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Signs It’s Time For A Denver Bathroom Remodel

September 13, 2017

Are you trying to decide if it’s time for a Denver bathroom remodel? Some homeowners simply decide to remodel when they’re ready for a change while others wait until it’s absolutely necessary. How do you know when it’s time? Look for these signs:

Ready to Sell

Homeowners who are thinking about putting their home up for sale should definitely consider remodeling. Potential buyers often pay close attention to the bathrooms, so if something looks outdated or damaged, this could make it much more difficult to sell your home. On the other hand, remodeling your bathroom can increase the value of your home if you choose high-end materials such as granite or marble.


If you start to notice green or black patches in the shower or any other area within the bathroom, this could be a sign of mold. If the mold is a serious issue, you will need to take action to remove it from your walls anyways, so this would be a good time to remodel.

Running Out of Space

Some people can get by with very little storage space in the bathroom, while others need much more. If you are struggling to find a spot for your towels and toiletries, it may be time to consider a remodel. Work with a team of professionals that can design a new layout for your bathroom that includes more storage space. You may be able to add storage space—for example, with recessed shelving—without having to increase the size of the bathroom. Learn how to create recessed shelving in a wall.

Visible Damage

Take a long, hard look at your bathroom. Is the paint peeling off of the walls? Are there chips in the countertops or shower tiles? Are tiles loose on the floor? If there are visible signs of damage in your bathroom, it’s a good time to remodel.

Changing Needs

The bathroom that was once perfect for you may no longer fit your needs as your lifestyle changes. For example, it’s possible that you will have kids and will want to remodel the bathroom to make it more kid-friendly. If an elderly parent moves in, you may want to add a walk-in tub or widen the door to make the bathroom wheelchair accessible. As your needs change, so should your bathroom.

Leaky Fixtures

The plumbing in your bathroom may start to leak as it gets older and begins to deteriorate. If the faucet, toilet, or showerhead in your bathroom starts to leak, this could be a sign of a minor issue, but it could also indicate that the plumbing needs to be replaced. When plumbing starts to go bad, it’s a good time to remodel the bathroom so you can install new pipes and update the rest of the room all at once.

Ready to remodel your bathroom? If so, it’s time to contact the remodeling professionals. At S.F. Inc., we value each and every one of our relationships with our clients. To get started on your remodel or to learn more about our services, contact us by calling 303-210-5991 or emailing