Have you ever walked into a bathroom and through WOW, how to I get one of these!
Recently me and my partner done exactly that. Jenny, our long time friend from our long lost high school days launched into an endeavour of huge proportions back in the late summer months of 2016. It was all hush, hush between the group for the most part but Jenny let us in so we could cover the story on my new site.
So here it is. Now all the dust has settled, let’s take a look at what was done right, and what could have been made more simple with a little preparation before the bathroom renovation began.
Choosing the right bathroom renovation contractor
From the start, Jenny was anxious about choosing the perfect bathroom renovation specialist. A team of experts who had years of experience renovating bathrooms was the top priority, with the price coming in a close second. “The stress while choosing a bathroom contractor was overwhelming” Jenny said when we first spoke about the new bathroom.
Having full confidence in the people you employ gives you the freedom to stand aside and worry less as big, bulky, contractors rip into your house with fast tools and loud noises.
Eventually, Jenny went with Full Bathroom Renovations found at http://www.fullbathroomrenovations.com.au
Needless to say, the bathroom looks stunning.
Do you need a porta potty?
Jenny and her partner spent the better part of two weeks borrowing neighbours bathrooms while the house became a war zone of skill saws, woodwork and fresh paint!
Hiring a portable toilet, although not ideal, may be a great option for you. Talking to your choice of contractor, before the build begins should give you a good understanding of the time taken to renovate, as well as any issues with using the ablutions.
In the best case scenario, the water may only be off for a day allowing you to use your bathroom between the busy days.
Think about your bathrooms user experience
It’s great to have the best-looking bathroom on the block but one thing that needs to be remembered is, you need to use your bathroom!
Ensuring the user experience still remains high should be one of the most important factors. No one likes to use a bathroom that is cramped, cluttered or simply doesn’t make sense.
Create space, bright lights and lots of storage for a better bathroom experience.
So there you have it, the three most important aspects when creating a bathroom, getting your bathroom renovated or simply upgrading to a new feel.
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