Home renovation projects can be a process filled with a lot of decision making. From picking paint colors to choosing fixtures and setup — it can feel like a ton of overwhelming decision to make.
Well luckily, if you’re in the middle of a bathroom renovation, we can help with one major decision most homeowners face, bathtub or shower. If space isn’t an issue, and you currently are thinking about ditching your bath for a shower stall, here’s why you might want to reconsider:
If there is a chance that your family might grow in the future, a bathtub is the most convenient bathing options for your young ones. If you ever plan to sell your home, having a bath will be more enticing to young homeowners, making it a more desirable sale.
On the other hand, if you plan to have an older family member live with you in the future, or currently have one, a shower stall might be a better option. Many handicap tub options make it easier to get in and out of the tub, but if that is not in your budget, consider doing a tub and stall. This can appease everyone and keep your home’s value high.
Go High End
If you do install a shower stall, consider going for a more high-end model. With various shower heads and low flow features, you can have a spa-like experience right at home. If you are sticking with a tub, why not consider a claw foot tub? It’s spacious and eye-catching to bring that pop your bathroom needs.
Whether it’s a remodel or a major plumbing issue, you’ll want to contact the experts Scott Hale Plumbing, Heating & Air. You call today, we come today!