Full-Bath Remodeling vs. Wet-Area Remodeling
Are you growing increasingly impatient with the outdated style and functionality of a bathroom in your home? If so, you may be weighing your options for a bathroom remodel. Essentially, this type of project falls into two separate categories: full-bath remodeling and wet-area remodeling. Let’s take a closer look at the two so that you can more confidently decide which is the best choice for your home.
As you may have gathered, full-bath remodeling comprises a complete floor-to-ceiling makeover, including replacements for the tub or shower, sink, countertops, toilet, lighting fixtures, and myriad other accessories. This is a great option if you want to never see your old bathroom again. However, this is also an expensive project, which may put it beyond your available budget.
A wet-area bathroom remodel offers homeowners a more affordable solution, while still providing the updates they’re craving. The wet area refers to the tub or shower, and considering this space is where we spend most of our time in the bathroom, upgrading it with modern fixtures can go a long way toward improving interior design, functionality, and your overall enjoyment of the bathroom.
A Bathroom Remodeler You Can Trust
At CareFree Home Pros, we believe wet-area bathroom remodels are the ideal choice for homeowners who don’t want to embark on a lengthy and cost-consuming full remodel. For your bathroom, we can replace the tub or shower, or convert the tub into a shower. Our tubs and showers are made from scratch-resistant acrylic, feature antimicrobial protection to prevent mold and mildew growth, and can be customized to your liking with your preferred surround, faucet or showerhead, and accessories like shelving and soap caddies.
To learn more about our wet-area bathroom remodeling services, contact CareFree Home Pros today. We’re based in Avon and serve homeowners in Connecticut and western Massachusetts.