Thursday, December 9, 2010

Bathroom Remodeling = Less Water & Money Down The Drain


Did you know that a remodeled bathroom could return 80-90% of your investment at resale? (Source: Reliable Remodeler http://www.reliableremodeler.com/estimates/bathrooms/) Updating or adding bathrooms will add considerable value to your house. Half baths can be created out of small closest or under eaves. Knocking down a wall can create a master suite. Master suites complete with his and her sinks, spacious shower or tub and plenty of room to pad about in will always create atmosphere and value to a home. Water and money can be saved with green, low-flow toilets and tank-less water heaters. Skylights are a great alternative to energy consuming light fixtures.

Amenities such as steam showers, heated floors, and whirlpool tubs are always a welcome addition. An often-overlooked item is ample storage space.  Don’t compromise on functionality when opting for a vanity or medicine cabinet. You can be functional and fashionable when it comes to storage. Ceramic tile floors are usually better than wood or linoleum flooring because they handle water better.

Take time to research ideas and different options for your bathroom remodel. A great place to start is the Internet. Speaking with family and friends will also help with making decisions and be a great resource for choosing contractors and suppliers. Consider your budget and make decisions accordingly.

The bathroom is one of the most visited rooms in any home. An updated bathroom will not only add value to your house but if done well can also be a welcome retreat any time of day.

Please contact us with any questions!
Unique Home Construction
11300 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, TX 75243
214-533-0716
 

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