Bathroom remodel one of the most common home improvement projects these days. Thanks to the abundance of new and unique materials in the market and the increasing number of contractors offering their services at a considerably lower price, more and more homeowners are now able to update the look of their bathroom in accordance to their unique taste and preference than it used to decades ago.
However, bathroom renovations and remodeling are not an easy, let alone a cheap project to undertake by any means. First, you will need to allocate a great deal of planning time to really know the goal you want to achieve after the completion of the project. Your goal will ultimately determine how much budget should you spend on the project as well as how long until it will be completed.
For many homeowners, bathroom remodel is a great way to improve the overall aesthetic appeal of their space, while for some it is a great way to uptick the value of their property before they list it for sale. If you want to completely overhaul the look of your bathroom, then you may need to allocate a significant budget for materials and labor since a full remodel will require you to change your bathroom’s layout, as well as the existing hardware, to suit your new preference and style.
However, this does not mean that you need to burn a hole in your pocket just to make your bathroom look and feel new again. In fact, there are some tips and tricks that many bathroom remodel contractors often advice to their clients who only have a definite budget to work with.
Aside from having a clear outline of what your bathroom should like after the project, as well as a helping hand from a reliable contractor, there are some things that you can do to spruce up your bathroom and at the same time save a few bucks as well. To give you a glimpse of the simple yet effective tricks to save on cost while remodeling your bathroom, here are the key takeaways of the infographic below from Luxury Commercial Bath:
- Have a plan before you start.
- Choose a reliable contractor.
- Keep plumbing where it is.
- Update your toilet seat and lid.
- Find alternatives to tile.
- Hunt for quality lighting.
- Spice up with paint.
To learn more about the ways you save money on your bathroom remodel project, check out the infographic below.