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This Is Basically How Professional Remodeling Contractors Create Stunning New Bathrooms For Their Clients
It’s always nice to know exactly what’s going to be happening during your home improvement project. It can help lessen the stress that comes from the unknown!
In this post, you can find a basic outline of how to remodel a bathroom. You can also discover what can change the process.
Your contractor can help you create a beautiful design for your new bathroom! It’ll be one you can see yourself getting ready for the day in and unwinding in at night.
Your contractor will need to prepare the space for demolition and remodeling. This can include setting up dust barriers, moving in materials, and more.
Your contractor will need to take apart your current bathroom so they can remodel it. This can include removing the vanities, tearing the flooring out, removing fixtures, and more.
This involves electrical work and plumbing. It can involve updating them (for older bathrooms) or moving them around if you want lights or fixtures in different places.
Your contractor should want you to feel comfortable and safe knowing the work they’re doing is up to code! That’s one of the reasons contractors have an inspector come to check their work.
Redoing the walls can make your bathroom more comfortable. It’s great for temperature control and noise reduction. This can make your bathroom experience more comfortable.
Now we’re getting into the fun design part of how to remodel a bathroom. Your contractor’s going to tile the shower area and wherever else you want tiles.
Your bathroom is coming together more and more.
Now your contractor will finish up the plumbing and electrical work.
Your contractor will hook up the fixtures and lights. They’ll also attach the countertops to the vanities.
These are small details your contractor will take care of to make sure your bathroom looks and operates wonderfully.
Now your contractor (or a sub or another contractor) will come in to paint your walls.
Your contractor should want to make sure everything is correct for inspectors and for you!
Sometimes installing the shower doors is the last step because it can take the longest to arrive.