What not to do in a bathroom remodel
What can go wrong in a bathroom remodel?
Another major bathroom remodeling mistake is to forget the importance of storage space in the bathroom. Storage space is more important than it seems, and inadequate space to store things in the bathroom can create innumerable problems and a lot of mess.
What not to forget when remodeling a bathroom?
- Don't Fail to Plan.
- Don't Forget to Vent.
- Don't Use Improper Materials.
- Don't Skip Underlayment.
- Don't Cover Your Tub With a Plastic Liner.
- Don't Put Your Toilet in the Wrong Place.
- Don't Overlook Storage.
- Don't Prioritize Looks Over Durability.
What is the hardest part of renovating a bathroom?
Bathroom Remodel Demolition
Perhaps the most physically difficult aspect of a remodel is demolition.
What is the rule of thumb for bathroom remodel?
Rule 1: Budget based on home value
Consumer Reports gives a good rule of thumb for total remodeling cost: it should based on 5%-10% of your home's value. So, if your home is worth $200,000, then the remodel will probably cost about $10,000 to $20,000.