• Get rid of that old tub. An old bathtub can really bring down any bathroom. It is a great idea to replace a colored or warn bathtub with a sparkly new one. While a new tub is relatively cheap removing your old one can be costly. But there is another route.
Many people transform their bathrooms by placing a new liner and wall system in over their tub. These liners magically fit over an old bathtub, giving you an instant new look that is amazingly durable. A bath liner won't peel crack, rust or even mildew. And this is a much less invasive way to go when wanting to replace your bathtub.
• Change out your bathroom floor. New flooring is another way to help your bathroom glow. Bathroom floors tend to see a lot of water, can mildew and often are out of date. Adding a tile floor is a superior way to add tremendous value at a low cost. Tile is not expensive but the installation can be. The good news is that tile will last forever. Go with a dark green or neutral color for choice. Both will remain in style.
• New Fixtures can reflect your style and update quickly. There are numerous wonderful faucet and shower head choices in today’s market that will fancy up any bathroom. You can create a feeling in your bathroom with these features that reflects your style. And the best part is that many new faucets save water, which will help save you money in the days to come.
• Get a new toilet. Okay, so most people don’t think about a new toilet but there are some really cool choice toilets available that again save water and are more efficient and even more comfortable that your old toilet. Some even flush on their own. This is a fairly inexpensive change and will make any bathroom feel clean and fresh.
Adding a fresh coat of paint on the walls and changing your décor will help all the above ideas come to life. A professional who is experienced can help you decide what would benefit your family and the value of your home if you need their expertise. A new remodeled bathroom will make your family smile and you won’t regret the investment.
Article written by Jacob Pettit on behalf of Uniback: https://www.uniback.com.au/