If you think you will be staying in your house for at least a few years, your bathrooms are a great place to invest some money. Typically, they can return up to 80 percent of your investment when you do finally decide to sell your house, which is about as good of a return as you are going to get on any home remodeling project. However, you must be sure to hire a great Sacramento bathroom contractor for the job, otherwise the quality of the work will be substandard, and the return will not be as good.
The vast majority of homeowners choose to do full bathroom remodels, removing all of the dated items and replacing them with more modern flooring, fixtures, and colors. These full bathroom remodels were spurred on by a change in the philosophy about home bathrooms. Decades ago, bathrooms were just thought of as places that served a purpose. Because of this, they were often cold, white rooms with no personality. However, that thought process has changed. Homeowners have realized that their bathrooms are rooms that they will spend time in each and every day. That’s why many choose to modernize. Even if you don’t have the budget to remodel your entire bathroom, new fixtures and a new coat of modern-colored paint can do wonders. But make sure you are using a reputable Sacramento bathroom contractor, because the last thing you need is an inexperienced company coming in and leaving you with plumbing and electrical problems.
To learn more about how investing in your bathroom can provide a great return, please take a look at the video below:
To speak with an experienced Sacramento bathroom contractor, please contact Russ Johnson Construction today.
SACRAMENTO BATHROOM DESIGN VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:
TITLE: Invest in Your Bathroom for a Great Return
NARRATION: Bathrooms are a great investment in your home if you’re planning on living in your house for a few years. You can usually get about eighty percent return on your investment, but it comes down to doing quality work.
Most people are doing full bathroom remodels, mostly to get rid of the white and the polished brass that was so prevalent over the last few years, went to warmer tones and more natural stone, and stone look tiles, and so forth.
Don’t skimp on your fixtures, for example, because this is a highly utilized area, and you want things are gonna hold up. If you’re trying to do your bathroom on a budget, consider just choosing a couple of elements of the bathroom to remodel. Maybe you keep the floor but change out the sink in order to meet your budget.
It helps a lot if people do some homework on choices of what they’re looking for, and products and colors and so forth. Do some shopping ahead of time so they have no idea of what is available.
Also, because it’s the bathroom, you’re talking about a lot of electrical and plumbing work. So be sure that the contractor or the subcontractors that are going to be doing that type of work are properly licensed.