How to Destress During the Bathroom Remodeling Process

How to Destress During the Bathroom Remodeling Process

Remodeling your bathroom can cause a lot of stress. That’s why you need to be prepared before any work can get underway.

Remodeling your bathroom can cause a lot of stress. That’s why you need to be prepared before any work can get underway. But in the end, you will be happy that you went through the process. Whether it is the master bathroom that needs some work or a powder room, here’s what you can do to make the wait less painful! 

Determine Your Budget

Calculating your budget is always a good first step. Once you know what you can and can’t afford, you can be more realistic about what you can actually accomplish. Bathroom redesigns don’t need to be dramatic in order to make a difference. Redoing the shower and tub will likely be more complicated than you thought, so be sure to funnel more of the budget towards those two critical elements of your bathroom. Sometimes, it’s just easier to start off small, especially if you don’t have any other bathrooms in your home. 

Make Plans and Re-Budget 

The next step is to start making your plans. During this phase, you should speak to bathroom remodeling experts such as the team at Matthews Construction. Then it’s time to adjust your budget based on the estimates and advice that you will receive. It’s better to be over-prepared than going into the project without much of a plan in mind. You run the risk of the renovations running over budget and not meeting any deadlines, which can be frustrating and expensive. 

Get Ideas at Showrooms 

You can also get more ideas by doing some research. Whether you want to flip through magazines or spend time searching through Internet sources, both are valid approaches. Getting more ideas by visiting showrooms is another reasonable idea, too. By seeing the fixtures and lights and tiles up close and personal, you can get a better sense of if they will fit into your plans or not. 

Figure Out the Dimensions 

You’ve also got to measure your bathroom! A small bathroom can be made into a larger one, but there is some math involved. That’s why it’s so important to figure out the dimensions of the current design ahead of time. 

Call Matthews Construction and Design

Are you ready to improve your Maryland home? Matthews Construction and Design has been a trusted remodeling contractor to clients in Washington, D.C. and Montgomery County, Maryland for more than 48 years.

Whether you are ready to dive headfirst into your kitchen remodel or you still have a million questions, Matthews Construction and Design is here to help you. We can service all your remodeling needs. If you want to learn more, feel free to give us a call at 202-702-3553 or you can visit us online. For more tips, tricks, and to see what we have been working on, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Houzz.

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