A bathroom renovation is often quite a job. Whether you do the renovation yourself or have it done by a professional; there are many choices you have to make. Use the tips below and you can enjoy your new bathroom for years to come.

Choose the right format

There are countless options in terms of sanitary ware, tiles and furnishings for your bathroom. Therefore, think carefully about your wishes and requirements. For example, do you want a bath? You can choose to place your shower in the bath or opt for a separate shower. These choices affect the layout of your bathroom. It is wise to get advice from a bathroom expert. Thanks to their extensive experience and knowledge, they know how to transform every room into a dream bathroom.

Ease of cleaning

It may not be something you think about quickly, but ensure high cleaning convenience. For example, opt for floating products that keep your floor free and therefore easy to mop. This way you won't be bothered by obstacles, behind which dirt can accumulate.

Check the order

You are going to carry out the renovation yourself or the contractor have ordered the new bathroom accessories. Once it has been delivered, it is wise to check all items. Check whether you have received the right products, but also look carefully at any damage. A good check gives you certainty and prevents unnecessary work, irritations and problems afterwards.

Bathtub

The bathtub, also called bathtub, is filled by a tap that usually comes out of the wall. Usually the bath tap also has the option of connecting a hand shower to it, so that you can also shower in the bathtub. This way you save space in your bathroom! Do you have a large bathroom? Then you can opt for a freestanding bath. A freestanding bath is usually made of acrylic and reinforced with fiberglass. Because a freestanding bath is placed completely freestanding in the bathroom, you naturally want it to be perfectly finished and equipped with finishing panels. A big advantage of a freestanding bath is that they are easy to install.

Comfort and warmth

Choose comfortable warmth and have underfloor heating installed in your new bathroom. Underfloor heating is ideal in this room. Your bare feet do not have to walk on cold tiles and the heat is well distributed over the entire room. In addition, you do not need to install separate radiators. This is a nice bonus in a room that is generally too small rather than too large.

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