Common Mistakes in a Bathroom Remodel

It is easy to make big mistakes in a bathroom remodel; with so many interchangeable small pieces requiring your consideration, you are liable to miss one.  With some assistance from the local bathroom remodeling experts from Rossi Construction, Inc. you will be prepared to avoid the most common mistakes in bathroom remodeling.  Please feel free to call us at 813.436.0177 to schedule a consultation after you have had an opportunity to review our list.

  • Make an effort to avoid the “I can handle anything” contractor.  It may not look like it, but a bathroom remodeling project requires a unique set of skills from a contractor.  Even a modest bathroom remodel has more than 50 primary components that must be matched and installed correctly.
  • Skip the eclectic look and make an effort to match fixtures and hardware.  Many of you will not care that your faucet and cabinet door models do not match, but the people looking to buy your house next week will care. So here it is.  This means that if you choose a faucet that is brushed nickel, it will be necessary for all components to have a brushed nickel finish.
  • Never buy on price alone.  How many of us do not want the best deal that we can find? The problem is, within bathroom remodeling, price can be dramatically slashed by using cheap materials and omitting components you need.  Better materials honestly work better, have a longer life and give you a much better chance of avoiding costly disasters.
  • Do not overpay for your new bathroom.  The process of bathroom remodeling can be expensive. There are a number of expensive trades participating in the full redesign (carpentry, plumbing, electrical, tile setting) and a lot of expensive materials packed into a small room.  So, you need to keep track of cash spent by keeping lines of communication open with your contractor.

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