How to Know When It’s Time to Renovate Your Bathroom

Your bathroom is one of the most used rooms in your house and, as such, takes a lot of abuse over time. Constant showering and use make it especially susceptible to water damage and wear, something that even the strongest of materials will give way to eventually. Here are some signs that your bathroom is ready for a remodel.

Mold Growth

Whether it’s behind the shower walls or under the fixtures, growing mold can be an unsightly problem that causes destructive damage if left untreated. If you notice this problem in your bathroom, it’s likely time to get new, mold-resistant features that will take care of the issue now and prevent it from returning in the future.

High Energy Use

Recent technology in appliances has introduced greater and greater advances in energy and water usage. Switching out fixtures such as showerheads, toilets and sinks can cut your water costs dramatically, making it an update that pays for itself in the long run. If you’re still using old appliances, you’re likely paying a lot more for water and energy than you need to.

Out-of-Style Design

Bathrooms are often one of the most expensive rooms to remodel, but as styles change, you’ll get the biggest bang for your buck in this space if you’re looking to sell your home. Having an updated, stylish bathroom will make your home look like a better investment and a more enticing place to live.

If you’ve noticed these signs in your own dwelling, it may be time to consult with a contractor about updating your home. Click here to contact an expert in bathroom remodeling in San Diego.

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Rick advises people on apartments, homes and trends related to Real Estate.
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