Bathrooms and kitchens are the two most sought after remodeling projects. Nothing can add more value to your home then a well done project in these two areas. Conversely, nothing other than serious mechanical or structural problem will diminish the value of your home more than an outdated or inferior bathroom or kitchen.
The vast majority of our articles are a lot more down to earth than the picture of the luxury bath below would indicate. Here in this section you will find articles related to improving your bathroom. Not all of which cost a lot of money.
There are quite a few one to three day projects that most DIY people can do that will add lasting comfort and value to your bathroom.
A total renovation done all at one time of the only bathroom in a one bath home can be quite a challenge if you are living in the house at the same time while a well planned series of smaller projects can accomplish the same goal over a period of time.
Five Considerations for your Next Bathroom Remodel
Bathroom renovations are among the most effective ways to improve quality of living space for homeowners as well as boost resale value for those planning to move. The changes in style and technology f......Read More
Bathroom Renovation-The Second Most Valuable Area
After a kitchen, the next best place to spend money on a renovation usually is the bathroom. If your home comes with a dingy little bathroom and you're able to expand its size (as well as put in new f......Read More
Replacing a Toilet Part One
This article, part 1 covers tools, preparation and old toilet removal. Replacing a toilet is a job well within the ability of most DYI people. It doesn't take any special tools and most people can pe......Read More
Replacing a Toilet Part Two
I usually prepare the tank and set it aside. You may have wondered when you read the material list why I told you to buy a set of tank bolts for a new toilet when they should come with the new toilet......Read More
Replacing a Toilet Part Three
The next step is to attach the tank to the bowl. Most toilets have a donut washer around the bottom of the flush valve which is located in the center of the tank. This provides a cushion and seals t......Read More