A bathroom renovation can be expensive. It’s important to know the end result that you desire, how much that will cost and what you and whether what you want for the cost is achievable.
As with any renovation it is important to know your budget and stick to it!
Determine your bathroom needs and wants. Once you have quoted accordingly for everything you need, you can see what is left over for the wants.
Your bathroom renovation isn’t going to be something you want to do again in a hurry so ensuring you priorities the needs of you and your household is imperative when planning.
One thing that will skyrocket the costs of bathroom renovations is moving the location of your plumbing. You can save a lot of money (and time) if you keep your plumbing in the same place and just replace the plumbed items.
One thing is for sure, when you renovate you don’t want to cut corners and have a bathroom blunder!
Although it’s possible to DIY some elements of the renovation e.g. painting and replacing tap ware – for any big jobs such as replacing plumbed items, changing up tiles or installing new storage, it’s best to call in the professionals.
Research the company and tradespeople you choose, read reviews, check out their portfolios and ask as many questions as you need until you’re satisfied they’re the right people for the job.
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