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When to consider when upgrading your bathroom

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When upgrading your bathroom, here are some things to consider:

  1. Budget: Determine how much money you want to spend on the upgrade. This will help you prioritise the changes you want to make.
  2. Layout: Consider the existing design of your bathroom and determine if any changes need to be made. Will you keep or move the same fixtures in the exact locations? If you plan to move plumbing fixtures, you’ll need to factor in the cost of hiring a plumber.
  3. Storage: Determine how much storage you need in your bathroom. Do you need more cabinet space, shelves, or a new vanity with storage?
  4. Lighting: Lighting is essential in any room, but it’s necessary for the bathroom. Consider adding additional lighting or updating existing fixtures to provide ample light.
  5. Flooring: Determine if you want to replace the flooring in your bathroom. If so, consider the durability and moisture resistance of different flooring options.
  6. Fixtures: Consider upgrading your fixtures, such as faucets, showerheads, and toilets. This can help improve the look and functionality of your bathroom.
  7. Colour scheme: Determine if you want to update the colour scheme in your bathroom. Consider the colours of your walls, tiles, and fixtures to ensure everything works well together.
  8. Accessibility: If you or someone in your household has mobility issues, consider making your bathroom more accessible. This could include adding grab bars, a walk-in shower, or a raised toilet.
  9. Ventilation: Proper ventilation is essential in the bathroom to prevent mould and mildew. Consider upgrading your ventilation fan or adding a window to improve air circulation.
  10. Energy efficiency: Consider upgrading to more energy-efficient fixtures, such as LED lighting or low-flow toilets and showerheads, to save money on utility bills.

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