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Bathroom Remodeling Troutdale OR

Remodeling your bathroom is one of the best investments you can make. You can do a lot by just changing the bathroom fixtures and if you go green and buy low flow faucets and showerheads, you will definitely feel the energy-savings difference. Please scroll down for some useful bathroom remodeling ideas and access to the local bathroom remodeling contractors in Troutdale, OR listed below that can make it happen.

Maughan Design
(503) 241-4059
1910 Lovejoy
Portland, OR
 
City Home Improvement Incorporated
(503) 253-7591
8811 Ne Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR
 
All Weather Home Remodeling Company Incorporated
(503) 284-9306
5005 Ne Fremont St
Portland, OR
 
Careful Remodelers The Inc
(503) 774-2810
2704 Se 65th Ave
Portland, OR
 
Christensen Plumbing
(360) 892-3425
20315 Ne 68th St
Vancouver, WA
 
GFM Construction
(360) 909-5166
6021 NW Elmway Drive
Camas, WA
 
Distinctive Painting, LLC
(503) 200-3544
4528 NE Failing St
Portland, OR
Services
Free Painting Estimates
Licenses / Certifications
CCB#187891

C & D Remodeling
(360) 828-1579
9506 Ne 3rd St
Vancouver, WA
 
RJ RAMOS Construction Co.
(503) 233-1435
6808 SE 74TH Ave.
Portland, OR
Services
Portland Remodeling, Window Replacement, Siding, Roofing, Gutters, Kitchen Remodeling, Bathroom Remodeling, Room Additions, Painting, Drywall, Electrical Repairs, General Contracting, Commercial Remodeling, Rental Property Maintenance

Custom Remodeling Company
(360) 256-3379
12604 Ne 76th St
Vancouver, WA
 

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Planning a bathroom remodeling project this summer? It’s one of the best investments you can make in your home, according to real estate experts. Should you ever consider selling your home, the condition and amenities of the bathrooms “can really make or break a sale,” says Silas Deane, president of Baden Bath, located in Nashville, Tenn. He offers the following tips for homeowners embarking on a bathroom remodeling project.

Design for functionality. Most bathrooms are used by more than one person, so keep that in mind when designing your new bathroom. If possible, separate toilets from the rest of the bathroom, and consider installing double sinks.

• Let there be light. Even if your bathroom is small, you can make it appear larger by lightening it up with either natural light or lighting fixtures.

• Feel free to vent. Proper ventilation prevents mold and mildew, two common problems in bathrooms. Many energy-efficient venting systems are available that can help control moisture and improve indoor air quality as well.

• Go tankless. Customized shower systems and tubs often require a greater volume of water. But rather than rely on an inefficient tank-style water heater, consider a tankless, on-demand water heater, which heats water as it flows through the heater and helps control energy costs.

• Expect the unexpected. With bathroom plumbing, unexpected problems can arise, resulting in unexpected costs. Set aside roughly 10 percent of the cost of labor for a cushion. For more information: www.badenbath.com or 615-620-7700.

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