At The Gallery of Stone, we are committed to helping you get the most satisfying results from your home remodeling project. From our years of experience, we know that there are specific things to consider in a bathroom remodeling project versus when renovating other rooms of the home, and we can use that experience to help guide you through the process. To help you start to solidify your ideas, here two big things to keep in mind for your bathroom remodeling efforts:
1. Plumbing- Do you plan to replace any of your bathroom’s water features, like the sinks, tubs, or showers? If you do, also take time to think about your drains and plumbing line. Most residential plumbing uses 1½-inch pipes for drain lines. There’s nothing wrong with this size but moving up to 2-inch pipe can save your drain from clogging as often. The cost difference is minimal, and the change will spare you the annoyance of having to deal with the clogs.
2. Storage- It’s easy to underestimate the amount of stuff that you need to fit in your bathroom. Even if you live alone, you have to find room for all your toiletries, bath linens, and grooming supplies, and this multiplies exponentially when you have to share your bathroom with other family members or housemates. A bathroom remodeling project is the perfect opportunity to revamp your bathroom storage so that you and your co-residents have a built-in place for all your stuff. The extra storage will make it easier to find what you need, as well as make it easier to declutter the space when you have guests over.
There are many decisions involved in a bathroom remodeling project, and at The Gallery of Stone, we understand that it can be an intimidating endeavor. Our expert team is happy to consult with you, answer your questions, and help you in any way that you need.