Is It Time for Bathroom Remodeling in Your Home? Don't Ignore the Warning Signs!

Sure, you've seen trendy bathrooms in magazines, and maybe you heard about walk-in bathtubs on TV. But how do you know that it's time to update your bathroom, too? Pay attention to these clear warning signs that it's time to begin remodeling your bathroom:

    1. If your plumbing is inefficient: Because the bathroom is one of the most-used spaces in the home, it sees much more wear and tear than other rooms do. As a result, the faucets, toilets, and other fixtures tend to break down more easily over time, leading to problems like leaks and frequent repairs. The excess moisture in the bathroom can even lead to more costly issues, like the spread of mold and mildew.

      Additionally, older faucets and shower heads have a tendency to drip when they become worn out, which means they need to be replaced to help save water. Whether you have a dripping sink faucet or a toilet that won't stop running, you'll want to ask our bathroom remodeling company what you can do to fix these problems.


    1. If your bathroom desperately needs an update: Ideally, bathrooms should be updated for looks and efficiency every 20 years, if not more. If you notice that your bathroom looks nothing like the ones on HGTV or hasn't been trendy in at least a couple of decades, then it may be time to change things up. This is especially true for homes that still have contractor-grade everything in their bathrooms.

      How can you spot a bathroom in need of a makeover? Pastel-colored tubs and sinks, outdated light fixtures, and tiles that looks like they belong in a locker room are usually good indicators that it's time for an upgrade. Naturally, if you think it's time for a change, then that's also a prime reason to start the bathroom remodeling process!


  1. If your bathroom doesn't meet your mobility needs: As you age, you may find that you have trouble completing day-to-day tasks. This is especially true for individuals with disabilities, but anyone can feel the strain of bending over the sink too long or having trouble stepping over the edge of the bathtub.

    Fortunately, there are a number of upgrades you can make to your bathroom that can make it more accessible, no matter what you need. That can include raising the sinks from 31 inches in height to 34 inches, or installing a toilet that is 17 or 19 inches high from floor to seat rim for greater accessibility. Be sure to ask your bathroom remodelers about your handicap bathroom remodeling options when it comes to these fixtures.

Have more questions about updating your bathroom for aesthetics, efficiency, and/or accessibility? Get in touch with our bathroom contractors today to discuss your options.