Remodeling your bathroom to better cater to your needs and wants is not an easy task. If you are planning on remodeling your shower, you need to keep an eye on all your future needs. There are a few critical factors that you need to take into consideration before you start the process.
From design to ease of use to safety, a shower remodeling project will take time and effort. With the right professionals at your side, this intense process of remodeling your shower can get drastically easy.
Our professionals have all the right expertise and training required to handle any project. After undertaking many projects over the years, our experts will make sure that you know all your options and help you choose amongst various aspects that work best for your needs.
From anything as simple as adding sensor lights to your shower to adding another shower, there are various considerations and options that a homeowner has to decide on while undertaking a remodeling project.
As a DFW homeowner, you need to make sure that all the changes you plan on getting are effective. In some cases, this may mean completely revamping your existing space to accommodate your needs in the future better.
Safety and convenience
Everyone should have a shower that is convenient and safe to use. If your current shower is in any way inconvenient or not safe to use, it may be time for you to take a remodeling project seriously.
Depending on your age, if you live alone, falling in your shower can be physically devastating. It is also frightening since it may take a lot of time before anyone realizes that you need help.
There are ways you can address this problem without making any significant changes to your property.
For starters, you can go with getting an alarm or an assist button installed in your shower. These small features may someday get you out of significant troubles.
A curbless shower or step in tub
Stepping in and out of your bathtub is an inconvenience that can be avoided. Lifting your foot up and over the edge of your bathtub can be difficult for some members of your family.
You can also choose to get a standalone shower that does not have a tub attached to it.
You also have an option to get a curbless shower that has no lip on the edge of its entrance. Doing this can help you prevent any accidental falls while getting in or out of the shower.
If your family includes older adults, you can choose to get railings and bars installed to help them provide stability. This will help you make your shower experience less stressful as older people don’t have as strong balance as before.
Adjustable and removable shower heads
Not all showerheads are built the same way. Some might offer just a standard spray, while others may allow you to do much more.
The angle of your shower head also plays a vital role, as some of them are built to rain down water while others shoot water at an angle.
Depending on your preferences, both can be good options. Choosing a Showerhead that allows you to choose between various sprays can help reduce the chances of needing an upgrade later.
Rain head showers can be a good option if you like sitting down during your bathing sessions, but they also put too much water straight down on you, which might not be a comfortable experience for some.
You should also consider getting a removable showerhead, enabling you to move it around and bathe more easily. These showerheads feature a hose and hook on to where a standard shower head would be.
This feature can help you move your shower where you need it, making it easier to clean and wash while still being comfortable.
Besides the fact that they are easier to replace if necessary, these shower heads are not generally expensive and can be done on a budget remodeling project.
Non-slip mats, floors, and rugs
It would help if you considered getting a floor that is non-slip along with rugs and mats that give you a better allover experience.
Certain types of floor coverings and tiles are slippery and should be avoided in a shower. For example, marble can become very slippery, with just a little bit of water.
There are specific tiles in the market that offer a rougher surface that give you a better grip when walking.
Rugs and mats can protect your floor and keep it from being slippery. Though its functionality and looks are spot-on, they could also be a tripping hazard. It would be best if you considered having thinner rugs that do not bunch up easily.
You can also go for rugs that have or rubber padding that won’t slip around. Our professionals from AMD Remodeling will ensure that the mat in your shower or bathtub sticks tightly so anyone walking over won’t get caught on it.
How can we help?
AMD Remodeling has been serving Allen, TX and surrounding cities for the last 25 years. This proves that we have more than enough experience to cater to all your shower remodeling needs.
With the help of our professionals, you can be sure to get your dream shower. They will ensure that the project is planned and executed to perfection and keep a tab on those bills, making sure that they don’t exceed your budget.
In addition to Allen, we work with customers across Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Addison, Carrollton, Allen, Frisco, Murphy, and Wylie, TX. Call our remodeling contractors to discuss your needs today: 469-547-5887.
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