Just like when remodeling any other part of your home, you must first start with a plan…
What is your budget? We will work with you to design a bathroom that meets all your needs and keeps within your budget. There are many ways to keep to your plans of your dreams bathroom while staying in budget. Building your design around your existing pipes and outlets will also save on cost. The amount of tiling you want in your bathroom will also affect the cost of your renovation. These are all things that can be tweaked in order to keep your desired look and keep cost down.
Assess the layout – After figuring out your budget, our next step would be to measure the dimensions of your bathroom. The pipes and electrical outlets will be mapped out to optimize the bathroom design. Then a floor plan will be put together showing the room dimensions and the physical features fitting to scale. This is the first look at your new bathroom.
Tiling – Picking the color and style of your tiles are not the only decisions you need to make. Where will you be using the tiles? Shower, tub area, walls, floor, etc. This is a very important part of designing your bathroom. For example, tiles can be used inside the shower or you may decide to use a shower enclosure. All these decisions must be made in order to evaluate cost, design and in assembling an inventory list to complete the job at hand.
Specifics need for renovations – This is where we make our inventory list.
- Tub (style/material)
- Shower- material/shower doors, shower head, faucets
- Medicine cabinet
- Sink/counter top, faucets
- Toilet paper holder
- Towel rack
- Lighting exhaust fan
- Paint or Tile (color, style)
Time frame for renovation – After we have completed all the other steps, you need to ask yourself, how long do you expect this project to take? Kingdom contracting will go over and beyond for you. There will be minimal disruption in your daily life and your home will be returned to you as quickly as possible. We will notify you immediately if we encounter any issues while renovating that might affect time or cost. Sometime unexpected things are found when removing tiles, tubs, showers, etc.