From Brittany on September 1st, 2011 in Bathroom Remodel
I want to talk about small bathrooms.
Many of you have expressed an interest—and even a concern—in getting that small bathroom renovated in time for fall company.
You’re in luck.
Out of all the renovations you can make in your home, a bathroom remodel is one of the most financially beneficial investments you can make.
Not to mention that it improves the functionality of your home—and keeps guests spaced out and happy come Thanksgiving.
And the best news for you right now? This is a job that can be done efficiently and smoothly. This month.
How to get started?
First things first: check pricing in your area.
You can do this quickly by clicking here.
Many homeowners are surprised at the affordability of contractor rates in the fall.
Secondly, know what you’re getting into.
Small bathrooms can be challenging in their limited space design, but they’re incredibly fun to remodel, too. Small installments go a long way here.
What are you hoping and dreaming for?
Let’s talk about why you even want to go ahead with that bathroom renovation that’s been on your mind.
The average return on bathroom remodeling is as high as 80 to 90 percent. That’s incredible!
Not to mention that contractors are bidding competitively for such a job in this current economic climate, which means that you’ll get a great job for a great deal.
You can even enter the project into the bid section, and receive back a comprehensive range of bathroom remodel estimates.
The devil’s in the details
Aside from the larger changes that require a contractor, don’t forget that it’s all in the details.
Also consider your fixtures. Do you want to change the knobs and drawer pulls to match your new tub or shower?
Consider all the details and come at your project with a plan in mind.
Look now at your bathroom budget and what you’re wanting out of your remodel. And don’t forget that the return in this investment is gloriously outrageous. And that you’ll be so much more sane when the holidays hit and everyone has their own spa-like space.
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