10 important stages of bathroom renovation

Bathroom renovation can be quite a complicated process, but by following certain steps, you can complete it successfully. Here are 10 important steps of bathroom renovation:

1. Planning and Design:

  • Determine your budget and make a spending plan.
  • Design your bathroom, including choosing tiles, fixtures, furniture and colour palette.

2. Dismantling:

  • Remove old tiles, plumbing fixtures and accessories.
  • Work to remove walls and partitions if necessary.

3. Electrical and Plumbing:

  • Perform electrical work including installation of outlets, switches and light fixtures.
  • Replace or upgrade plumbing pipes and drainage system.

4. Building work:

  • Put up new walls and partitions, if necessary.
  • Plaster and level walls.

5. Tile Installation:

  • Install ceramic or stone tiles on floor and walls.
  • Pay attention to quality filling of joints and sealing of corners.

6. Plumbing Installation:

  • Install the bathtub, shower stall, toilet and sink.
  • Connect the plumbing to the water supply and sewerage system.

7. Furniture and Accessories:

  • Install furniture (cabinets, shelves, mirror) and accessories (towel racks, soap dishes).
  • Complete the installation of faucets and shower headsets.

8. Painting and Finishing:

  • Paint the bathroom walls and ceiling.
  • Add finishing touches such as decorative elements and plastic skirting boards.

9. Install flooring:

  • Install flooring (tile, laminate, vinyl flooring, etc.).
  • Pay attention to quality joint filling.

10. Completion and clean-up:

  • Do a final inspection of the work and make sure everything is functioning properly.
  • Remove construction debris and remaining materials.
  • Add decorative items and textile accessories to give the room a cosy look.

Note that carrying out a bathroom renovation may require certain skills and knowledge, so you may need to hire professional builders or beauticians to carry out some stages of the work. Remember to follow safety precautions and adhere to building regulations.