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Before you begin a major home improvement project like remodelling your bathroom you should think about the changes you want. Consider the style you prefer, some of the items that you need to upgrade, and set a budget for the entire project. Refreshing your bathroom with an entirely new look will be a successful project if you read the following tips on products and costs for bathroom remodelling.

Take Measurements
One of the first steps that you should take is to measure your bathroom. Make notes of where all wiring is located and where the waste pipes are so that you will know if you want them moved to accommodate a steam shower, new toilet, or a vanity with double basins. Keep in mind that relocating wiring or piping will add a great deal of cost to the overall remodelling project.

Make a Scaled Drawing
Next, you should make a scaled drawing on some graph paper that shows where the windows and doors are, where existing structures such as cabinetry and other fixtures are located, and gives you a good representation of the space with which you have to work. When you review websites such as http://www.jtspas.co.uk/steam-showers-2158-c.asp or visit local shops, have the drawing with you so that you can compare sizes of the new baths, showers, and toilets that you want to install. Make sure that the products you are considering buying will fit into the available space.

Bathroom Costs
Many people set a budget for remodelling, but then when they begin to shop for new showers and baths they forget the budget and let their dream of a luxurious bathroom take over. Your best policy will to be to factor into your bathroom remodelling budget a 10% overrun to cover any unforeseen costs. To save money you may want to shop for a suite of items that include a number of the fixtures that you want to upgrade. Remodelling your bathroom can cost anywhere from £500 to £2,000 depending on the brand that you purchase, the quality of the fixtures, and whether you buy top-quality  products or mid or lower-range options. You’ll be able to find very inexpensive showers, baths, toilets, and basins but keep in mind that you will get what you pay for. It’s important to choose a brand that will provide you with good service for years to come. So when you are thinking about costs, consider mid-range items if you’re on a budget; skimping on quality will not bring the satisfaction that you want from your new bathroom installation.

Shop Carefully
In order to get the most for your money you should search for suppliers that offer discounts for the purchase of multiple items, those who provide free shipping to your home, and those who have an attractive finance programme that you can use. Another wise technique to use is to shop seasonal sales and year-end clearances where you can get last year’s models at a lower price.

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