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Bathroom Renovation Budgeting Tips

  • Establish and plan for a specific subject from the get go. You need to sit down and review your current financial situation, then decide on how much you can realistically spend on a renovation.
  • No matter how strict the budget, take it one step at a time. Don’t rush out and try to buy everything for your bathroom renovation at the same time. Instead, do some window-shopping and compare prices.
  • Try to shop when there are sales and discounts. If you had your eye on a gorgeous bathtub that you know that there is just no way you can afford, hold out for sales to see how much cheaper you can get it.
  • Try low-cost accessorizing. This refers to making the most of whatever you already have in your bathroom. If you love your red towel set, for example, use it as the basis for your colour scheme.
  • Decide whether you want to do the bathroom renovation yourself. If you are a little handy with tools and plumbing, you could actually save some money by doing the whole thing yourself.
  • Decide whether you want to hire a professional. If you have very little to no experience, hiring a professional will be your best bet at avoiding mistakes and issues that could end up costing you thousands to get repaired down the track.
  • Re-glaze your bathtub if it’s in good condition. Quite often, there is absolutely nothing wrong with the bathtub, so you could have it re-glazed to match your new bathroom renovation to save some money.
  • Use marble sheets instead of ceramic tile. There are a number of reasons for this, including that marble sheet is easier to install and is much easier to clean.
  • Establish what you really need in your bathroom at the start. This will avoid you from spending money on fixtures and accessories that you could probably have done without.