A bathroom remodel usually involves plenty of construction. Depending on the size and scale of the redesign, there can be quite a lot of noise and dust and other unappealing inconveniences. Bathroom remodeling in Riverside, CA can be especially difficult because of the nature of the desert climate. Some families choose to stick it out, and some choose to temporarily relocate.
It’s true; construction work is no small thing. Cabinets need replaced from years of cleaning and chemical abuse, and flooring probably has water damage from showers and commodes. All of these can kick up dust and create noise disruptions for daily living.
Also, the water fixtures inevitably develop damage over time from the simple wear and tear of daily use. To extract these from their mountings not only creates noise but dust that is now a form of powdery mud. It does leave tracks through the house and clean-up is necessary.
Of course, sometimes a remodel just involves a few superficial upgrades like new mirrors, lights and bathroom cabinets.
This question of whether or not to relocate is perhaps the most important reason to speak specifically to the contractor before making a commitment. If the contractor anticipates too much disruption for you and your family to deal with, you’ll need to plan on finding other lodging while the construction work is being done.
Once a house is built, it becomes a home where families get used to having their privacy and full use of the fixtures and property. When it becomes necessary for a bathroom redesign, or even partial remodeling, take the construction process into account for budgeting time and expense.