Now that the holiday hustle and bustle is over, it's time to make some New Years resolutions. One of those resolutions might just be to renovate your bathrooms!
There are many reasons homeowners would want to think about bathroom remodeling - being able to age in place, installing water saving toilets and faucets, updating the design, or even just upgrading your bathroom experience. Let's take a closer look at the most common bathroom renovation projects.
Updating the design - Sometimes, you just need a new look! A different color scheme, new tiles, new flooring, etc. Other times you need to replace old and dingy tiles or fixtures because, let's face it, bathrooms are a harsh environment. Opt for materials that are durable and easy to clean so you can enjoy your new bathroom for years to come.
Aging in place - If you plan to retire in your home and/or if your loved ones have mobility issues, it's a good idea to think about updating your bathrooms in order to make certain functions a bit easier. Lever style faucet and shower controls eliminate the grasping and twisting needed for traditional knobs, and curbless or zero entry shower entrances help to prevent falls. Tub rails and built-in shower seating are also good safety-focused additions.
Saving water - Low flow toilets and water saving faucets and shower heads are good for the environment and good for your wallet!
Upgrading your bathroom experience - Most of us start and end each day in our bathroom, shouldn't it be a place that we enjoy and feel pampered in? Adding multiple shower jets or a rainfall showerhead makes taking a shower a daily retreat rather than a daily chore. Radient floor heating keeps you from dreading stepping out of the tub on a cold day. Towel warmers, steam showers, jetted tubs, and even full body air dryers are all available options for a more pleasant and enjoyable bathroom experience.
Want to update and upgrade your bathrooms in 2018? Beautiful Home Services can make your bathroom your new favorite room! Call us at 888-724-6810 to schedule a free estimate.