As a homeowner you are proud of the place you call home and rightly so. After all, your house may well be the most expensive purchase you ever make. Likewise, it is a purchase you will have to live with for a very long time, possibly the rest of your life. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as the perfect home which many new homeowners have learned once they moved into their new dream house. The problem is usually something minor like the arrangement of the kitchen or the placement of the sink in the bathroom. However, these aren’t always as easy to fix as most people think. For instance, rearranging the kitchen usually requires running extra pipe for the fresh water supply as well as extending the drain lines.
Bathroom Remodeling in Appleton, WI can be even harder. The remodel must take into consideration where the existing plumbing is located as well as what is required to tie the new plumbing to these lines. If the object is to simply move the sink and vanity a little then this may not be a large problem, but if you plan to add a separate shower stall or move the tub then things can get very difficult very quickly. An even larger problem arises if the remodel requires moving the toilet from it’s original location.
There are many possibilities once you have decided on Bathroom Remodeling in Appleton, WI. You can opt for that all glass look with a custom shower or shower/tub combination or you can keep things simple with the old fashioned look of a standard tub. Even if you opt for a budget tub and toilet you can still make the bath look great with the right fixtures. For example, installing brushed nickel faucets in the tub and sink gives the room a matching look that shouts class. On the other hand, brass faucets give the room a classic look that is hard to beat. Whichever you choose be sure to keep the metal surfaces in the room in a matching style. Mixing brass with chrome or nickel creates a visual imbalance that is hard on the eyes. You can learn more about bathroom remodeling by contacting an expert like Hanson’s Quality Plumbing Inc.