Bathroom Remodel Questions
When is it time to remodel a bathroom?
One major thing to consider is if there is already any wear and tear or issues in the bathroom in question. Leaks, chipped fixtures or poor ventilation may be the start of your desire to remodel your bathroom space.
You may also feel like the materials used are aging or do not reflect your home’s style anymore. Needless to say, there are many reasons to consider a remodel for your San Antonio bathroom!
How do I pick bathroom flooring?
Bathroom flooring is highly likely to spend some time in contact with water. This means it’s important to consider what material you are going to lay down and if it will be a slip risk.
Some materials like ceramic tile or bamboo have specific non-slip qualities to them. You should also consider which materials will be easiest to clean to prevent mold growth in the moist area of your home.
Does bathroom remodeling increase resale value?
If you are interested in recouping some of the costs of your remodel by raising your asking price when you sell your home, bathrooms are a great place to potentially add some home value.
Focus on the plumbing fixtures, painted walls, energy-efficient appliances and modern vanities to get the most potential bang for your buck.
How do you make your bathroom more relaxing?
There is psychology behind certain colors making people feel more calm. Muted tones like lavender, tan, light blue or mint are common paint colors that can make your brain feel less stressed. Investing in upgraded shower heads or fixtures that can serve multiple purposes may also give you a better place to relax.
Finally, make sure your storage or shelves allow your room to be clean and neat so you aren’t stressed about a mess every time you’re trying to relax!
When should bathroom cabinets be replaced?
The number one sign you need better cabinets is if your belongings are overcrowded or don’t fit in the storage you have in your bathroom currently. Newer cabinets may give you more storage space or have built-in organization components.
If your cabinets are broken, peeling or damaged in any way, it might also be a good time to invest in new, solid cabinets.
Kitchen Remodel Questions
How long does it take to remodel your kitchen?
Depending on the scope of your remodel, it could take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months to complete the entire thing. This largely depends on how much of your kitchen you are changing and to what degree, as well as supply availability and booking availability.
What’s the first step in a kitchen remodel?
Oftentimes the first step to your remodel will be tearing out the parts you are completely replacing such as cabinets, flooring and fixtures. Once demolition is complete, you can start installing and rearranging the kitchen.
Should I reface or replace my cabinets?
The main reason to reface cabinets instead of replacing is due to budget constraints. Refacing can save you a lot of money or keep your cabinets where they are if you are particularly fond of your existing cabinets.
Otherwise, if your budget can handle it, replacing your cabinets will ensure you have a solid kitchen for a longer period of time.
Can I stay at home during a complete kitchen remodel?
It is completely possible to live in your home while your kitchen is being remodeled. However, due to the size of a complete remodel, your kitchen will be completely non-functional. This means you will likely have to relocate all of your belongings to another space – including your fridge or other appliances you need to use throughout the couple of months your kitchen is being worked on.
If you can’t reasonably do this, you can always consider staying with a friend, family or in a hotel for the more intense portions of the remodel.
What is the best kitchen layout?
While many parts of your kitchen should be set up completely by your preference, the triangle workspace is an important thing to consider for an accessible kitchen.
The triangle layout simply places your sink, fridge and stove on each point of a triangle. This will allow you to access these highly used sections of your kitchen easily and maximize how well your kitchen flows when in use.
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