Small Bathroom and Kitchen Remodels

Sometimes doing something small can pay big benefits.

remodeled shower

Updated showers enhance accessibility.

Making upgrades to your kitchen and bathrooms without doing complete remodels can increase accessibility and add to the value of your home.  Updating your shower, putting in a bigger bathtub or a raised toilet, new sinks and faucet sets, or even relocating your appliances can have a big impact.

Doing a partial remodel can provide a number of key benefits.

Improved Safety

As we get a little older, bathrooms can become harder to get around in. Adding grab bars, handheld showerheads, walk-in tubs and chair-height toilets can make getting around much easier.  Long-term these upgrades may allow you to stay in your home longer.

Decreased Water Usage

Toilet upgrades are not only good for the environment, but also lower utility costs by using much less water than older models.  On average, a 30-year-old toilet uses 3.5 to 6 gallons of water per flush, while newer toilets use just 1.28 gallons per flush.

New faucets and sink

New faucets add appeal and ease of use.

Greater Accessibility

Changing the layout of your bathroom to make it more accessible may involve more than just upgrading your toilet, sinks and faucets.  You can improve your bathroom’s functionality by maximizing the way you use the space.

Improved Home Value

Minor bathroom remodels have an average return on investment at the time of resale of 102%. In addition to increasing your overall home value, a bathroom remodel can also make your home more attractive to potential buyers, which can help your home sell more quickly.

Brenneco Plumbing logoBrenneco Can Help Make It Happen

Brenneco Plumbing can handle any of your plumbing needs when undertaking smaller bathroom and kitchen remodeling projects.  This can include moving or adding a water or gas line.

Give us a call 765-448-6190.  We’ll be happy to provide you with a free estimate and suggestions on how to proceed.