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At first, glance, tackling a bathroom renovation might seem doable. Most bathrooms are pretty small, so how much time can it possibly take? The reality is, the bathroom has the plumbing to take care of, plenty of electrical issues, many oddly shaped pieces of hardware and more.
It isn’t impossible to do bathroom renovations yourself, but the vast majority of people are going to benefit from using a company that specialises in full bathroom renovations. Here are just a few reasons why.
There is no getting around the fact that any good bathroom renovation is going to take a decent amount of time. This is not something that should be rushed. If a person decides
to handle the renovation on their own, it can take a significant amount of time and effort to finish.
Things become even more complicated if the home only has one full bathroom. When doing a renovation, the bathroom can be out of commission for periods. Doing work yourself can leave everyone in the household without a fully functional bathroom for a long time.
A renovation company knows precisely what they are doing, and they can bring in more than one worker at a time. This means getting everything back to working order in a short amount of time. They are usually able to provide a ballpark figure on the amount of time the project will take from beginning to end so that people can plan for alternative bathroom solutions.
Plumbing and Electrical Work
Trying to handle plumbing and electrical work without a ton of previous experience can lead to some pretty serious complications. There are local code requirements that need to be met, and a local plumber or electrician will know all the specifics.
Poor plumbing can mess up the entire home if not hooked up correctly. Improper electrical work can lead to a fire. This is not something to mess with as a novice during a renovation.
Bath Tub/Shower Installation
Every full bathroom, at minimum, has a sink, toilet and bathtub/shower. Out of the three, the bathtub/shower is the toughest to install. That’s why a renovation company should handle everything.
It might seem easy to stick up against the wall, but it needs to match up with the tile and be hooked up to pipes properly.