The bathroom is one of the most heavily remodeled areas in the average home. Of course it is! It’s a vital part of your daily routine, you spend more time in there than you probably realize, and it’s often one of the first places that most guests to your home will see.
So, if you’re remodeling your bathroom this summer, make sure that you have it set up exactly the way you like it. Check out some of the bathroom remodeling options we’ve outlined below to help you get started on brainstorming options for your own bathroom.
Water-Efficient Toilets, Showers, and Sinks
The average water appliance in the bathroom has the potential to waste an immense amount of water over the course of the year. Toilets are the worst about this. They’re so wasteful that a number of states have passed laws regulating how much water a toilet can use per flush. If you’re concerned about using too much water and jacking up your monthly bill, consider installing a water efficient toilet during your remodel. The same goes for showers, faucets, and all the rest of the plumbing appliances in your bathroom.
Different Sink and Shower Styles
There’s no reason that form and function must be diametrically opposed when it comes to your bathroom. That is to say, you can have pretty things in there that still do their job quite well. Take your sink, for example. What do you want out of your sink, aside from a place to wash your hands and brush your teeth? Do you want extra storage space for all the junk your partner or spouse keeps leaving out on the counter? (don’t play coy, we know you do it too).
If storage space is what you’re after, then a sink set into a cabinet top might be the best thing for your bathroom. Aesthetics are not to be discounted, though. Pedestal sinks are quite common for their simple and elegant looks. They give up the storage space, but if you don’t need it then why bother? There is a whole range of different sinks to choose from when it comes to a bathroom remodel.
The same is true of your shower head. Sure, the one set into the wall now might be “good enough” to get you clean when you need it to. Is it convenient to use, though? Is it at the right height for you? Does it detach so it’s easier to use? If not, it’s time for a new one! We install and service a wide range of sink and shower heat systems.
If you’re not sure about a new change to your bathroom during a remodeling project, don’t worry. Consult with a professional to determine the best course of action regarding what systems you should install in your bathroom. They’ll be able to recommend the best option to meet your wants and needs for your remodel.