Bathroom Remodeling in Fort Worth, Texas
Create a new look and feel in your master bathroom or any bathroom in the house with these great bathroom remodeling ideas. With a professional design team on staff we can take your bathroom remodeling ideas and turn them into a reality! Call us today or request an appointment and a team member will contact you shortly. Our bathroom remodeling service areas include the Dallas, Fort Worth metroplex including Arlington, North Richland Hills, Saginaw, Southlake, Mansfield, Irving and the surrounding areas.
Did you know?
A bathroom is one of the most remodeled rooms in the house, the average size is only 8 feet by 5 feet, add in a toilet, vanity, shower and a counter top and this doesn’t leave much room to work with. This does not have to be the case when you remodel your bathroom with our design team and maximize all the available space!
What costs are involved?
With any construction or bathroom remodeling fort worth project you will always have the cost of the materials and the cost of the labor to complete your project, those costs will vary depending on what you wish to have done. Request an appointment today to discuss your options and receive a quote.
Reasonable expectations with your remodel
Bathrooms are considered high traffic areas and because of this, planning is important. As you are remodeling, you will likely have to use another bathroom in the home, patience is key to a successful job.
Creating a budget and sticking to it
Budgets can be extremely handy when dealing with a bathroom remodeling project; make sure you create a list of everything that you want to have done and set a budget appropriately, this will insure that you can get the more important jobs done first – toilet or shower replacement may be more urgent than a brand new floor.
If the cost of the this remodel seems too high, don’t stress with doing it all at once, you can pick bits and pieces to complete thus lowering your stress level and the inconveniences that will come with your project. Keep in mind that 65% of all dollars spent on a bathroom remodel can be effectively recovered in your home’s value.
Where should we start with our remodel? Priority is important!
First you need to determine what sort of amenities that you want in your new bathroom, his and her sinks, a shower, a toilet. All of this is important, however, if you’re working with a small budget, you should consider remodeling what is breaking down first; if nothing is breaking down then consider what is most important to you to get done.
Common bathroom remodeling mistakes
Mistakes can happen, but you have the ability to reduce those by following these tips.
- Not Budgeting Enough
- Remember when doing your account for materials and labor, make sure to leave enough room in your budget to account for things such as mold or water damage issues, or if you have an older home you may consider moving from galvanized steel to something more durable such as PVC or copper.
- Don’t be trendy
- We understand you may like those green toilets, but keep in mind that when you do sell your home, your next buyer may not. Keep the look and feel of your design contemporary, use neutral colors and simple tiles.
- Don’t cheap out
- Use your best judgement, saving money is never an issue however you don’t want to find that you made a purchase on something that won’t last you a long time, keep in mind that you may eventually wish to sell your home, your remodel should last during the time you’re living in it, and onto the next family.
- Don’t ignore clearance distances
- Make sure that you take accurate measurements and determine where you want things to go, you do not want to end up having a toilet sitting an inch from a shower and being extremely cramped, likewise you don’t want to put a toilet near a door and find that the door cannot open due to the toilet. Our design team can take care of all that.
- Doing it yourself
- There are many risks involved in doing bathroom remodeling dallas projects yourself, so unless you’re a contractor a good rule of thumb is to bring in a professional to help. If you are indeed a contractor and you do bring in a professional you may be able to help with your own projects to help cut costs.