How does your bathroom shape up?

Thinking about a new bathroom? Well much like the kitchen, a good bathroom will increase your homes value and saleability. Its often the only space where we have time to ourselves, so why not make it as comfortable as possible? Whether you are renovating an existing bathroom or starting from scratch, there are many factors to consider. This article will arm you with the important knowledge that’s required before undertaking such a project.

First of all, placement of fixtures is everything when it comes to bathroom renovations.  Whilst not moving the plumbing may save money, sometimes the benefits out way the cost. But remember to do your research before jumping into anything. Reading this article is the first step, so you’re doing well so far! The next step is to consult a skilled professional to discuss ideas and plan the project. Mistakes will drain your wallet and can often be avoided if you do your homework.

The end goal for each renovation is to have a well designed bathroom with plenty of natural light. Consider dimensions of existing doors and windows as this will effect the positioning, size and shape of the fixtures. When it comes to tap ware, spend some time looking around and decide what is right for you. If you get stuck, try visiting a showroom at Reece or Tradelink or ask your Plumbing contractor for assistance. Rememeber you get what you pay for. Going cheap on tap ware may save you money in the short term, but if you’re going to put in all that effort for a bathroom renovation, you might as well do it properly.

Handy Hint: A large mirror can make your bathroom appear bigger

If space is an issue, you may want to consider a bath-less room and incorporate decorative storage options. Or if you want to quickly spruce up your bathroom for sale without breaking the bank, try updating the tap ware, toilet and basin.

As you can tell, the possibilities are endless. All renovations can appear daunting at first, however going through the correct avenues will take the stress off. The most important thing is to enjoy the process, find some inspiration and get creative. At Hall Plumbing we’ve enjoy working closely with our clients to ensure they are 100% satisfied with the end product. With over 25 years experience, its safe to say we know renovations.

So how does your bathroom shape up?

For expert advice and a free quote contact Hall Plumbing

Phone – 8342 5600


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