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4 Ways To Save Money On Your Bathroom Remodel

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Remodeling your bathroom makes a lot of sense when deciding on an area of your home to focus renovations. After all, your bathroom gets a lot of daily use, and a brighter, larger bathroom makes your home more appealing and functional. Bathroom remodels can also be quite dramatic without necessarily breaking the bank. Here are four great ways to save money on your bathroom remodel:

Restore Your Bathtub Instead of Replacing It

Replacing a bathtub is often expensive as well as one of the more unwieldy construction projects a family can take on, since the original bathtub will need to be removed (usually involving demolition) and in some cases the plumbing will need to be replaced as well. A simpler and more affordable option is to have your bathtub professionally refinished. This removes unsightly stains, repairs cracks, restores your bathtub's original brightness, and usually includes a glazed finish for an extra touch of visual appeal.

Your tub will look brand new, all while staying on budget and  without turning your bathroom into a major construction zone.

Work with Your Existing Plumbing

One reason bathroom remodels can quickly become super expensive is that they sometimes involve moving or replacing existing plumbing, which is a massive undertaking. Instead of rearranging your shower, tub, sink, and toilet, aim to remodel your bathroom with all of these remaining in their current spot. Most bathrooms can be transformed and beautified without the need to drastically overhaul the plumbing.

Don't Underestimate the Power of Details

Paying special attention to the small details in your bathroom is an affordable way to make a big impact and vastly improve the look and feel of the room. A fresh, bright new coat of paint, soft LED lighting, fluffy white towels, and cool new bathroom fixtures will make your bathroom feel like a fancy spa without costing an arm and a leg or requiring the help of a contractor.

Add Plenty of Light

Making your bathroom feel lighter and brighter will help it feel bigger, without the need for a costly expansion. Remove heavy window coverings and opt for something light and breezy to let in as much natural light as possible. Add brighter overhead lighting and a large wall mirror to give the illusion of a larger space.

By following these tips, you will end up with a gorgeous, functional bathroom and save a lot of money at the same time. Contact a contractor, like Stanley Avenue Tub Co, for more help.


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