Bathroom renovations are a great way to upgrade your home and increase its value. To help you get a better understanding of where to start with your bathroom renovations here is a list of some of the best upgrades that will add some real value to your home.
Bathroom Renovations to Increase Your Home’s Value:
1. Upgrade Your Lighting:
Lighting is an important feature in any bathroom. No one wants to bathe, groom or get ready in a dark or poorly lit bathroom. Updating light fixtures can be a relatively affordable first step in your renovation process. Additionally, there are so many design options when it comes to bathroom lighting fixtures and you could really change the whole look and feel of your space.
2. Make it a Double:
If you have the space in your bathroom, consider upgrading your old single vanity to a double. Just think no more morning battles over a single sink, small mirror and a limited counter top. You will love the extra space and if you ever decide to sell your home, potential buyers will love the double vanity.
3. Upgrade to a More Efficient Commode:
A water saving toilet will not only save you money on your water bill, but it will also help increase your home’s value.
4. Change Up Your Fixtures:
Drawer and cabinet handles, electrical fixtures, door knobs and towel racks may seem like an afterthought, but these small details go a long way in the overall appeal of your space. You will be amazed at how different your bathroom looks, simply by upgrading your fixtures.
If your bathroom is lacking an exhaust fan, or yours is severely out of date, it is time to have a new one installed. Exhaust fans do more than simply prevent your mirror from becoming all foggy while you are showering. These fans also perform other valuable functions, like helping to prevent mold growth in your bathroom.
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Need an Electrician to install your new exhaust fan? Interested in larger bathroom remodeling projects? Wanting a new shower or bathtub installed? Call us at (618) 765-8218 today and ask about our options for bathroom renovations.