Many homeowners think they don’t have a big enough budget to remodel their bathroom, but that may not be the case. You don’t have to have an astronomical budget in order to get the job done—especially if you know how to avoid certain mistakes that could end up costing you money. Save money on bathroom remodeling in Denver by avoiding these common mistakes:
Choosing the Wrong Flooring
At some point in the remodeling process, you will need to decide what type of flooring you want to install in your bathroom. Don’t base this decision off of looks alone. The flooring material that you choose must be water resistant, otherwise you will end up having to replace it rather quickly, which means you will have to invest even more money into the bathroom. Which flooring material should you choose? Many homeowners go with porcelain or ceramic tile in the bathroom since these are known for their water resistance. See the top 7 bathroom flooring options
Starting With Your Bathroom
Are you remodeling all of the bathrooms in your home? If so, start with the kids’ or guest room bathroom instead of doing yours first. You will learn a lot during your first remodeling project and you may even wish that you did a few things differently. If you start with another bathroom in your home, you can learn from this experience so you know exactly what to do when it’s time to remodel your master bathroom.
Plan Ahead of Time
Meet with your remodelers prior to beginning and plan exactly what you want to do with your bathroom. Make sure that whatever you plan for is within your budget—then stick to it. If you don’t plan ahead, you could end up losing track of how much you’re spending or making rushed decisions that you’re not completely happy with.
Keep the Plumbing As Is
Many people decide to move their toilet or sink to the other side of the bathroom, which involves reworking the pipes. Keep the existing pipes in your bathroom right where they are unless it’s absolutely necessary to relocate them. Moving the plumbing can eat up a lot of your budget, which is why it’s best to avoid this if you don’t have to do it.
Always Choosing the Most Expensive Option
Some people think that the most expensive option is always the best option, but that’s not always true. For example, designer paints will cost more per gallon than non-designer paints. But, will you be able to tell the difference once the walls have been painted? Probably not—so don’t make the mistake of paying more for designer paint just because of the brand.
Now that you know the most common mistakes you need to avoid, are you 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
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