Taking Advantage Of A Bathroom Renovation: Bathroom Upgrades You Can Implement During Renovations

If you are planning on having a bathroom fully renovated, there might be a few other upgrades in your home that could fit seamlessly into this project. If you will have professionals in your home working on renovations, you might as well take advantage of this.

Adding other work to an existing project is an efficient idea as long as you have this planned out in advance. Here are four home improvement projects that you might want to tack on to a bathroom renovation project already undertaken:

1. Flooring

If you will be updating the tiling and flooring in your bathroom, this might be a great time to have other flooring in your home redone, such as an entryway or kitchen. This can lead to a uniform look throughout your home. If you have fallen in love with the flooring you have chosen for the bathroom, you can extend this to other areas of your home.

2. Other Plumbing Issues

If you live in an apartment or condo, having work done on plumbing involves turning off the water, sometimes to the entire building. If you are already inconveniencing your neighbors, you might as well have other problem areas checked out.

If you have a leaky faucet elsewhere in your home, it is worth the effort to have your plumber check this out at the same time. An issue that just didn't seem to warrant a building-wide water shut off can finally be dealt with.

3. Update all Bathrooms at the Same Time

If you have more than one bathroom in your home, consider updating these at the same time. If you have taken the time to source all materials for your bathroom upgrade, you might as well update others at the same time. Especially if all bathrooms are in need of an update, this will make your home look newer overall.

4. Cabinetry

If you are installing overhead cabinets or a new sink cabinet, consider other cabinets in your home such as those in the laundry room or kitchen. If you have found a style of cabinets that you like, it might be worth it to have other upgrades done at the same time. Work with your carpenter or contractor to see what can be accommodated for a larger cabinet project.

If you can  incorporate even one other small project in your home during a bathroom renovation, this will save you time and money in the long run. Be sure to run any additional projects by your contractor to see what might be feasible, but this might be easier than you think. To learn more, contact a company like Apple Creek Homes & Renovations.


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