As fun and exciting as your bathroom renovation may be, it can also be stressful with all the planning and details to consider. To avoid getting overwhelmed, you should make a comprehensive to-do list to keep track of what should be done in your bathroom remodeling project. This will also help you break down each part of the renovation into tasks that can be completed efficiently.
What’s the first thing you should do in making a remodeling list?
Planning a bathroom remodel involves envisioning how you want it to look and feel once it’s completed. You can draw inspiration from the internet and social media, which are full of bathroom remodeling and design ideas. You can also search for specific materials and features as well, and they can range from lighting fixtures, cabinets and vanity mirrors to shower walls, tiles, toilets and bathtubs. As for the smaller details such as faucet fixtures and cabinet handles, you can think about them later when you discuss your bathroom remodel with your hired bathroom contractor.
Organize Your Thoughts
When organizing your thoughts about the remodeling project, make sure to gather and save them in one central location that can be easily accessed. If you also checked previously completed bathroom remodeling projects from different remodelers online, you can save their pictures on your phone, tablet, laptop, computer or any similar device. They’ll serve as good references later on when discussing further details with your contractor.
Choose What to Change and Add
As you make your list, you’ll also be determining the scope of your bathroom remodel. You’ll need to discuss with your remodeler different matters such as your budget and how much you want to transform your bathroom. This will give you a clearer idea of how much you’ll need to spend for the labor and materials involved as well as how long it can take to complete.
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