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How to Save Money on a Bathroom Remodel

Ultimately, you have an idea of how you want your bathroom to look after you’re finished remodeling. The most important thing you want from a bathroom remodel is to have a space that looks beautiful and is functional, and that you will love for many years to come.

But many people also have a secondary goal with any remodel—to save money. They hope to get the best ROI on their home, and that means keeping costs low throughout a remodeling job. So what’s the best way to save money without skimping on a remodel?

Keep the Plumbing Where It Is

If possible, you should do what you can to keep the toilet, sink, and shower in the same place. Moving the plumbing around is a costly task, and you can save quite a bit of money by reducing the amount of time a plumber will spend relocating piping. Plan out your remodel in advance and limit the amount of major plumbing work that will need to be done.

Use Paint to Decorate

When you’re on a tight budget, it might not be possible to have sophisticated tiling or cabinetry and other décor features, but you can still make your new room look nice. Plan ahead and use paint and other simple touches to add character. Make your bathroom unique by adding in wall hangings, or whatever makes your house feel like a home, and focus on functionality during a remodel.

Have Efficient Fixtures

Saving in the long-term is just as important as saving money right now. Efficient lighting, electronics, and plumbing fixtures help you to save money. And just as importantly, it can help with your return-on-investment when you decide to sell your home. Homebuyers like when a new house operates efficiently and helps positively impact the environment. Save water and many of the earth’s natural resources, while saving money over the years on your bills.

Call Advanced Builders & Contractors for bathroom remodeling services in West Hollywood. We are licensed and bonded, and we always provide excellent service.

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