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Successfully Completing a Bathroom Remodeling Project

When homeowners begin fumbling the idea of executing their very own home remodeling project with the intent to increase the value of their house, the first thing that normally comes to mind is their living room, kitchen, or bathroom. Why is this? It's simple, these three different rooms offer the best value increase compared to any other home remodeling project that you can complete on your property. Today, we are going to share with you a few tips that will help you successfully complete a bathroom remodeling project which will help you increase the overall value of your home if you were to decide to sell it.

First of all, as you begin developing the ideas and plan of action for the remodeling project concerning your bathroom, we recommend that you start off with deciding on which type of flooring you would like to go with. There are many different types of floors that you can install for your bathroom, such as carpet, wood, laminate, or tile. However, if you're looking to have an easy care floor for your bathroom, we recommend that you might consider installing tile. Furthermore, if you would like to combat the idea of slipping around on tile when wet, we recommend installing a tile flooring that is also textured. There are many places that you can find affordable textured tile for sale, however we always recommend that you begin your search for texture tile by going to your local flooring company who will be able to efficiently help you complete your bathroom remodeling project.

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Depending on the type of remodeling project you’re considering for your bathroom, if you're considering installing a half-bath to your home, you're going to want to be sure you plan to have enough room that will allow enough movement between the toilet in the shower. Furthermore, as you begin developing plans for your half bathroom remodeling project, we always recommend that you allow up to 3 feet of moving space between the commode and the shower area, whether it be a bathtub or a standing shower. It is really up to you obviously, however we have found that the most successful bathroom remodeling projects or half bathroom designs tend to have more moving space between the toilet and shower.

The last recommendation that we would like to make that would help you successfully complete your bathroom remodeling project, is that you consider the height in which you install your different bathroom appliances. For instance, take in consideration or personal height and possibly your spouses. How tall the toilet, sink, shower and do you think you're going to need in order to be able to comfortably use your bathroom? This is a really good thing to consider when remodeling your bathroom simply because you're going to be using her bathroom every single day and you want to be sure you are comfortable while using it.

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