Plumbing and Electrical Issues
With bathrooms come complex plumbing and electrical systems. Depending on the project, bathroom plumbing for faucets, drains or shower heads and sometimes electrical for lighting and outlets may need to be moved to accommodate new design features, such as a larger shower, adding lighting or vanity modification.
Bathroom layouts are usually smaller spaces, so fitting everything you want into the room can make organization challenging. We can help with space-saving solutions and choosing bathroom fixtures and features that work well in smaller areas. If this doesn’t fulfill your needs, a bathroom redesign could be an option.
Where there are bathrooms, there is plumbing running water behind drywall. And where there is electricity, there is wiring behind the walls. Therefore, when opening up areas during a demo, problems such as water deterioration, mold, or outdated wiring are a possibility. When found, the issues will need to be resolved by the remodeling team and if they can’t find a solution, the owner himself is a phone call away, which the customers admire because he will get the project moving again.
Doing it once, doing it right the first time saves you money down the road. Bathroom remodels can be expensive but think of it this way: take the cost and divide it over the next 15-20 years. Anderson Remodeling builds it to last.
Depending on the size of your project, there may need to be multiple contractors, such as plumbers, electricians, glass installers, countertop installers, and tile installers. Coordinating these remodeling professionals could be a challenge, but we do it all for you because most of them work directly for us.
With the help of a skilled contractor who has been in business for 42 years, Anderson Remodeling knows how to plan your bathroom remodel efficiently. Together we can create a space that meets your needs and fits your budget.