Some may think that they can save themselves a few bucks by doing the grunt work themselves, but that may not always be the case. A person may decide to replace or upgrade their bathroom counters, not realizing that they would have to install a sink as well. There are bathroom vanity combinations available, that include the sinks and all of the hardware that goes with them, usually in very elegant designs that are eye catching, but blend well into most Virginia bathrooms.
These all-in-one units are manufactured to suit any installation. The choices of wood color are quite broad, as well as the available looks of all of the other fixtures. There are extremely large vanity combos for luxurious oversized bathrooms, as well as scaled down units that are better suited to smaller rooms. Materials available include marble, granite, or tile for the counter tops, and glass, porcelain, or china for the basin. Together, the combination of beauty and versatility can match what any person desires for their home improvement project.
Just because the bathroom space is smaller than many other rooms, doesn’t mean that it is going to be less expensive to remodel. On the contrary the cost per square foot can be much higher than other rooms, like a bedroom. This can be offset slightly by purchasing a wall mounted vanity to conserve money and space. The units are designed to be extremely easy to install and plumb all in one step. The bowl comes already attached to the vanity. The main advantage is that there is more floor space under the sink, creating the illusion of more room in an otherwise tight area.
A Better Option Today
Expense used to be a big concern for people who bought bathroom vanity combos, but competition from overseas has really done a lot to change all of that. The American standard of high quality workmanship and materials is now available at affordable prices. The more high-end your bathroom vanity combo, the more likely that it is going to bolster your future asking price, if you ever decide to sell the house. Think of it as an investment.
It doesn’t matter if you are brave, foolhardy, or handy enough to successfully complete the project if you don’t take proper measurements of your space. Never neglect to measure the distance of the plumbing and electrical outlets from the floor and ceiling, as well as the height and width of the door that your vanity must fit through. Too many people try to “eyeball” a size in the store where the gigantically high ceiling and bright fluorescent lights will make it look a lot smaller than it is. Having to return your vanity to the store because it wouldn’t fit through your door is embarrassing and discouraging.
The proper measurements in hand, a good place to look for a good vanity is the internet. The competition online is very fierce, and the lack of overhead gives the savvy customer a wide selection at practically wholesale prices. Of course, a qualified general contractor is also quite capable of installing the vanities as well, and will likely get it right on the first try. When it comes to the look of your Virginia bathroom, the ball is in your court.