While being stuck inside, you might have thought of a ton of home improvement projects you could do! Repainting your kitchen cabinets, rearranging your living room, cleaning out the gutters, maybe even a bathroom remodel? Renovating a bathroom can be an exciting task but with everything going on in the world currently, it might be hard to get a jumpstart on it. However, there are some things you can check off your list before you bring the professionals in!
Know Your Budget
Getting a budget together is step number one when it comes to bathroom renovations! Knowing how much you’re able to spend on the renovation will help you decide what to include in the remodel and will give you an idea on what extras you can include.
This might be the more difficult part of planning your bathroom remodel with all of the social distancing going on since you can’t start the project immediately. But, you can estimate how much time it will take to remodel your bathroom once you’re able to get started with your contractor.
Before you start getting the design pieces for your dream bathroom remodel, you’ll need to take some measurements. The last thing you want to do is get everything together that you want to purchase to then find out it doesn’t fit.
Once you have the measurements, comes the fun part, design! From tile, paint color, countertops, faucets, etc. piecing together all of the elements can be so much fun. While thinking of the overall design, it’s also important to take into consideration the functionality of the space.
Choosing a Contractor
While some parts bathroom remodels could be DIY projects, it’s best to hire a contractor to help with the difficult parts of the job like plumbing, tiling, electrical, and installing new countertops.
If you’re dreaming up your perfect bathroom remodel, check out the products we have at Cutstone Company! We are offering virtual showroom and slab viewing visits for those that are not able to make a physical visit to our showroom! If you’re interested, give our office a call to schedule a virtual appointment (205) 635-7698