Great Bathroom Renovation Starts with a Great Contractor!

Create a vision, make a budget, choose your style and materials, hire the right professionals, and get it done on time.

Think about what your ideal bathroom looks like. Imagine what you want and what the intended purpose will be. Who is this bathroom for? Is it a master bathroom? A powder bathroom? A kid’s bathroom?

Great renovation starts with a great contractor. When looking for a qualified contractor, it is common for you to use all your available resources. Word of mouth recommendations from others who have had similar work done recently, information from local licensing agencies, and internet resources like positive reviews are all helpful tools. At M&D Builders, we present you with trustworthy and reliable contractors and this all can be verified in your research.

 

Why Are You Remodeling?
There are three main reasons people want to remodel a bathroom.

Updating the look. If you’re happy with the layout of your current bathroom but feel it just needs a refresher, then you’ll be focusing your attention on material selection and perhaps new cabinetry or plumbing fixtures.

Resale value. If you’re updating your bathroom to sell, you’ll want to look at what potential buyers might want. While it’s hard to anticipate what a random buyer is looking for, you can do a little research on what appeals to the majority of homeowners. Talk to designers, neighbors, friends and family about what’s best for your area.

Better functionality and more storage. 

Perhaps you’ve always hated how the door swings open and hits the vanity or you’re tired of stacking toilet paper on the toilet reservoir. Perhaps, you desire a bathroom that comprises of more space, leaving more room of organizing your things and never seeing it out of place. Maybe you never use the bathtub and long for a larger shower, or wish for two sinks instead of one, or maybe you crave for more natural light. This level of remodelling will likely have you re-making the space, and possibly rearranging the elements within it and rerouting plumbing. This would result in an all-new look to your bathroom, bringing out the old, and in with the new.