3 Frequently Requested Features in a Bathroom Remodel
The best part of a bathroom remodel is being able to enjoy all the new, upgraded features that come with the finished product. But you have to be the one who calls the shots, by letting your remodeling professionals know what you want from your newly remodeled bathroom. If you’re feeling a little stuck, however, MBC Remodeling can help. In today’s blog, we’ll break down some of the most frequently requested features for bathroom remodels to jog some inspiration of what you might want.
A New Bath or Shower
You don’t have to have something revolutionary installed to give your bathroom a fresh, updated feel. You could just replace an outdated feature with a new and improved model. One example of this is a new shower or bath. Your shower or bath is one of the most commonly used features in your bathroom, so it should be one with which you’re comfortable. A spacious standing shower with customizable water pressure or a luxurious bath will help you fall in love with your bathroom all over again. If you have the space, you can even add a standing shower or a bathtub to a bathroom that already has the other.
Sometimes a bathroom that worked just fine for someone who was single no longer works when you move in with your significant other or start to have a family. Sharing a sink when you get ready in the morning can start to feel a little cramped and inconvenient. Double sinks allow you to get ready together while still having your own space. You can even separate your storage above or below the vanity this way. It will make your bathroom more organized and more comfortable for everyone in your home.
High Efficiency Toilets
In today’s society, eco-friendly home solutions are more important than ever. Recycling is on the rise and homeowners make an effort to choose more reusable products instead of one-use disposable products. Another way you can help to make your home more environmentally friendly is, oddly enough, with your toilet. Modern toilets have the option to be more high-efficiency, dual-flush toilets so that they use less water. You may have seen these in public restrooms in businesses you frequent, but they’re also becoming more common in residences. Not only does saving water help the environment, but it will also save you money on your water bill.Interested in any of these features or more for your upcoming bathroom remodel? Contact MBC Remodeling today for more information or to set up a free consultation.