Bathroom renovations can mean a large return on investment

It is a known fact that bathrooms rank near the top of the most important rooms in a home. Let’s face it, you’ll probably spend some amount of time in your bathroom every day of your life, so why not make it as enjoyable as possible. Renovating a bathroom can significantly increase the value of your home. There are many finishes to consider, and making the right choices will result in a bathroom you’re proud of and enjoy being in.

There are several reasons for remodelling a bathroom. In many cases, our clients have purchased an older home which has had very little work done in terms of renovations and they’re unhappy with the look and feel of their bathroom. Over the years, technology has evolved, products have evolved and therefore, so have bathrooms. So a lot of our clients want to add those modern or contemporary touches to their bathroom and bring it into the 21st century. At TBG we have many years of experience remodelling bathrooms, and we bring that experience to every project. We’ll be there to answer any question you may have about your bathroom renovation.

When you’re ready to renovate your bathroom, there are some things to consider. If the project is going to take more than a couple of days, do you have another bathroom at your disposal? You might not think about that at first, but it’s pretty important. Another thing to consider is, if you have an old bathroom, what kind of problems might be discovered during the renovation? A common problem in older bathrooms is mold. Mold can be a serious problem that can lead to illnesses. When mold is disturbed, spores can be released into the air, and you can breath them in without even realizing it. If your bathroom has a major mold problem, it’s a good decision to have it removed properly by professionals like TBG. By installing plastic moisture barriers at the entrance to your bathroom and wearing safety masks, we will ensure that any mold problems do not spread and we will dispose of them properly and safely without any risk to you and your family.


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