Bathrooms

BEING ACCURATE WITH YOUR PLANS
It's important that you have a set of plans that indicate where everything will go right down to the placement of the towel rack in your bathroom. Think of it this way, the more detailed the plans, the fewer the mistakes.
ECONOMICAL PLANNING
Two of the most important features of a bathroom are the plumbing and the ventilation.
Avoid moving the plumbing and ventilation if possible.
GUEST BATH
Your guests can feel more comfortable and at home by incorporating extra shelving. Adding shelving can allow your guest to feel comfortable and pleased that there is a place for them to store their items.
MASTER BATH
Incorporating spa-like features into the master bath can help make your part of the house an extra getaway.
Consider adding a marble floor, a walk in shower, and plenty of natural lighting.
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CONSIDER THE FUTURE
Estimate how long you plan to live in your home. If you are planning to live in your home indefinitely, focus on remodeling changes
that will make your home more comfortable and more accessible as you age.
Consider wider doorways, and grab bars. Maybe even a step-free shower and higher toilets in the bathroom.

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