A bathroom renovation project can be as large or as small as your budget allows. The simple fact is that homeowners can easily manage most bathroom renovations. One exception, perhaps, would be moving and installing plumbing fixtures and piping. You should never cut corners when it comes to plumbing. If it's not done properly, leaks can develop that can cause serious damage throughout your home. Hiring a trustworthy company to do the job will ensure that it's done right the first time.
Before you begin your bathroom renovation, consider how much you can afford to spend on the project. Decide what, if anything, you are going to keep in the room. If you are going to replace the toilet, faucets and fixtures, be sure to include that in your budget along with the necessary cabinetry and materials.
You may choose to keep the existing tub and install a one- or two-piece bathtub/shower combination unit. If your bathroom is very small, you may want to simply remove the tub and replace it with a stand-alone shower only.
It's also important to consider the way the components of your bathroom are arranged. If you choose to rethink the layout, you may have to move the toilet and/or tub to another location. This is one of the most expensive aspects of a renovation, and you will need to include the cost of new pipes in your budget, as well. If you keep the original layout, your plumbing costs are going to be much lower.
Whichever approach you take, make sure that the project isn't compromised by faulty plumbing. Enlisting the help of a company like RooterPLUS!, whose licensed and insured plumbers undergo regular training sessions on top of their years of experience, is a smart stepping-off point. Your home is the largest investment you will ever make, and you simply cannot take a chance on hidden damage because of faulty plumbing.