Frequently Asked Questions Bathroom Renovations.
What do I need to do to prepare for my bathroom renovation?
Firstly decide the type of look and feel and the style you want for your bathroom renovation. If you want some examples, look at some magazines or websites, to get some design ideas.
Contact us to help you with the exact steps you need to take.
What is the workflow for a bathroom renovation?
- Create a design
- Countertop installation
- Select materials
- Floor tile installation
- Order materials
- Electric wiring
- Light fixtures installation
- Deliver materials
- Wall preparation
- Accessories installation
- Wall tile installation
- Plumbing fixture installation
- Touch up and cleaning
What features should I plan to invest the most in for my new bathroom?
Relying on your style and taste, the floor and wall tiles can be the most expensive. Other expenses are the fixtures and shower system.
What type of tile should I use for my bathroom floor and shower?
Your choice depends on personal preference. There are various materials and styles that will suit your needs. Selecting the best one requires you to identify what’s most important.
How much foot traffic will the bathroom receive? Does the room receive a lot of light?
How can I cut costs when doing bathroom renovating?
Talking to our expert renovations team will help you assess what is practically reachable based on your budget. You can also cut your cost to minimising structural such as changing the entry door position or the size of the windows.
Reducing plumbing excavation will also cut costs. Choice of products also plays a big role, for instance, underfloor heating and heated towel rails are generally considered luxury items but an investment worth making for some.
Another point to remember is to never cut corners. This will only lead to future problems, including leaking showers, waterproof seals breaking, tiling giving way, ext.
How much lighting will I need?
Lighting is very important. A single ceiling fixture is not enough. You’ll want enough lighting that allows you to shave, apply makeup, and shower. Consider vanity lighting and a secondary source for your shower area.