Bathroom Remodeling Self-Planner

Unlike remodeling a kitchen, a bathroom has it’s own set of ideas to consider. Some of the questions we hear are ‘what’s new in bathroom remodeling?’ or ‘what are the latest trends or design ideas?’

In order to get you through the initial planning of your remodeling project we’ve put together a basic bathroom remodeling planner (below) that you can use to help you get started. We hope you find some value in it.

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Have additional questions? Give one of our bathroom remodeling specialists a call and we’ll be happy to answer those questions and provide you with additional guidance if need be. A project like this requires a lot of thought and effort and we want the process to be as painless as possible no matter who you choose as your contractor.

 

Basic bathroom remodeling planner

Hire A Contractor:

  • Use Angie’s List to search for reviews, ratings, and licensing of local bathroom remodeling contractors in your area.
  • Interview contractors to find out relevant background information. Be sure to ask about their experience on projects similar to yours and also whether or not they have in-house employees or subcontractors (this makes a huge difference).
  • Verify the contractors’ state license. This can be done using Angie’s List License Check tool.
  • If required, check their contractor or trade license.
  • Verify their references from previous bathroom remodeling jobs and ask relevant questions.

 

Thoroughly Examine the Contract:

  • Make sure the contract contains the following elements:
  • Detailed description of the whole project.
  • All materials to be used.
  • Brand-names of products.
  • Quality level of all materials.
  • Person responsible for pulling permits and submitting paperwork for inspections, if necessary.
  • A timeline showing the start and finish dates for each phase and the project as a whole.
  • Payment amounts and due dates for each.
  • The contractor’s insurance coverage information and property damage liability.
  • Warranties and guarantees on both craftsmanship and the final product.
  • A lien waiver for material suppliers or subcontractors.