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Long-Term Benefits of Remodeling

Beyond addressing your immediate needs, bathroom remodels offer additional benefits that impact your life.

Here are a few long-term benefits of a good bathroom remodel project:

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Real estate agents always say that bathrooms and kitchens are what sell houses! It only stands to reason that a bathroom remodel can do positive things for your home’s value.
Not only will your home show better as buyers walk through, but a quality bathroom remodel is consistently within the top 15 home renovation projects that offer a solid return on investment—bathroomrenovations have a consistently high ROI.
The return on investment for an average bathroom remodel is anywhere from 60%-85%.

Depending on what was done and how recent the work was finished it would move around on that scale.

Add Safety and Accessibility Features

The goal for many remodels is to make the bathroom safer and more accessible for those with limited mobility or strength. With supplemental safety features and upgrades, you can rest assured knowing that the bathroom is a safe place once more.
As bathroom technology advances, so does the capacity for them to become more accessible.
It’s becoming less and less of a problem as the demand for accessible features increases.

Your average bathroom remodeler will offer all kinds of basic to advanced equipment to help with this:

Safety Bars
Non-Slip Floors
Shower Benches
Handheld
Shower Heads
Low threshold
bases
Walk-in Tubs

Conserve Water / Energy and Save Money

With energy-conserving upgrades, you can save resources and money! By swapping out old products for newer, more efficient options you can save money on both your monthly water and power bills.
The options for energy efficiency in bathrooms have greatly expanded in recent years. Just a few examples of these modern, yet simple technology solutions are:

Modern low-flow showerheads

Reduces the amount of wasted water by a monthly average of 60%.

LED Lights

Decrease the amount of electricity being used, resulting in an average annual savings for homeowners of $225.

Dual-flush toilets

Cut water usage by 67% when compared to traditional toilets.
The options are almost endless, and as energy costs and public demand for more energy efficient technologies increases, manufacturers will continue developing new models with each passing year.
The options are almost endless, and as energy costs and public demand for more energy efficient technologies increases, manufacturers will continue developing new models with each passing year.
With just these few examples, homeowners have the opportunity to cut water and electricity usage while keeping more of their hard-earned cash.