Fitting and fixtures can break or make your bathroom renovation budget, so it would be sensible to go for mid-ranged priced superior quality fittings rather than running after the beautiful but costly, frameless shower screens and Grohe spouts. Planning the renovation helps you decide where you can scrimp and where you can splurge.
The money which is wasted in moving the fixtures like the tub and sink can be saved by retaining the basic floor plan. Another useful suggestion is to opt for a pristine white, no frills toilet if you wish to have that ethnic glass vessel sink.
You may also try doing the demolition part yourself as besides being a cost-cutting technique it will give you a sense of self-satisfaction that you are actively contributing in renovating your bathrooms.
Check the costs of the materials brought by the GC, as though they get heavy discounts but at the same time they tend to mark up the prices. Being creative, while renovating helps you to have a beautiful bathroom that fits in your budget and is visually appealing at the same time.
A considerable manpower is need in plumbing jobs like installation of the shower/bath, toilets and sinks. It is better to hire a plumber on per task basis rather than hourly basis.
Getting the ceiling lights, safety switches, exhaust fans and scones installed and the popcorn ceiling replaced may cost you a fortune, so try to stick with the original layout of the bathroom. You may make small variations but it is sensible to pick and choose when it comes to making alterations with the help of Brisbane Bathroom Renovations.