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Bathroom Renovations Made Simple

 Looking to update your bathroom? With a few upgrades, you can have a bathroom that’s luxurious and stylish without breaking your budget to get it. One of the biggest costs in a bathroom remodel is moving fixtures, such as the toilet, sink, or tub. If you are looking for a frugal remodel, strive to keep the same floor plan as you currently have.

Bath and shower renovations can make a great difference in both the look and feel of your home. So often, bathrooms get neglected when people are budgeting to give their home a “new look”; however, they can also provide personal relaxation in an otherwise tense time.  Imagine the feeling of a warm jacuzzi after a long day or a shower with 5 heads hitting sore muscles with warm water from all sides. Perhaps a shower sauna, allowing you some much-needed quiet time.  It is true that shower and bath renovations can be very difficult, especially when you only have a small budget to work with; but, using the following tips will help you get the job done without leaving a huge impact on your wallet.

Here are some ideas to get started on your bathroom renovations:

  • Refinish the tub and fit it with new fixtures to give it a new look and new life.
  • Paint the cabinets to add flare and an updated look to your bathroom.
  • Replace the bulky cabinet-style sink with a smaller pedestal sink for more space and functionality.

Update Your Shower Fixtures

For some, there is nothing more relaxing and invigorating than a hot shower. Now imagine, stepping into that shower and looking up at a beautiful, modern showerhead. Showerheads have come a long way since you were a child. In fact, there are showerheads that are lighted, beam beautiful colors of light, and produce water similar to a serene waterfall. To give your shower an innovative and stylish makeover, contact the professionals at Metro Rooter today. We’ll be happy to review your ideas with you and see what we can come with up together.

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