What to Consider Before Your CT Bathroom Remodeling Project
By Blue Corona Dev Dec 28, 2015
Remodeling your bathroom can be a much needed project or an exciting way to expand your style. However, before you start your project, there are some factors to consider to ensure the project goes smoothly. This article will go over some of those factors to get you started with your next bathroom remodeling project.
Why Are You Remodeling?
A question to consider before you start remodeling is what is the purpose of remodeling your bathroom? Do you need the remodel for more functionality and fixing any damages or are you wanting a new and exciting look? Asking these questions will help you consider what the most important components are needed for your project. As you make a list of what you need or are wanting to do in your bathroom remodel, you’ll be able to create a budget. Also, understanding why you want to remodel will help you see where you are able to splurge a little more.
Create a Budget
Research how much bathroom remodels typically cost. Check out remodeling magazines and read some articles online to get a better idea on how you’ll create your budget. Now that you have made a list of the components you need, you’ll be able to research how much those particular items will cost you as well. Create a budget to decide how much you have in total to spend and how you’ll be able to split that up for the each different section. Make sure to create a realistic budget but don’t be afraid to try something new because most contractors are able to work with you and offer a wide range of options. Dream up your wish list, then revise that into a realistic list with estimated prices along with it.
Test It Out
Try testing out different factors of your bathroom remodel to see if you’ll actually like the results. For example, if you are wanting a new paint job for the bathroom but are not sure you’ll still love the color after a while, try testing it out. Get test samples of the color you are wanting for the bathroom and tape it to the wall to see if you like the color still after a few days. If the strip is not bug enough, try buying a little paint of the color you are wanting and painting a section of the wall. If you decide you do not like the color anymore, it will be easier and less expensive to repaint than if you were to paint the whole bathroom the unwanted color. Testing out different colors will help you take a little more risks for a more unique remodeling style.
Work With a Contractor
Now that you have an idea of what items you are looking for and the budget for your project, you’ll be able to converse with a contractor to turn your remodeling ideas into a reality. Your contractor will be able to work with you to see what steps are needed to complete the project. Your contractor will let you know how long the project will take and work with you further to see if you need any adjustments for your budget. Work closely together throughout the project to ensure everything goes smoothly and you get the bathroom you have always dreamed of.