Everyone wants an instant and effective renovation process. Yet, before even contacting a renovation builder, there are things you need to consider.
Small setbacks are inevitable, but mulling over these 5 factors will definitely lessen mistakes.
Before doing a minor or major bathroom renovation, check for some problems. Be intuitive enough to know that these issues might affect or hinder your renovation problems. It may even cost you more if you can’t address it first.
So, before you hire a renovation expert, you may search on how to DIY check problems like structure or plumbing defects. You may not know it but certain pipes need relining.
If you want an expert, you could employ a bathroom technician to perform a quick inspection.
When enlisting your preferences of a new bathroom design, put these two on the top. A bathroom never functions properly without adequate lighting and ventilation.
Remember, you don’t have to buy a fancy lighting fixture or pricey exhaust fan. The design just needs to be creative and functional enough to distribute proper lighting and ventilation.
Do you do your make-up on the bathroom? You need lighting that accommodates your vanity space, if that’s the case. Write that down so that the builder will know how to position the lighting.
As with ventilation, it’s even more crucial. Do you live in a humid area? Make sure to note about the proper positioning of the window or fan to prevent mould from accumulating.
Space also comes next to lighting and ventilation as priorities. Considering your home’s available space is also crucial because it affects the design and overall budget as well.
Before even hiring a renovator, ask yourself:
If you’re not sure how to know, you can enlist these questions and discuss them with a renovator during the consultation stage.
You don’t want to overspend or splurge either. After all, it’s your bathroom. When setting a budget, be realistic above else.
Preferences are important, but keep grounded and set an allowance for the extra cost that might arise during the renovation process. On the flip side, a realistic financial plan keeps you from spending on the unnecessary areas.
Finally, consider your primary needs and taste in aesthetics.
Enlist your needs.
What’s your style?
After enlisting those, research or evaluate if they complement the realistic budget plan you’ve set.
This will save time in brainstorming during consultation time with the renovator. If the situation permits, you proceed ahead to choosing materials if they match your budget plan.