Bathroom Renos FAQs

  • Are there other factors that can affect how my bathroom renovation unfolds?

    The age of the home and the last time the bathroom was renovated could determine whether you need to upgrade the electrical or plumbing. As well, materials chosen for the project could affect how long the project takes to complete. A good example of this would be a solid surface counter top. The top has to be templated after the vanity is installed. This generally adds a couple of weeks to the renovation process. Read More...
  • Are there elements you need to consider when renovating a bathroom?

    The three most important items to consider when renovating a bathroom are: Function Do you have small children or pets that require the use of a bathtub or would a walk in shower with a bench be more appropriate to your lifestyle? Safety Do you require a comfort-height toilet with grab bars to assist with using the toilet? In fact, consider installing grab bars in strategic locations to help prevent a slip or a fall. Make sure the floor is non slip, non skid. Moisture control Ensure that proper ventilation and waterproofing are used to prevent mold and mildew from causing problems in your bathroom. Read More...
  • Will I be able to use my bathroom during the renovation?

    Depending on the scope of your bathroom renovation, you may or may not have use of your toilet, sink, or shower/bathtub for a period of time. If you only have one bathroom in your home, arrangements will need to be made ahead of time to ensure that you still have access to a shower and a toilet. Read More...