Bathroom Renovation Checklist
Before starting your bathroom project the following items should be considered:
Do you need a vanity with storage?
Do you need one basin or two?
Do you like where it is located or should it be somewhere else in the room?
Do you like your faucets?
Do you want a different look, material or style?
Is the tub in the right location?
Is it large enough and comfortable enough?
Do you want a whirlpool bath?
Is your tub safe?
Can you easily reach the faucets?
- Fixture color
Do you like the color of your fixtures? If not, you should choose a new color. Just remember that different manufacturers’ colors are different. You should stick with one manufacturer so that all of the fixtures match.
Do you want a standalone shower?
Do you want it large enough for one person or for two people?
Do you want it to be a steam shower?
Do you want it to be large enough to have a seat?
What type of door do you want or do you want one without any door?
Do you have enough lighting for all of your needs? Remember to have outlets for reading, makeup, shaving, etc.
Make sure you have CFCI outlets to guard against shock
Do you need storage for all of your needs?
Do you have a linen closet outside of the bathroom or do you need storage for all of your bath and grooming needs within the room?
Do you have enough space in your shower and bathtub for shampoo etc?
Do you have enough towel bars and hooks?
Do you have ventilation in your bathroom either through an exhaust fan or a window?
If you have an exhaust fan is it too loud?
Is the heat from the rest of your house sufficient for your bathroom or do you want to consider supplemental heat such as radiant floor heat?
Are the surfaces in your bathroom easy to clean and maintain?
Is it easy to maneuver in your room?
If your room has to be used by multiple people, can it handle family needs quickly?
Do you need any special features such as hand rails, etc?
All of the above items should be considered before you start renovating your room. If you are only making small changes, look at those sections that you are going to redo. Make sure you plan thoroughly before starting your job.
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