Bathroom Renovation Checklist
Laura Cooper Peterson
December 28, 2011
Take a small tour of your bathroom, and examine.
Make a checklist of things which don’t work and need to be completely replaced.
Make a lit of things which needs minor repairs.
Store the things which can be reused in a separate room.
If necessary, consult with a bathroom renovation expert.
Assess the difficulty of your renovation.
Plan the time needed to complete the job.
Compile a list of renovation resources.
Analyse your renovation budget.
Purchase new fixtures and flooring within your budget.
Fix all the pipes, the sink, shower, faucets, etc
If the pipes or other metal parts are rusted, then better get them replaced.
Change a shower or bath tub – decide which one you prefer.
Choose fixtures that enhance the appearance of your bathroom while conserving water and energy.
Install larger diameter water pipes to allow greater flow or pressure balancing valves.
Ensure that the drainage system is sufficiently vented.
Fix the damaged walls by getting rid of the cracked paints, filling up any holes or cracks in the walls.
Apply a primer and sealer to increase the life of the paint and the walls.
Apply a semi gloss finish to the walls, to protect them better.
Add some fixtures to improve bathroom lighting.
Add a skylight window, if the source of natural light in the bathroom is limited.
Update lighting so that it is adequate and energy efficient.
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