When most homeowners get around to remodeling their homes, usually the first room they worked on was the bathroom. It is small and therefore it seems easy to do. But, in fact, there might not be any room, with the exception of the kitchen, it will become more expensive, more intrusive, and more of a hassle to work on.
If you are thinking about remodeling your bathroom, then you have a lot of questions that you need answers and one of them is that spa bathtub you will see? From the top of your head, you might think that this is an easy choice. You just get a new, porcelain, white tub.
But, when you walk into your local home improvement store, you may be surprised to see that there is a whole aisle bathtub. There is a tub in a variety of sizes, shapes, colors, styles, tub with jets, a soft tub, and a tub that has legs. So, how can you decide which one is right for you?
The first thing you should consider is who is going to install it and how? If you try to stay on a tight budget, then get the same size tub that you already have. You might be able to vary the material it is made of or color, but by sticking with the same size, it will be easier to plumb.
When it comes to money, you should be aware that adding any type of jet for your bathtub will incur additional costs significantly. In addition to the additional pipe, most of the electrically powered as well, so the bathroom should be built for the electrical code to power the tub.
Remember that when you redecorate, you may at some point in the future to sell your home. Thus, by sticking with stylish bathrooms are pretty standard, you will be sure that will not take away from the value of the home. Some drastic redecorating their own style, just to put their homes on the market, find out what 'style' they are not universal and actually cause them to drop the price of the house.
Bathtub with legs, like the kind grandma used to bathe in, which is making a comeback. They are now made of all kinds of materials – from copper synthetic construction – and give every bathroom a certain charm. But again, remember that not everyone will see the charm, and if you sell your home, you may be forced to replace it.