A person should have multiple checklists associated with a bathroom remodeling project, including a checklist for ideas and local resources. Create this list six months before the intended remodeling and use it to brainstorm ideas, get friends' recommendations about good contractors in the area, and begin sketching what the new bathroom should look like.
Another checklist for the bathroom project should be created three months prior to the remodel as a finalization of the budget. About two-thirds of the average cost of a bathroom remodel typically goes to labor, according to Elle Decor. It is very important to determine how much money to invest in this project. Next on this list is hiring a licensed contractor, who should inspect the remodeling sketch and offer a specific timeline for the project. Agree to a cost and payment method up front and make sure he signs a contract.
Make the next checklist two months before the remodel; it should consist of only necessary purchases for the project. One month from the remodel, clear the space designated for remodeling and begin shopping for accessories for the new space. Select a paint color at this time and don't forget to consult with the contractor often.
The last checklist is for the final days of the project. It simply involves being flexible, inspecting all completed work and celebrating the completion of the remodel.