Before beginning a bathroom renovation, you will need to do some research. However, the vast amount of information available on the internet can quickly become overwhelming. To help you in your search, here are the top 10 bathroom renovation blogs. Each blog provides unique information on how to start your project, what to expect during the renovation, or how to manage your budget. Read more
Many homeowners are hesitant to begin bathroom remodels because they think it means spending thousands of dollars. This is not always the case. There are numerous small scale remodels that can improve the aesthetic of your bathroom without requiring a gargantuan budget.
Bathroom vanities are necessary for their storage, but they can also be a design statement. One way to make a big statement without spending exorbitant amounts of money is to convert an old dresser into a vanity.
Bathroom remodels are one of the best projects to ensure a good return on you investment. However, bathroom remodels are rarely as simple as they appear on the surface. Ripping out an old tub or shower often involves new tiling and new fixtures. It can also involve reworking the existing plumbing if your new shower design is a different size or shape than your previous one.
A professional shower replacement costs between $1100 and $5100, with the average being around $3100. Below is a breakdown of cost depending on how extensive your remodel is.
Some bathroom remodels are more extensive than others. In this case study, we are reviewing a complete bathroom gut job that affected an adjacent bedroom located in Tacoma Park. MD. This bathroom had a cracked and damaged floor as well as a crack in the wall. To complete this renovation, the contractor had to take this bathroom down to the studs.
What ultimately drove the homeowners to do this remodel was aesthetics. In addition to wanting to repair the damage, they also wanted something different and stylish; they wanted to put their personal design mark on their bathroom. Read more
Bathroom remodels often give you an excellent return on your investment. In this case study, we are documenting a master bathroom remodel in Kensington, MD. This homeowner no longer used the tub in their master bath as it was not a shower/tub combination. They opted to rip out both the separate tub and shower and convert their old tub into a full walk-in shower with a bench. This would allow for the best usage of their master bathroom.
Overview: Bathroom Remodeling Silver Spring, MD
Mold is a common bathroom nemesis, and no homeowner likes to find it. Fortunately, it is a fixable problem that any seasoned construction crew can handle. As with many renovation projects, homeowners should expect the unexpected and include some contingency money in their overall budget. This way, any problems that do arise during the demolition phase of the remodel won’t derail your project due to budgetary constraints. This case study will examine a bathroom remodeling in Silver Spring, MD that encountered an unwelcome, moldy surprise.
Overview: Bathroom Remodel Tysons Corner, VA
Some homeowners are intimidated by large renovations, much more so by taking on more than one renovation at a time. However, there are benefits to taking on multiple renovation projects at the same time. By doing all of the work at once, you can expedite the renovation process. You can also ensure you are getting the same quality of work on both projects by using the same construction team and materials. This case study will review two bathroom remodels done simultaneously in Tyson’s Corner: one master bathroom and one hallway bathroom.
You’ve decided to take on a bathroom remodel, you have your finances in order…now what? There is a certain amount of legwork that is required before undertaking a major renovation like a bathroom remodel. You will want to hire an experienced bathroom remodeler to do the job, but how do you know you are getting the best contractor?
Bathrooms and kitchens are what sell homes. Remodeling an outdated bathroom is almost a guaranteed way to improve the value of your house. A few ideas that can ramp up the wow factor of your bathroom design include installing glass tiles in your bathtub or shower, replacing a dated vanity with a modern upgrade, or reconfiguring the layout of your bathroom to improve functionality.
Simple changes to improve aesthetics include a fresh coat of paint, adding pops of color by painting the inside of vanity drawers or adding fun décor pieces, and replacing dated fixtures. However, if your heart’s desire is for a complete bathroom remodel you will need to hire a contractor to do the job right.