Remodeling a bathroom is nothing like a piece of cake or a walk in the park because it’s an essential part of the house that involves complicated plumbing. You have to make sure that the new fixtures you choose will not only fit the design but also the bathroom’s layout. You also need to measure out everything even if you’re only rearranging things and adding a few items. If you’re planning to sell your home, the bathroom may not be the first thing that potential home buyers will see but it’s a crucial element that can always make or break the sale.
In the 2018 Cost vs Value Report
by Remodeling Magazine, a mid-range bathroom remodels costs an average of $19,134 and has a resale value of $13,422, which recouped the costs by 70.1%. Moreover, the National Association of Home Builders Remodeling Market Index or the RMI survey
always includes bathroom and kitchen remodeling as the two most common remodeling jobs.
So for homeowners and sellers alike, here are some of the biggest mistakes when renovating a bathroom you need to take note of: