When you first buy a home, your focus is typically not on the bathroom. No matter how many times you’ve claimed you were going to fix it, you never did. But, as time goes on and the more time you spend in there, the more you begin to see all of its imperfections. How do you know when it’s time to remodel your bathroom? Below are five signs your bathroom may need a makeover:
1. A New Lifestyle
Your bathroom will always be going through a cycle of changes. Many times it will need to be renovated to accommodate new members to a family, or to make it just right for a new married couple. Whatever the case may be, it’s important to remodel your bathroom to fit your individual needs. Many times this will include adding a bathtub, two sinks, double vanities, etc.
2. Old Décor
Often you’ll buy a house and plan on making changes later down the line. When it comes to a bathroom, it may take longer to become outdated. If you find yourself in a position where you aren’t in love with the décor of your bathroom, its time to design one that matches your taste. No matter the room, when you start to dislike the way it looks, you won’t want to spend much more time there!
Plumbing is the most important part of your bathroom. When it starts to deteriorate, it will become more and more obvious as the days go on. When there is damage to fixtures, tiles, or other miscellaneous materials in your bathroom, it is most definitely time to give it the new look you’ve been dreaming of.
4. Not Enough Space
Families grow, and items begin to pile. Your once “beautiful” and “cozy” bathroom becomes a pig pen that is in desperate need of a cleaning. The more people you add, the less storage is available, and more clutter forms. A knowledgeable designer will work hard to ensure there is enough space for a family of any number, so that you can minimize clutter and keep the countertops clean.
5. You Aren’t Energy Efficient
As technology is constantly changing, there are numerous ways to have your home be more energy efficient. Updating your bathroom with new lighting will not only make your space brighter but it will also help the environment and many times lower your utility costs.
From master bathroom remodeling to guest bath remodeling,Rossi Construction is the unparalleled leader in bathroom remodeling throughout the Tampa Bay area. Our team of professionals will make sure that your bathroom remodeling experience is an enjoyable one. For more information about your bathroom remodel, feel free to contact us: (813) 436-0177
When looking for a contractor to work on your home or business, it’s important to take your time, do your research and ask the right questions. Being in the industry for nearly two decades, we’re here to help you navigate the process.
Here are four things you should know that your contractor isn’t telling you:
You get what you pay for.
When it comes to construction, cheaper isn’t always best. You want the best quality for your home and business and your contractor wants to be able to provide you with just that. Contractors have relationships with vendors that will help save you money on big ticket items, so while the initial quote may seem high, you’ll see the difference in the work compared to others at lower price points.
I might not want to work with your tradesmen.
When you hire a contractor for a full-scale remodel or renovation, they will need to hire experts to tackle specific projects like plumbing and electric. Even though your Uncle Johnny, a licensed plumber, is a great guy – contractors have relationships with sub-contractors who they know the quality of their work, what to expect and how to best execute the task at hand. In the end, it works out in your favor.
I know how to get the job done.
While contractors won’t ask you to leave your home or business, please know it’s best if you stay out of the way and let them do their job. Even if you just want to take a peek and help where you can, it’s best to speak with the contractor as it can be considered a safety issue. Don’t worry, if you’re needed – they will reach out to you.
You should check my work history.
If you haven’t already checked out the contractor’s reviews you should. Keep in mind some people will complain about anything, but you’ll be able to get a feel for the type of business the contractor has and the quality of work based on the majority of reviews.
Also, it wouldn’t hurt to ask to visit other job sites to take a look around and see how things are. Is there trash everywhere? Are employees smoking on the job? These are things you’ll want to know before they get started at your home or business.
If you’re in the process of hiring a contractor to work on your home or business, keep these things in mind. At Rossi Construction, we’re honest, trustworthy and happy to answer any questions you may have – schedule a free consultation with our team to learn more.