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Do research on the internet. Then, make a plan. Determine your budget. Qualify a contractor. If you are thinking about an elaborate bathroom, you may want to hire an architect. They can even help you find a contractor, especially one they may have worked with.
We recommend that clients take a look at our website, our online testimonials and our Guild Quality feedback and scores to get a good feel for our company. Next we recommend they take some time to fill our Bath Planning Questionnaire so our design team will know exactly where to begin! Filling out this questionnaire is completely optional, but we have found that the questions help our clients gain insight into their needs for their new space.
The first thing is to decide is this going to be just a swap out of fixtures in place of existing fixtures, a full custom redesign of your bath or a combination of those two. Then you should create a realistic budget for what work you would like to do. The problem can be what is a realistic budget? You can call bathroom remodeling contractors and designers in your area and get a feel for what a bathroom remodel might cost just by having a few phone conversations. Be up front with details and ideas that you might be thinking about. The more information you share the better feedback they will be able to give you. With these phone calls you will not only get a good feel for what it might need to invest to get the bath you have pictured in your mind, but will have a chance to interview a few different contractors and designers on the phone. Then you can decide which two or three you would like to have out to do a in person on site interview.
The best bathroom remodels are the ones that start with a realistic budget, clear defined set of plans and a contractor or designer that you fully trust for guidance and advice.
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Find a design-build contractor you trust and let them take you through their system. They will take all of the guess-work and most of the headaches out of th process, ensuring you enjoy the project during AND after. Also, check out the site https://Houzz.com Houzz is a great site for organizing your ideas and generating new ideas for design and product.
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