A Master Bathroom adds dollar-for-dollar value to your home when you decide to sell

A Master Bathroom can provide maximum comfort and functionality for luxurious living

A Master Bathroom can be updated to today's modern technological advances

Adding Value and Comfort with a Master Bathroom

Whether you’re about to put your home on the market and want to add to its value or just want to boost your home’s functionality and your personal comfort, you might be thinking about adding a master bathroom. Because of the financial investment and sheer amount of time involved with major home renovations, it’s best to have a solid roadmap to increase your chances of success and satisfaction.

Placement Matters

If you don’t already have a master bathroom to remodel or upgrade, give thought to where you want to place your new one. For instance, if you have a master bedroom, adding an en suite bathroom is a natural choice. In any case, there should be a sense of flow to the bathroom and whatever room it’s attached to, leaving plenty of walking space from room to room.

Use a Virtual Planner

Before walls start coming down and fixtures start going up, it’s best to create a design using a virtual bathroom planner. With it, you’ll have a better idea of what your bathroom will look like when it’s finished so you can make adjustments and changes before any actual work is done. Using a planner is much better than spending time and money on a design that you end up not liking.

Turn to the Experts

While there are plenty of online resources you can use to design your master bathroom, sometimes you need the advice and experience of seasoned remodeling and design experts. Besides refining your ideas and suggesting new ones, experts can let you know if there are any building permits needed or code requirements to keep in mind, both of which will add to your overall project cost.

Completing Your Master Bathroom

Once your design is finalized and approved, it’s time to start the demolition or construction work. If you’re remodeling an existing master bathroom, make sure you have made arrangements to have access to another functioning bathroom or stay at another location temporarily. For new construction, remember you’ll have to turn off the water and electric while new lines are added. Once the major work is completed, it’s time to add the finished product materials such as the flooring, tub, toilet, vanity, and other accessories you’ll be using. Before you know it, your new master bathroom is ready to enjoy.