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Bathroom Renovations

by admin on 02/04/18

Written by: Shelley Murphy 
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Several unwanted challenges arise when old-style bathrooms are upgraded from the old pipes that lead to the shower cabin, bathroom or sink to the water-damaged floor. You never know what you'll find once you start dissecting the bathroom. When you lift that old ceramic or vinyl floor, do not be surprised at what might be hidden beneath the surface. I recently completed a home renovation tour with a local home contracting company, because I would soon address the renovations of my own bathroom and wanted to make sure nothing was left to chance, since I would do most of the work myself.

 

By focusing on the bathroom renovation project, I realized what I saw and quickly realized, if initially the work is not done correctly, it will really spend more money on the repair process. As the ceramic tiles were not properly placed, the water suffered severe damage over time and needed a desperate replenishment, the mortar did not spread evenly over the floorboards, which resulted in rotten plywood and finally had to start from scratch . If you are not a professional and need advice on proper installation techniques, local hardware stores often have weekend classes in a number of different home renovation projects. From the installation of new shower cabins, bathroom panels or shower cabins, everything you need to know for your bathroom renovation project. Investing some hours of your time to do it right the first time will pay off in the long term or if you are looking to hire an expert, before doing so, thoroughly research the hiring projects in the past and obtain references from various sources.

 

Hire a bathroom contractor to do your renovations

 

If you have friends or relatives who have done some work with a contractor at home, go out and have a look at the workforce. I had the opportunity to visit an older house that was completely renovated, where the contractor took over the large company to start and install new bathroom furniture, a new bathroom and new ceramic floors.

The quaint bathroom looked like it belonged to the cover of Better Homes and Gardens, the well-finished bathroom includes a beautiful corner bathroom for space conservation, a traditional fixed rain shower head, bathroom storage cabinets mounted on the Wall, new bathroom vanity and color ground ceramic tile floor. When the bathroom was completed, it was a professional design that provided a quiet space that included subtle variations of wall colors, carpentry and bathroom cabinets, all of which visually enhanced the look of the bathroom and gave the appearance of space. It is highly recommended if you have the opportunity to see first-hand the previous work of a home renovation company, as I did in the case of Rombus.ca Contracting, this will help in the selection process based on the prices and quality of the job.

 

Sign a contract with your bathroom design firm

 

Before closing the session with your contractor, scrutinize your work under a magnifying glass, look for the smallest cracks and crevices in the ceramic tiles, examine the grouting, the caulking around the bathtub, the showers, the sinks and any cabinet along with the imperfections of the walls. Remember that once the contractor disappears from the workplace, it can be difficult to take them back home to make repairs. It is also vital to draft a binding contract between the owner and the company you are considering to hire for your bathroom renovation project and do not sign any dotted lines until you are completely satisfied with their work ethic and policies. You want to make sure that the company you hire returns to the workplace to make the necessary repairs in case something goes wrong with the bathroom installation, from the pipeline to the floor, since protecting the consumer will protect your investment.

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