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How to Prepare for Your Bath Remodeling Project

Remodeling your bathroom is a great way to give your home's interior a boost. Your local bathroom remodelers do their best to minimize the impact their work has on your daily life. The more prepared you are for the project, the smoother the process will go. Here are a few tips from local bath remodelers that will help you prepare before they arrive.

Confirm the Timeline

One of the best ways to ensure that your project goes smoothly is to confirm the timeline of the project. Once you and your contractor agree on a design plan, you'll want to make sure that you're on the same page as far as scheduling goes. Confirm the start date, and make sure that you're ready to go when your contractor shows up on the agreed-upon date.

Understand the Construction Process

Depending on the extent of your project, you might have to remove everything from the bathroom, or just from a few areas. Be sure that you've removed everything that needs to be taken out of the bathroom before the bath remodelers arrive. This will allow the team to get to work right away. If you're not sure exactly what needs to be removed, it's always better to err on the side of caution and remove more than you think is necessary.

Create a Schedule for Your Family

One way to minimize the impact of your remodel is to create a schedule for your family while you're down a bathroom. The more organized you are, the easier it will be to get through the project with the least amount of stress. If you have more than one bathroom, the process will be much easier with a bit of planning. Take the time to schedule showers, splitting them up between the evening and morning. This will decrease the amount of traffic that your supplemental bathroom will have to absorb.

These are the things you should do to prepare for a bathroom remodeling project. According to Remodelista, the cost of any bathroom project should not exceed 5% to 10% of the overall value of your house. Give our team at ATK Duluth a call today to get a quote or to learn more about our services. We look forward to improving your home.

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