I'm Sandra Adams, a blogger and enthusiast of many eclectic targets, including pottery and industrial equipment and supplies. I've traced my family tree as far back as I can go and there is not one moment where my family hasn't been involved in manufacturing. My dad worked as a mechanic repairing industrial machinery and if it wasn't for me, he wouldn't have anyone to pass down his knowledge to. I've always wanted to know what my dad was up to, so I'd ask him what he did everyday. I've always been really curious and this has lead me to develop a really strong understanding of industrial equipment. My love for industrial equipment hasn't waned and now I feel like sharing this knowledge with others. I've created this blog for this exact purpose.
Your master bathroom is the first place you visit after your alarm clock rings and it's the last place you visit right before you turn in for the night. Since your master bathroom is such an important part of your daily life, it makes sense that it should be a space that you actually enjoy spending time in.
If this space is old, outdated, and looks like it would have fit nicely in the home of the Brady Bunch, you probably don't feel overjoyed when you enter it (unless you really dig the 70s retro look). Turn that outdated space into the bathroom of your dreams.
Here's a look at what you'll need to do in order to successfully prepare for the first phase of your bathroom remodel project: getting ready.
Hire a Contractor
Unless you know you are an expert plumber, electrician, and tile installer, the first thing you're going to want to do is employ the help of a licensed and insured contractor. This professional will provide you will oversee your project and will provide you with access to other industry experts you'll need to get the job done.
Planning the Design
Together, you and your contractor can plan the design of your new master bathroom. You probably already have an idea in mind, but you may want to go through some design magazines to really know what you want to achieve.
Once you and your contractor have a firm idea about the design and layout of the bathroom, head to a home supply store together so that you can choose the elements you want to include in the space; the sink, vanity, tub, tiles, etc.
Prepare for Demo
Now it's time to get ready for demolition. Your contractor will direct the process; however, you may want to lend a hand. How can you help? There are several ways, including:
With these tips in mind, you will be well on your way to completing phase 1 of your remodel project and achieving the master bathroom of your dreams.Share
2 March 2015