Top Rooms to Remodel

Updating Your Bathroom

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Is your bathroom is ready for an update? It’s a great investment for your home and there are plenty of options for changing up one of the most utilized areas of your home.

It is especially significant if you are thinking of selling your home that you modernize your bathroom and kitchen areas, as these are the first rooms that many buyers will check out. However, depending on how many bathrooms your home has, there is a pecking order of importance.

If you have a basement with a bathroom that is quite a ways removed from the main floor, it can be on the lower end of the priority scale. On the other hand, the bathroom closest to the kitchen is the one that most of your guests will see, so this one needs the highest level of attention.

If you have a master bathroom, you also need to make sure that it is up-to-date with fixtures and hardware. Here is a list of seven renovations that you should consider for your updating bathroom:

1) Faucets and light fixtures current in style and metal.

2) Vanity hardware matching in metal color.

3) Shower doors also matching in metal color.

Updating your bathroom for resale

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4) No wallpaper and paint color current.

5) Tub faucets matching in metal color.

6) Large flat builder mirrors replaced with framed mirrors.

7) And depending on price of the home, granite or quartz vanity tops and tiled flooring.

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Basic Bathroom Renovation

Finding that perfect combo of style and functionality is critical. The newest trends seem to regularly change, so do some research to see what’s hot before starting your restoration.

A fresh coat of paint will brighten up any room, and the bathroom is no different.  The flooring is a definite concern if it hasn’t been updated for a while.

Ceramic tile is always a good bet, as you can create patterns and use borders with accent designs and best of all, it is moisture resistant. Buying a new vanity which matches the decor is also a good plan of attack, and both are part of this next video:

Cost to Revamp the Bathroom

You can update your bathroom fairly inexpensively if you do it yourself. It requires a lot of research and studying to acquire the skills necessary as well as quite a bit of time commitment to finish the project.

If you have a contractor do the work, the average national cost is close to $10,000. However, it can be as little as $3,500 to $7,000 depending on your budget, size of the room, and location of your property.

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Bathroom Renovation

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Homeowners have many options when they remodel a bathroom and the total cost depends on style and budget. Bathroom remodels provide some of the highest resale returns as a home improvement project. However, it is not by any means cheap, and it can take a long time to complete. Therefore it is essential to gather and plan your bathroom remodeling ideas ahead of time for the room and then find the right remodeling contractor for the job. Asking questions, setting realistic expectations, cost estimates and budgeting from the start can mean the difference between finding a contractor you trust and enjoy working with versus a long and trying few weeks.

Some painters have the background to do remodeling, such as drywall repair or installing flooring, so contact your favorite painting contractor in Denver to get their input. If they aren’t able to do the work, they can more than likely guide you to a trusted home remodel contractor that will assist.