Can You Afford to Remodel Your Bathroom?

October 30, 2019

Any home remodeling project will cost money, but you don’t have to break the bank to give your bathroom an updated and new look. Here are some tips for planning a new bathroom build that you can afford.

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Tip #1: Less Can Be More

If you’re not sure exactly what you want to change about your bathroom but desire a new look, it’s often easy to accomplish this without committing to a complete overhaul. Decide on one or two fixtures that absolutely need to be replaced and then just update the rest of your bathroom. For example, if you decide that you need to replace your shower, replace it and then focus on ways to update/alter the appearance of the rest of your bathroom. Some things you can do are:

  • Add new decorative bathroom accessories
  • Add or change pictures hanging on the walls
  • Alter the color scheme of your bathroom
  • Repaint your current bathroom fixtures

Tip #2: Update the Hardware

If you can’t afford the newest toilet, bathtub, or other fixture, consider replacing the knobs, handles, and faucets. They may seem insignificant, but updating these little things can make a difference in the appearance of your new bathroom. The great thing about doing this is that you don’t necessarily have to spend a lot of money to get the desired look you want. You can paint over your original fixtures using leftover paint or re-purpose an item that you already have.

Tip #3: Buy Used

If you are looking to replace the fixtures in your bathroom, consider buying used ones. It may not sound appealing at first, but websites like eBay, Craigslist, and Etsy make it easy to find used fixtures and bathroom accessories that you will love. By doing it this way, you save money while also giving your bathroom the drastic change that you’re looking for. Look for local yard sales happening in your area and shop for items you can easily fix up.

Tip #4: Work With a Local Bathroom Remodeler

Since remodeling a bathroom can seem expensive and complicated, it’s best to work with a local bathroom remodeler who knows exactly what they’re doing. These professionals can tell you what’s worth replacing and what’s worth updating, how to get the most bang for your buck and make sure that your bathroom comes out just the way you want it to. Since they are experts in their industry, they will have an understanding of your plumbing needs, codes, regulations, and any other technicalities that an amateur remodeler might now know about.

Looking for a New Bathroom Builder in MD?

Bath Doctor is your best resource for designing and building your new bathroom in Maryland. Whether you’re looking to update your shower or completely transform your bathroom, we offer affordable, custom solutions. Give our professional bathroom remodelers a call today to get started!

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