TOP 3 BATHROOM RENOVATIONS FOR THE BEST RETURN ON INVESTMENT
It is well-established that improvements to the bathroom are one of the best ways to increase the value of your home. The average return on bathroom renovation averages around 70%. And a full renovation is not necessary to receive the benefits.
Bathrooms are one of the main talking points for home buyers today. A dreary, outdated bathroom - especially the master bath - drives potential buyers away. On the other hand, a functional, stylish, modern bathroom can be a huge selling point.
Whether you are preparing to put your home on the market or making improvements for your and your family, bathroom remodeling is a wise investment. Here are three of the most profitable projects to increase the value of your home.
Update Backsplash or Floor
Redesigning the backsplash can be as simple or complex as your budget allows and it can redefine the room to give you the new look you seek.
For the widest appeal, select classic and versatile tile that can fit several styles. But for the wow factor, choose bold colors, uniquely shaped mosaics, mixed materials or natural stone.
Select floor tile that fits the space and does not date the room. Standard 12" x 12" or 12" x 24" tile on the floor looks great in any era and come in many neutral styles.
INVEST IN SLAB COUNTERTOPS
Slab countertops are all the rage for several reasons. They are durable and give your vanity a continuous look that makes your bathroom look high-end.
Panoramic Porcelain Surfaces™ is our very popular large format porcelain slab. Featuring the look of natural stone, Panoramic Porcelain offers the beauty of natural stone with the low maintenance and strength porcelain.
If only the best will do, nothing can quite match the elegance of genuine natural stone countertops. They retain a like-new appearance while dealing with every day wear and tear like a champion.
Adding modifications for accessibility can be the most important selling point for some buyers.
The whole idea of universal design is not just for handicap accessibility, but involve changes that anyone can appreciate.
A zero entry shower (also called a curbless shower) has no threshold and can be a benefit for someone with limited mobility, the elderly, and even kids.
An open section under the countertop is not only wheelchair accessible, it makes a perfect vanity.
Chip Wade shares his insight for built-in shower shelves - functional style at its best.
What's the best bathroom vanity countertop? Chip Wade answers this common question.
Real wood in a shower is crazy. But slip-resistant wood look tile is perfect for the shower.