Just mentioning that you are going for bathroom renovations on a budget will invite all kinds of ideas and advice. You may get ideas you like and ideas you don’t like, regardless of whether or not the idea giver is qualified. Some people think they know everything just by watching something on television about it. Those shows can help give people ideas and suggestions, but actually doing the renovations is another story.
Here are a few things to avoid when you are looking for ideas for remodeling your bathroom.
Anywhere Alcohol Is Involved
People used to visit the local pub to find a good renovation specialists Auckland. They would purposefully sit in there knowing potential customers would be looking for them there. Only contractors looking for work would stay in the bar and wait. Nowadays, no respectable builder or contractor drums up business this way. Even getting ideas in the bar is a bad idea. After a few beers, however, even ideas like replacing the shower unit with an elephant and a bucket start to make sense.
Anyone Who Ends With “Trust Me”
You should have a hard time trusting anyone who says “trust me”. It is not a comforting statement. That phrase has really changed from something meaningful to a warning over the years. A coworker, friend, or loved one could offer you some remodeling advice, but if they say “trust me”, you have to question their real experience.
Contractors Don’t Wear Suits
Someone with real experience getting down and dirty in bathroom renovations Sydney project is probably not going to be wearing a suit. The person may have previously been a renovation contractors, so they could give some useful ideas. Their ideas could be looked into, but be sure that the building codes or material prices haven’t changed since they were remodeling bathrooms. If the person in a suit is an architect, completely ignore all of their ideas for remodeling your bathroom. They have history to keep in mind – not your bathroom.