Do you cringe every time you go into your bathroom? Is the lighting unflattering? Or do you find the tiles outdated? Whatever your reasoning may be, updating your bathroom can give you one of the largest returns on your home and is always a great investment. Why not transform your space into a spa-like oasis to make getting ready enjoyable and relaxing? Here are the top three signs your bathroom is ready for a remodel:
Old bathrooms tend to suffer from defective plumbing, leaky fixtures and inside-wall water damage. You can keep your plumber on speed dial, but you’re just delaying the inevitable–having to undergo a major plumbing overhaul. One of the best reasons to remodel your bathroom is the condition of your bathroom fixtures. If you’re experiencing a leaky showerhead or faucet or have a toilet that keeps on running, you might want to make some improvements.
Bathroom cabinet trends change throughout the years and seasons. If your current bathroom cabinets have an old or outdated look, it may be time to consider a renovation project. With that typically comes outdated tile and worn out tub enamel. Not only is it beneficial to redo your space to make it more visually appealing, but from a safety standpoint as well. Floor tile that is chipped, or worn out tub enamel makes for a very dangerous bathroom experience.
Mold and Mildew:
Noticing signs of mold or mildew is a good indication that you’re in need of a little bathroom TLC. Mold in your bathroom can be caused by water damage, excessive humidity, or improper maintenance. A renovation team can help you make sure that your bathroom is completely mold free after your renovations are completed, keeping you and your family safe from the dangers of mold.
Is your bathroom showing signs of wear and tear? It may be time for a remodel! Landmark Design has been providing luxury bathroom remodels to clients in the Greenwich area for over 30 years. No matter what design you’re looking for, we’re committed to delivering superior quality and client satisfaction. To schedule a free consultation, give us a call at 203-496-3658, and don’t forget to follow us out on Facebook and Twitter, too!