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Things That Could Interfere with Your Bathroom Remodel

Once you’ve decided that it’s time to remodel your bathroom, there probably isn’t a whole lot that can stop you from doing what you want. Most homeowners love to focus on details like furnishings and other accessories, but they forget one important thing. Failing to plan ahead for potential problems could stall the entire process or potentially even put you in mid-construction for an undetermined amount of time.

Bathroom Remodeling Project

Having a deep understanding of these potential pitfalls is key to getting something done on budget and on time. Below we’ve collected a few of the most common obstacles homeowners face when remodeling their bathrooms and tips on how to avoid them.

Be reasonable with your deadline. Nothing is worse for construction than a rushed planning process. Most homeowners want to get construction done as quickly as possible so they can enjoy their new bathroom, but setting an unrealistic deadline is the number one cause of a ballooning budget. By taking the time to plan exactly what will work for your remodel, you can ensure that you’ll run into fewer problems.

Buy quality materials. Mounting a bathroom remodel yourself can help you cut costs, but you should know how to spend money where it counts. For instance, if you have the choice to buy tiles or furnishings that come with a lifetime guarantee and some form of inspection approval that should factor into your decision. Don’t go for the cheapest product. If you do, you run the risk of putting a crack into your brand-new remodel shortly after installation, which runs up costs anyway.

Don’t be afraid to spend money on skilled labor, either. If you feel uncomfortable using an electric jigsaw, that’s fine. It’s probably best to hire someone with experience using the tools and techniques necessary to do quality work. Although do-it-yourself work often comes with a kind of crooked charm, it can easily lower the value that the remodel could potentially add to your home.

Skilled Labour

Think about the electricity. Some homeowners don’t realize until construction is complete that they forgot to run electrical wiring to an essential area of the bathroom. You may not think that you’ll need many electrical outlets until you start looking for a place to plug in your hair dryer or the charger for your electric toothbrush. This step of the planning process is especially important if you’re renovating a bathroom with no windows and need a way to have convenient plug-in lighting in different parts of the bathroom. Of course, during a renovation, you could always create a window if necessary.

Be real about the cost. Too many homeowners mount a remodel without considering how much it will cost them in the long run. If you can’t afford it, you run the risk of ending up in bathroom construction purgatory until you can muster up the funds to finish. If you plan ahead and know the costs and the potential pitfalls that will end up costing more money down the line, you’ll set yourself up for success.

Sources -
1 - http://www.consumerreports.org/cro/2012/03/bathroom-remodeling-guide-dos-and-don-ts/index.htm
2 - http://www.kiplinger.com/article/real-estate/T029-C000-S015-design-tips-for-remodeling-your-bathroom.html?rss_source=rss