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Georgia Homeowners: Your Bathroom Remodel Checklist

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Thinking of renovating your bathroom? Be sure to take these steps first.
Thinking of renovating your bathroom? Be sure to take these steps first. (Shutterstock)

But before you pick up the phone to start interviewing bathroom remodelers, you’ll want to think through some of the details. Here’s what to do first.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal sink to a drop-in model.”

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How To Plan Your Bathroom Remodel In Iowa

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Be sure your remodel goes smoothly with our bathroom renovation checklist.
Be sure your remodel goes smoothly with our bathroom renovation checklist. (Shutterstock)

But to make sure the end results are tailored to your needs, you’ll want to do some planning before contacting professional bathroom remodelers. Here’s what to do.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal sink to a drop-in

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New Hampshire Homeowners: Checklist For Your Bathroom Remodel

Now that fall is here, you may be motivated to do a few renovations to your New Hampshire home. Why not start with the bathroom?

Whether you’re just adding a new coat of paint or updating the entire design with a new vanity and tub, a bathroom remodel is an exciting home project. To avoid costly mistakes, it’s important that you stay organized and on track from start to finish. Use this checklist to help you make smart choices and ensure that your bathroom renovation goes as planned.

1. Design and Plan

Once you’ve made the decision to remodel your bathroom, you’ll need a solid idea and plan for the design. Without a clear picture of what you want your bathroom to look like when the renovation is complete, you may run into mistakes that cost you money and time. A good design plan ensures that the contractor you hire

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The Complete Bathroom Remodel Checklist For Maryland Homeowners

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A little planning ahead of time will ensure you get the new bathroom of your dreams.
A little planning ahead of time will ensure you get the new bathroom of your dreams. (Shutterstock)

But there’s more to it than just picking up the phone to call a professional bathroom remodeler. Think through these five steps before reaching out.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a pedestal

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The Bathroom Remodel Checklist For California Homeowners

This post is sponsored and contributed by a Patch Brand Partner. The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.

Don’t skip these important steps when planning your bathroom remodel.
Don’t skip these important steps when planning your bathroom remodel. (Shutterstock)

But before you start interviewing contractors, you’ll want to think through some details on your end. A little extra foresight now can help ensure you end up with the bathroom of your dreams later.

1. Plan Your Design

While professional bathroom remodelers will be able to help you make structural decisions, it’s wise for you to know ahead of time what you’d like the end result to look like. Do a little brainstorming to come up with concrete ideas, like, “I’d like a freestanding tub and separate shower,” or “I prefer a

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Good Neighbor to remodel, expand kitchen

A migrant girl enjoys lunch Thursday at Good Neighbor Settlement House in Brownsville. (Ryan Henry/The Brownsville Herald)

Knocking down walls, expanding, buying new ovens, microwaves and prep tables are now in the works at the Good Neighbor Settlement House after the non-profit received a grant of $175,000 through the Valley Baptist Legacy Foundation that will help with the expansion and improvement of their kitchen.

Hugo Zurita, executive director at the Good Neighbor Settlement House, said the grant was much needed since the kitchen has never been remodeled and does not hold enough space to have prep tables and other applianches such as ovens that would make it easier to serve healthier options to the community.

“We approached them and applied for it because our meal program is the heart of our organization, that’s what we’re known for providing breakfast, lunch and dinner for the community here in Brownsville,” he said.

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Kitchen Remodel Costs to Consider

You may be planning for a major kitchen renovation, including new appliances, plumbing, countertops or cabinets. Instead, you may be aiming to spruce up the space with a smaller budget. A kitchen renovation is rarely cheap, but there are ways to save. Here’s what you need to know.

How Much Does a Kitchen Remodel Cost?

Based on online estimates, home improvement resource company HomeAdvisor’s reported national averages for renovation costs and expert insights, here’s how the cost of a major kitchen remodel breaks down:

  • Labor: 15% to 25%
  • Cabinets: 29%
  • Appliances and ventilation: 14%
  • Countertops: 10%
  • Lighting: 5%
  • Floors: 7%
  • Fixtures and plumbing: 4%
  • Additional finishes and budget cushion: 15% to 20%

According to HomeAdvisor, the national average for a kitchen renovation is $25,291, with a low-end remodel starting around $4,000 and a high-end project reaching $60,000 or more. The disparities between cost estimates are due to the range of

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Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling – Why You Absolutely Need to Remodel Both During Home Improvement

You may want to improve the quality and resale price of your entire home, but not necessarily because you are trying to sell it; you might want to do it simply because it makes you feel better or because you are tired of the way it is.

People do home improvement all the time, but many times, they end up unhappy with what they have created by the time they are done. It is not because they have not put adequate time and effort into doing it; it is more because they have been looking in all the wrong places hoping to find the right answers.

I don’t even want to know the number of rooms that your home has, but I can guarantee that you have a kitchen and a bathroom. Without really realizing it, these are the two most used rooms in the home. You may spend a … Read More

Small Bathroom Remodel Tips

When you do a bathroom remodel on a small bathroom some of the things that you want to make sure that you include is giving it a feeling of being bigger, easier to move around, and having it more functional. To start with, you need to look at the bathroom and determine what specific areas you want to update or change. Then you will need to figure out what updates and changes will fit into your small bathroom remodel budget. Yes, even though you may have a small bathroom it can be expensive. Sometimes just a change in the color of paint will help to change the look of your bathroom. A bigger impact can be made if your budget allows replacing your fixtures and flooring.

When doing a small bathroom remodel one thing that you should do is try to maximize what space you have so you can create … Read More

8 Tips for Home Kitchen Remodel

Many homeowners take advantage of kitchen remodeling to increase their home’s value and buyer pool.

Kitchen remodels often sell a home quicker and at a higher price thanks to kitchen updates.

Homeowners looking to sell their home anytime soon, may want to first update their kitchen. It is generally a 100% return remodeling project, helping increase the interested home buyer pool and usually compete better in a tight housing market. Kitchen remodeling projects don’t have to cost mega investment dollars. With wise planning, homeowners can gain a return of $2-3 on every $1 invested. That means remodeling a kitchen can actually earn money. Not all home remodeling investments carry the same high return; however, kitchen remodels are one of the best places to start.

Flipping the TV quickly shows the many options for today’s trendy cooking shows. Homeowners are enamored with the idea of being culinary masters like never before. … Read More