The bathroom may be much more than simply a place to clean up; it can also be a peaceful place to unwind after a long day. And if that’s the case, it’s even more crucial for your bathroom to reflect the calm and serenity you seek with its well chosen elements. Bathrooms must be functional and space-conscious while still offering a relaxing environment to rest in after a long day. If your bathroom doesn’t fit these requirements, it could be time to renovate.The bathroom should also embody your personal design taste and style. A space inherently specific to your needs. It is essential to reflect on your choices. The primary focus should be on the consumer’s pain points to ensure the remodelling process is fruitful. Ask yourself this:

Do I enjoy getting ready in front of a sink or mirror?

Can I get up to apply makeup?

When I exit the shower, where do I want my towel bar to be? Do I need a lot of room to dry off?

How much legroom do I need to use the restroom comfortably?

The Need for Planning

A bathroom, irrespective of its size, should be spacious. Often consumers may feel their bathroom to be cramped and disorganised. Planning your bathroom layout before remodelling ensures that the most is made out of the given space. Make the most of the available space and create distinct wet and dry areas in the bathroom. Determining the placement of the sanitary appliances, sanitaryware, and built-in storage while leaving enough room for circulation will result in effective space design.

Several factors may have an impact on your planning, such as the minimum distances required between electrical outlets and sinks.

Demolishing With Your Team

While plumbers are typically the first skilled worker you consider when it comes to a bathroom, some people find it is best to hire a builder first. The contractor can supervise the project from project demolition to project completion and coordinate other trades while plumbers handle the plumbing. However, some people who take on project management themselves find it to be stressful, especially if they make a mistake that a skilled contractor would know to avoid.

All of the sanitaryware, sanitary fixtures, plumbing lines, electrical wiring, and tiles will be removed prior to remodelling the current bathroom. This could cause the house to become quite dirty and dusty. Remove current sanitary items, sanitary fixtures, or accessories if you intend to reuse them so they can be installed again in the future. An expert will evaluate the walls, ceiling, and flooring for any signs of mould or mildew growth and clean and repair the area as necessary.

The Final Pieces of the Puzzle

The electrical wiring will be installed by the electrician in accordance with the precise locations shown on the designs for the ceiling lights, alcove lights, mirror lights, shaving points, exhaust fans, switchboards, and geysers. Moreover, The countertop must be cut and mounted on the wall using the suggested design. Granite, marble, engineered quartz, and solid surface are a few examples of the various countertop materials. The installation sequence generally is – Install cement or plasterboard. Followed by waterproofing, tiling, grouting and then finally painting

Toilets, shower screens, taps and mixers, mirrors, towel rails, and other fixtures are installed as part of the installation and fit-out process. Plaster and tile, or tile and fixtures, are frequently caulked or siliconed together during this stage to provide a clean, seamless appearance.

Bathroom remodelling can be a time taking and strenuous process. With BathXpertz, you can relax while we do all the work!