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Ask real estate professionals which part of the house is usually the focus of home improvement projects, and most, if not all, will tell you it’s the bathroom. One of the most common motivations of homeowners for choosing this type of home improvement is increasing home value (aka the ROI [return on investment] of a bathroom remodel).  According to Remodeling Magazine’s latest cost vs. value report, the national average cost of a mid-range bathroom remodel is $20,420, and the return on investment stands at 67.2%.

While there’s no doubt that focusing on improving the bathroom can add value to the home, bathroom remodeling can still be an intimidating process for anyone worried about protecting their investment into their home. That’s why it’s always a good idea to find a trustworthy and reliable company to guide you through the process.

At Bath Masters, our expert bathroom remodelers have the knowledge and expertise to transform any bathroom space into a beautiful, functional, and modern room that enhances your home’s value. If you’re concerned about making the most out of your bathroom remodeling project, take a look at these tips from our team on how to make your next bathroom remodel pay off.

Repair Where Necessary

Sometimes there’s no need to think big when it comes to improving your bathroom. In many bathroom remodeling cases, the types of projects that bring the most value are those that involve repairing what’s broken.

By repairing what needs to be fixed, you are actually avoiding serious problems that are potentially costly to address. Keep in mind that taking care of these little things can go a long way in boosting your property’s value.

Opting for Timeless Designs

If you want your bathroom remodel project to pay off, avoid going for bathroom designs that are too trendy. Instead, opt for classic and timeless designs to ensure that your home’s appeal will be able to withstand the test of time—and will be appealing for a wide range of potential buyers for years to come.

In short, consider the long-term. Don’t just jump into the bandwagon and automatically go for the latest trends, as these could be outdated in a few years.

Upgrade Your Fixtures

You don’t have to burn a hole in your pocket for fancy new features in your bathroom such as a jacuzzi. You can refinish or replace your tub, get a toilet that is at a comfortable height or with a dual flush, upgrade with ADA approved bath products, install faucets that are in a simple yet sleek design, and consider warm floors with electric heating under the tiles.

Additionally, focusing on accessories can make a huge differences in the beauty and design of your bathroom—at a fraction of the cost of a full remodel. For example, you can focus on changing the towel bar, shower head, or drawer knobs of your bathroom space with more modern and better quality ones.

Update Storage and Countertops

Get the most out of your bathroom remodeling project by updating your countertops and storage options. Upgrade with high-quality, low-maintenance cabinetry and lots of storage in your bathroom for quick and easy added value.

Guests and potential homebuyers are usually very attracted to spacious countertops, so install modern countertops that will give your bathroom a fresh new look. By maximizing space in key areas, you can create the illusion that the whole bathroom has been upgraded.

Your Trusted Bathroom Remodeling Experts in Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Texas

If you are looking for the most effective ways of increasing home value (aka the ROI [return on investment] of a bathroom remodel), it is highly recommended to contact Bath Masters—the most trusted bathroom remodeling specialists in the Dallas/ Fort Worth (DFW) Texas area.

For many years, we have exhibited our unwavering commitment to providing excellent quality products and top-tier workmanship. From replacement tubs and showers, down to the installation of walk-in tubs, roll-in showers, and bath conversions, Bath Masters can provide fast, hassle-free, and value-driven renovations.

If you want to learn more about how we can help you, contact us today by phone or fill out this quick online form to request for a free in-home estimate and consultation with one of our representatives.