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How to Plan a Bathroom Remodel

Given how much of your morning and nightly routines are spent in the bathroom, shouldn’t it be a space that comforts and refreshes you rather than one that has you feeling bored and gloomy? Perhaps you’ve long wanted to revitalize your bathroom’s visual appeal, as well as its functionality, but you’ve continuously put it off in favor of other home projects. Or maybe you really want to renovate the space and you’re just not sure how to go about starting the project. Well, let L.J. Stone Company, Inc. help with that. If you’re unclear about how you should plan your bathroom remodel, follow these steps:

Get Started

Of course, the early stages of planning your bathroom remodel should center on you deciding what exactly you want to do for the project. Do you want a complete overhaul, or are you looking at more minor upgrades that target specific areas of the room? Once you decide the scope of your project, you’ll find it much easier to move forward with the rest of the process.

Determine Your Budget

Another significant step in the early portion of your bathroom remodel process involves setting a budget for yourself. No matter if you’re working with a contractor or making this a DIY renovation, you’ll need to have a clear idea of how much you want to spend. Keep all aspects of the project in mind when doing so, and if it’s financially feasible, give yourself some breathing room in both directions as you put together your budget. You may end up paying a little bit more than the budget calls for, or you may end up spending less.

Define Your Vision

As much as it helps to know what type of project you want from the start, you’ll find that there will be a point when you truly need to narrow down and specifically define your vision for the project. What visual and functional features do you want your bathroom to have? Are you someone who prefers a classic look or a modern aesthetic? Do you have any sort of theme you’re wanting to follow for the space? These are some of the questions you should answer before you truly get to work on the remodel.

Find a Bathroom Remodeling Contractor to Partner With

If you’re not the DIY type or you’d simply feel better about working with a contractor for a project as significant as a bathroom remodel, finding one that you can wholeheartedly rely on is the next step in the process. As you’re searching for potential partners, be sure you’re talking to ones that can properly execute your vision and work within your budget. Most contractors will even work with you on the design aspect of your project so they can make sure you’re getting exactly what you’re looking for.

Turn to Us for a Stunning Bathroom Remodel at Your Home

L.J. Stone Company, Inc. is the bathroom remodeling contractor to partner with for affordable-yet-transformative projects in the Indianapolis, Indiana, area. We focus primarily on the wet area of the bathroom, offering tub-to-shower conversions, as well as installations of walk-in tubs and walk-in showers. You’ll be blown away by how much an upgraded wet area can do for your bathroom’s aesthetic as a whole. And given the durable, high-gloss acrylic bath products we offer in a variety of colors and finishes, you’re sure to love the upgrades we can provide for your space.

For more information about planning your bathroom remodel or to find out more about why you should partner with L.J. Stone Company, Inc. for your renovation project, get in touch with us today. We proudly serve homeowners in Indianapolis and throughout Indiana.

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L.J. Stone Co., Inc. has gone from a one-man operation to one of the largest home improvement companies in Indiana, specializing in one day bath replacements, tub to shower conversions, walk in tubs, replacement windows and doors as well as patio covers, pergolas and retractable awnings.

Our mission is to provide you, our customer, with a quality product installed in your home by trained craftsmen, and to continue to provide you outstanding service in the years to come.

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