The Bathroom Remodel, Part 1

Jericho Home Improvements, a Kansas City bathroom remodeling specialist, knows that between getting ready in the morning, using the facilities, showering/bathing, and preparing for bed, Americans, on average, spend 2.3 years of their lives in the bathroom! With this in mind, it’s safe to say the bathroom is one part of your home that needs to be tailored to YOU. Whether that involves minor aesthetic changes or major remodeling modifications, we have unlimited options for you.

Moreover, updating or adding a bathroom to your home is a home improvement project that adds value In other words, you’ll recoup a significant portion of costs when you sell your home, as much as 100%. With our streamlined approach, small bathrooms and large bathrooms alike are quoted according to each client’s individual needs. No hidden charges and no going over budget! First, are you also replacing the shower arm? You need to replace the shower arm first. Go to the bottom of this article to see how. Accessories are an important part of home decorating. They can make or break a room and are a great way to show off your collections and personalize your home d√©cor.

This remodel took me about a week and a half all together and cost a whopping $524 total for materials and $120 for tools. That is less than 1/3 of the contractor quote to just do the counters. Excellent Lens. I love reading about Feng Shui, and I think it’s especially important in the kitchen, since there are so many elements (appliances, cookware, utensils, etc.) Can very easily become cluttered. You can also use vintage light fixtures, old pieces of barn wood for shelves, or an old mirror above the sink. Every time you use something old instead of something new, you’re probably saving money and reducing your consumption. Both very good things!

If you’ve got your heart set on tile that’s artistic and expensive, use it as an accent alongside a cheaper tile. Not only will the artistic tiles be more¬†noticeable, but you’ll save a ton of money by only using a few here and there. The air conditioner vents heat and water condensation through the hole in the floor from the toilet we removed. This is no professional install. You’ll find a lot of duct tape in this solution. But it works.

At my request, Steve built window boxes out of scrap wood, which he stained the same cherry red as the mailbox post. They turned out looking like store-bought flower boxes, which I’d priced at about $40 apiece. Ours were essentially free (other than the stain). Oh my, sounds like you went through a lot! Thanks for sharing so we can learn. I am not handy at all, so I will stay away from renovating anything for now.