Thoroughly examine your bathroom space and the available rooms next to the toilet. Take accurate measurements of the toilet and adjoining rooms. Transpose those measurements to size on the graph newspaper. Look for any closets posting a common wall structure with your bathrooms. Make sure to are the measurements of these closets. Check your drawing to find out when you can remove a wardrobe and add that space to your bathrooms. Does it square‐off your bathrooms? Will you skip the closet space? In the pre‐remodel photo here, the wallpapered wall structure on the right side of the entranceway was a wardrobe to the adjoining bedroom.
When the market falters, homeowners have a tendency to spend money on their homes. Contractors stay active with home improvement, as homeowners look to increase their home's value, install environmentally friendly fixtures and appliances and create a more enjoyable environment, especially in the bathroom. In case a homeowner wants to go the bathroom, it makes sense to do so during the remodeling to reduce the inconvenience of experiencing an unusable or semi‐usable bathroom. Plan the toilet move and home improvement job carefully to allow for a clean change.
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