Our bathrooms get quite a bit of wear-and-tear done to them. After a while, you’ll notice your tiles starting to chip, or your floors not looking as great as before. Maybe you’ve considered switching from a tub and shower duo to just a shower. Hubbard Plumbing has a few tips for you to take into consideration when you’re looking at redesigning the bathroom in your Long Island home.
The floorplan of a bathroom is usually set up in a way that makes sense for the plumbing. Make sure to take this into consideration if you’re planning on just scrapping everything entirely. If they layout is something that you’d want to reconsider, it’s best to talk this over with your plumber and renovator to make sure that it’s all plausible.
Redesigning a bathroom is far from inexpensive, but a big way to save money is to refurbish pieces of your bathroom. There are plenty of pieces in your bathroom that can be salvaged and touched up. If you absolutely love your sink, but want a fresh look, save money by finding a vanity that fits the look you’re working towards rather than replacing the sink as a whole. This also works for faucets in your tubs. If you’re not looking for an entire renovation of your bathroom, this is also something you could look into with your shower or tub. Tiles can be pricey, especially when you’re replacing a whole showers worth. Replacing the ones that need replacing, and cleaning up the remaining ones, is also a great option.
Parts of your bathroom just need to be replaced, and that’s something you’ll come to terms with. There are toilets that run and waste water, and tiles in your shower that are just better off being replaced. If one of the pieces of your bathroom is worn and beyond the help of some tender love and care, look into replacing it. These pieces of furniture make a difference in the quality of your bathroom.
Regardless of the work you’re looking for, Hubbard plumbing can take care of it. We have been providing quality redesign work on bathrooms since 1979. Contact us today with any questions you might have. 631-292-7757.