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Many people can replace the toilet seat with a padded or larger one. However, this doesn’t make you qualified for every remodeling task that could come to mind. Here are a few occasions when you should hire Coninmaq as your trusted professionals for your bathroom remodeling project for Weston Bathroom Remodeling.
Many home owners could replace a shower head with a low-flow model. If you’re trying to switch from a traditional shower head to an overhead rain-shower, you should ask Coninmaq, a bathroom remodeling Weston professional, to evaluate the existing plumbing, since you don’t want to install it and find the water pressure falling short. Adding a second shower head to the shower is also something to be left to Coninmaq. Many homeowners can install a new toilet where there is already the necessary connection point, but moving the toilet location or adding a second toilet or sink should be done by a remodeling professional like the team at Coninmaq for Weston Bathroom Remodeling. Note that hot water heater installations and upgrades are also something the average homeowners should avoid.
Bathrooms are known for how much water flows through them. Anything that could leak is best addressed by a professional. Don’t install a new faucet when you’ll have trouble ensuring that it is sealed. You’ll literally pay for that leaking seal in a variety of ways. Don’t try to change wastewater pipes yourself, either. After all, if there is a leak you can see, there may be others you don’t. Let a professional identify and repair all related leaks. Coninmaq can remodel your bathroom or just replace the bathroom floor and walls ripped up by the plumbers looking for the last leak for Weston Bathroom Remodeling.
A popular bathroom remodeling project is turning water closets into half-walls. This gives the person using the toilet more fresh air and light while protecting their privacy. However, the flat surface on the new half-wall can be used as a storage shelf for electronics or as a support for those with limited mobility. However, you shouldn’t start knocking out walls on your own; you might damage plumbing, electrical wires or structural supports for the surrounding walls. The same is true for the conversion of shower-tub combinations into walk-in showers. Let a professional install the gently sloping floor that allows the home owner to simply walk into the shower without water escaping. They’ll alter any surrounding structural walls while setting up the necessary privacy barriers.