Bathroom Remodeling Services
The bathroom is an often-overlooked component of homes, falling behind kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms in the line of projects to tackle. But as the place where you likely start and end your day, your bathroom is a key element of daily life, having the potential to provide an oasis for relaxation and rejuvenation.
At Baumbach Plumbing & Remodeling, we provide comprehensive bathroom remodeling and plumbing services to help transform your bathroom into a beautiful, relaxing space. Whether you’re replacing fixtures, completely redoing the layout of the bathroom, or installing a new shower, our team can help. Our skilled plumbers work efficiently and with high attention to detail, ensuring your remodeled bathroom looks beautiful and functions properly.
Benefits of Professional Custom Plumbing Solutions
With years of experience, we’ve seen countless DIY installations that end up doing more harm than good. The property owners may have had the right intention of saving money, but the truth is there is no replacement for a professional plumbing installation. Plus, the money saved from doing it yourself can be easily lost with problems down the road resulting from poor installation.
In many cases, a bad installation job might not be noticed at first, slowly leaking water and causing property damage as well as increased utility bills. That’s why it’s important to start with a professional installation from Baumbach Plumbing & Remodeling to avoid these small issues that can quickly turn into a major problem. After every installation job, we’ll do a thorough investigation to make sure everything is working right before we leave your property. We also provide custom plumbing solutions that are tailored specifically to your bathroom remodeling project, leaving you with the finished project you envisioned from the start.
What to Consider in Bathroom Remodeling Projects
As you consider remodeling your bathroom, there are a range of factors you’ll need to consider in getting started. Maybe your top priority is getting the glass shower you’ve always dreamed of, or maybe you simply want a minor upgrade with a low budget. Some factors to consider include:
• How do you use the bathroom? While this question can get rather personal, considering how you use the bathroom can help inform the layout, colors, and plumbing fixtures you choose. Factors like whether you want to take long, relaxing soaks in the tub or quick, standing showers will determine what fixtures make the most sense for your space.
• Do you need to accommodate varying physical abilities? If you are in your later years of life, have varied physical abilities, or have parents or regular guests who are unstable in the shower, you may want to add accommodations to the bathroom to provide assistance. That may mean adding railings next to the toilet or leaving space in the shower for a chair.
• How many people use the bathroom? Consider how crowded the bathroom gets in the morning or evening, possibly incorporating two sinks for kids to brush their teeth more easily or a longer mirror for getting ready.