Tampa Bathroom Remodeling Tips and Advice

Tampa bathroom remodeling project is no small undertaking.  Before you begin tearing up the flooring, choosing a perfect bathtub and generally driving yourself insane with the options, it pays to discuss all of your options with a Tampa general contractor.  We make our living in Tampa bathroom remodeling projects, and a little advice from us can help you ensure that your Tampa bathroom remodeling project gets the details right!  Take time to review just a couple of tips that we share below, then give us a call to discuss the nuts and bolts of the Tampa bathroom remodeling project that you are planning.

I am tired of difficult to care for floors!

If you tired of difficult to care for bathroom flooring options within the first year of moving into your Tampa home, it is time to look for an easy-care floor in your Tampa bathroom remodeling project.  A popular choice with owners remains porcelain tiles or glazed tiles, with most Tampa homeowners avidly avoiding porous natural stone tiles like limestone.  Unless sealed vigilantly, a porous stone tile will absorb every drip and spill and will become stained as time passes.

If a shiny sealed tile is not the right choice for your family, as can be the case when you are worrying about slip and trip hazards, you will want to choose a tile with a textured surface.  Matte finishes are popular in Tampa bathroom remodeling projects, as are tiles that are sealed with a glaze that contains sand to allow for grip.  There are options available, which tend to be less-refined, like choosing smaller tiles for you Tampa bathroom remodel allowing the multiple grout lines to serve as a grip point for anyone in need.

How much space really needs to be in a half-bath in a Tampa bathroom remodeling project?

It is theoretically possible to fit a sink and toilet into an 11-square-foot spot and meet national building codes, but comfort calls for a little better planning.  Look for an area to add a half-bathroom, in your Tampa bathroom remodeling project that is at least four feet wide and roughly seven feet long.  You will want to check local codes for any and all additional requirements.

These are just a few ideas that you can include in your Tampa bathroom remodeling project, and should be more than enough to get you on your way.  Please feel free to give us a call to see where we may be able to expand on your own ideas!

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