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Five Signs Your Bathroom Needs an Overhaul

Five Signs Your Bathroom Needs an Overhaul

If you are thinking about a home renovation project that will add value to your home and your life at the same time, taking a closer look at your bathroom might be a good idea. Giving this room an overhaul will not only help you relax in a hot bath after a hard day at work, but also improve your health and wellbeing. You might discover some problems that are not clearly visible to the naked eye, as they are hidden behind the fixtures and the tiles. Below you’ll find a few signs that suggest that your bathroom needs attention.

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1. Things Start Going Wrong

When your bathroom fixtures start failing, dripping, and leaking, it might be time to update your plumbing system and look for hidden problems. You cannot do this without taking everything out. You can try to fix a toilet that won’t flush, but the problem might be your plumbing or water supply. The good news is that bathroom furniture and fixtures are relatively cheap, and they are very durable. Whether you want to increase the water flow, or get a new power shower in, this might be the right time.

2. You Had a Leak

If you had a leak in the pipes or your bath, you will need to start looking for the cause. Dampness can cause structural damage, if it remains untreated. While it is extremely inconvenient to deal with no bathroom for a few days, especially if you don’t have a downstairs toilet, it has to be done. Ask for an expert assessment before you start the work; it might be the case that your floorboards will need replacing as well as your bathroom tiles and toilet.

3. You are Planning to Sell

A nice, new, and shiny bathroom can sell your home. You will only spend a couple of hundred dollars on the renovation project, but you can attract more buyers who simply don’t want to touch the house for a few years after they move in. Tiles, baths, and flooring are relatively inexpensive, compared with giving your entire house an overhaul. Increase the appeal of your home by renovating your bathroom.

4. Damp and Condensation Problems

One of the main reasons you should pay attention to the condition of your bathroom is that it is prone to condensation and dampness. If you see black mold appearing in the corner or near the floor, you will need to plan your remodeling in a way that it involves the installation of an extractor fan that eliminates extra moisture.

5. It No Longer Serves You

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If your bathroom doesn’t feel like you, or you don’t feel content and happy when you have a soak in the bubble bath, you will have to plan your remodeling project. Whether it is storage you are struggling with, or you would like to get a better lighting, maybe a towel radiator, you can improve your wellbeing on a budget.

Whether you are looking for a modern bathroom or are dealing with an old plumbing system, remodeling your bathroom can be a good idea.

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