There are some aspects that we will pay attention in remodeling of the client’s bathroom:
Layout: This includes the placement of the toilet, sink, shower/bath, and any other fixtures. Depending on the size of the bathroom and your personal preferences, there may be different layouts that work best.
Plumbing: Remodeling a bathroom often involves making changes to the plumbing. This may involve moving the location of the toilet or sink, installing a new shower or bathtub, or updating the existing pipes and fixtures, which will be done by a licensed plumber.
Lighting: Good lighting is important in a bathroom, both for practical reasons (like shaving or applying makeup) and for creating a relaxing atmosphere.
Storage: This might involve installing built-in cabinets, adding shelves or hooks, or finding creative ways to use the space under the sink or above the toilet.
Flooring and walls: The flooring and walls in a bathroom can have a big impact on the overall look and feel of the room.
Accessibility: Finally, if you or someone in your household has mobility issues, it's important to consider accessibility when remodeling a bathroom. This might involve installing grab bars, widening doorways, or creating a walk-in shower that doesn't require stepping over a high tub edge