What to Expect During A Bathroom Remodel
It's important for us to know your expectations and needs so that we can deliver a bathroom that meets them. We want your renovation to be as seamless and painless as possible, which means we need to know what you want before the project begins. This will help us create a plan of action, set realistic expectations, and provide accurate estimates of the costs involved with your remodel.Before any demolition begins or even any contracts are signed, we'll sit down with you and discuss your vision for the project. We'll take measurements of your space and any other information that might be useful to us as we begin planning such as budget and any pictures that you've been keeping for inspiration. Please show us that Pinterest board you've been keeping ideas on for years! We'll discuss your ideas and make suggestions based on our experience. Once we have agreed on a plan, we'll provide an estimate for the project and get started as soon as possible.
So, we've made design decisions based on your vision and budget and we're just about ready to start working on the space! You now have a clear plan for how your home is going to look when it's done, and you're eager for us to get started.
But before demolition can begin, some things need to happen first. Depending on where you live, we may need to get a building permit. Some cities just need us to pull a permit, whereas others are a bit more involved. Not to worry - we'll take care of it! If required, we'll meet with city officials who will review our plans and make sure that everything we've proposed falls within code requirements and doesn't pose any health or safety hazards. Once they give us the green light, we'll be able to get started!
Some things you need to be aware of during a bathroom remodel, no matter how big or small - It's going to get messy.
What do we mean by messy? Well, you can expect noise, traffic, debris, and possibly even fumes from any paint or stain work that needs to be done as part of the project. There will be demolition, which could include removing old flooring and tile, drywall, the tub, shower, cabinets, fixtures, the toilet, etc. We'll most likely be doing some work on your plumbing which means the water will have to be off for a portion of the project. Depending on what we're doing, there may be times when you won't have access to your bathroom. We want you to know this going in so that you're not surprised by any inconveniences that might occur during the project.
We may need to coordinate different licensed subcontractors for plumbing and electrical work. Don't worry, we'll always let you know when we're asking another contractor to do work in your bathroom. All of our subcontractors have worked with us in the past and are vetted for licenses and insurance requirements regularly.
We’ll let you know what to expect for your specific project and the expected timelines for these inconveniences so we can take every precaution to minimize the impact on you. It will be so worth it when you have an upgraded and updated bathroom! What are you waiting for? Contact Us Now to get started!