Not having a plan. It should go without saying, but starting a bathroom renovation without having a well-laid plan will only waste time and money as you try to figure it out along the way.
Incorrect budgeting. You might be overestimating how much money you have or underestimating how much it will cost. When it comes to remodeling, expect to go over-budget.
Not spending money on what matters. Renovating your bathroom is going to cost money, but it’s money well-spent. Instead of buying cheaper, short-term materials, make an investment in longer-lasting, more durable products.
Measuring once, installing twice. Inaccurate measurements will lead to chaos and frustration. Be sure to have it right the first time.
Uncomfortable spacing. Even if you’ve measured your space correctly, buying the wrong style fixture for your bathroom can happen. This is especially true if your space is smaller. A full-size sink may fit, but it will make the room look and feel even smaller than it already is.
Forgetting about lighting. The way a room is lit has an effect on its atmosphere. Don’t disregard the impact of new (or old) lights.
Not putting safety first. Be sure the electricity and water are completely shut off before starting your project. Failing to do so can result in serious injury.
Thinking everything will go exactly as planned. Life happens and plans are sure to change. Don’t be alarmed when something doesn’t go as expected.
Taking shortcuts. When you don’t know how much you can handle while undertaking a big project, you might start to move too hastily or otherwise overlook important features. Know when you’re in over your head and when it’s best to leave the remodeling to the professionals.
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