Some home improvement and remodeling projects like roof storm repair and replacements are straightforward and easy to understand. You find a reputable contractor, discuss materials, scheduling and budgets, and you’re good to go. Designing interior remodels can be a little more involved and, as such, more challenging, especially for homeowners who are tackling this type of project for the first time.
One example of this type of project is bathroom renovations. At first glance, it can seem like renovating your bathroom is simple. However, failures even in as early as the planning stage of the project can translate into serious problems in the long run. Here are a few things our experts at Ritco Group suggest you should prioritize in a bathroom renovation to ensure that it is successful.
Start With a Solid Layout
Changing or moving certain parts of your bathroom isn’t as easy. Fixtures like the shower, sink and toilet depend on your existing plumbing. You can’t move these items around without needing to change your plumbing, and this can push your remodeling budget past its limits. Your layout should take this into account unless you actually mean to redo the placement of the pipes in your new bathroom.
Work With an Experienced Remodeler
One of the biggest advantages of working with professionals is that they can give your planning a lot of flexibility. If there are elements in your dream bathroom that are impossible to implement or suddenly become unavailable, a good contractor can help you find alternatives without affecting the end results too much.
Plan for Plenty of Storage
You can’t build a good bathroom without incorporating storage solutions. Once you’ve decided on the materials for the floor, shower, walls and vanity, storage should be your next biggest priority.
There’s a lot that goes into bathroom remodels, and our team at Ritco Group can help you with them from start to finish. Give us a call at (931) 381-0175, or fill out our contact form to schedule a design consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Brentwood and Murfreesboro, including other neighboring areas.