Whether you have inherited problems with a new purchase of a home, or if you have lived in your home for a substantial amount of time and have not checked on the possibility of mold, then do so. Mold can occur in a number of different environments.
Older homes and homes that are located in an area that has experienced heavy rainfall are particularly susceptible. Not only does this affect your health, but left untreated, it can do irreparable damage. Utilize your bathroom remodeling as an opportunity to clear the air, literally.
Bathroom cladding is also exceptionally simple to clean, which is why many choose this for family homes and bathrooms that get a lot of use. With many types of panelling being manufactured from PVC - which is notoriously easy to maintain - cleaning becomes as simple as just wiping down your cladding with a cloth, water and a suitable cleaning product.
If you have been looking for a tile, we suggest that you check out eBay and Craigslist. Someone may be selling their leftovers on these sites and you may buy them at the fraction of the cost of new stuff. Often, people get rid of their leftovers by putting them on these sites for sale.
Make sure the work area is a kid-free zone. Finally, home renovation experts say that the job site can be a dangerous environment, with heavy equipment and different hazardous materials found in it. Children are innately curious and may be drawn to the hubbub in the bathroom. As such, you need to take the necessary precautions and keep your kids away from the work area. This will help prevent unnecessary accidents and keep kids from distracting or disturbing the workers.
Check out the trough style cloakroom sinks too because they can be a wonderful idea. Some of them have several spigots and that could mean several people able to wash their hands at the same time. They are narrow, mount to the wall, and they look very nice without taking up much space at all.
A butcher's block uses heavy hardwood pieces pressed together to form a durable surface. The surface is usually treated with mineral oils to make it water resistant and give the wood a lustrous, care-worn look that highlights the natural grain.
Normally, they are found in the kitchen, but their compact design and water-resistance make them a good fit for a wash basin. Find a cabinet maker to cut out a hole for a sink and mount a mirror to the back and, voila, you've got something unlike any of the cookie-cutter bathroom vanities.