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Homeowners often ask whether a remodeled bathroom can return significant value to a home. In a hot housing market, experts agree that bathroom remodeling can provide an excellent return, and give a home a competitive advantage. In the Northwest, upscale remodeling projects are delivering excellent returns.

The bathroom is one of the most demanding spaces in a home, and it requires regular maintenance and upkeep. While proper plumbing and ventilation are essential, bathrooms also need regular renewal to keep them healthy, fresh and attractive.

Bathrooms that are attached to the master bedroom – or even en suite – are high on buyers’ wish lists. Walk in showers, green projects that lower water consumption, and the use of upscale materials like stone can also significantly improve the impact of a bathroom remodeling project.

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Increase your homes value

Rising new home prices in the Pacific Northwest present an opportunity for homeowners to take advantage of changes in the home selling market. Even if you don’t plan to sell your home, taking the time to update key areas of your home will increase its value and make your home easier to sell when it comes time to move.

Bathroom remodeling also provides an opportunity to rethink designs that may prevent you from truly enjoying your home. A well-planned remodeling project can increase floor space, correct initial design issues, improve appearance or function, correct or add ventilation, eliminate prior water damage, enhance insulation and improve lighting. These changes can actually reduce your home’s annual operating costs by reducing energy and water consumption.

NW Finishing and General Construction specializes in planning and delivering exceptional bathroom remodeling projects. Whether you’re refreshing the master bathroom, adding a powder room or rehabilitating a guest bathroom, we guarantee that you’ll be satisfied with the results.

If you’re thinking about bathroom remodeling, call the remodeling experts at NW Finishing and General Construction at (253) 797-5834 to set up a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.