4 Signs it’s Time to Remodel Your Bathroom

gem qualitiesYour bathroom is easily one of the most important rooms in your home; it’s certainly among the most frequently used! It’s easy, however, to overlook this space when it’s time to update your living space. You can be honest; how long has it been since you’ve shown your bathroom the same love and care you give your kitchen and living room? If it’s been a while or if you can’t remember, then it’s time to start thinking about it. Here are four signs it’s time to remodel your bathroom.

1. There’s Visible Damage

Because this space is used so often, it’s possible that it might have experienced some natural wear and tear over the years. Things like chipped paint, watermarks, broken fixtures, and mold problems can be eye-sores and even cause further damage to your home.

2. It’s No Longer Big Enough

It’s possible that your family has grown since you purchased your home. If this is the case, the bathroom that originally met your needs may no longer be large enough to accommodate. A simple remodel could expand the space so it works better for you and your family.

3. You Need More Storage

Along the same vein, your bathroom may no longer provide the necessary storage needed for personal items and linens. While you may not need to expand the entire space, it might be worth looking into installing more functional cabinets and shelves.

4. The Space is Outdated

You know if your bathroom is outdated and, luckily, it’s not hard to fix. Changing the color of the space is a great start, as is replacing lighting fixtures. Even small adjustments like this can help bring your bathroom into this century.

Contact GEM Qualities Inc. for Bathroom Remodeling

Ready to jump into a bathroom remodeling project? GEM Qualities Remodeling can help! Visit our website to for information about our services or call (206) 557–6509 to set up an appointment.

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