When your sink is deteriorating and the tile in your shower is falling off, you know it’s time to remodel your bathroom. But what if the signs aren’t as obvious? The average bathroom needs remodeling every 20 years or so, but not only is that time consuming, but when there are so many choices it’s difficult to budget remodeling, too! So how do you tell if you really need an upgrade? Mihalko’s General Contracting is here to help.

1. The Character of a Bathroom. It’s important to remember that the very character of the bathroom is one that lends itself to constant maintenance. A bathroom is being shuffled in and out of multiple times a day and often by multiple people. This leads to wear and tear as well as dirt build up, which often times just needs a good cleaning to put it back in order. However, if while cleaning you begin to find things are broken and there are leaks, it might be time for a remodel.

2. Need An Update. One of the main reasons people find for composing a list of remodel bathroom ideas is because their current bathroom is out of date! Whether they’ve moved into a resale home or have lived in the same house for quite some time, bathroom can become out of date and no longer use the latest water saving technology or style of counter, shower, or toilet you may prefer. If this is the case, remodeling your bathroom can help restyle your home and even add value to the property!

3. Structural Integrity. A bathroom can either be a sanctuary and a bathroom can be the epicenter of destruction. With a consistent flow of water, pipes and moisture, a bathroom can threaten the structural integrity of your home! If this is the case, it’s important to call a top contractor right away and begin designing the bathroom of your liking.

Whether it’s one of these three reasons or something different, when remodeling your home it’s important to call a contractor you can count on. Call a contractor you can trust and has been serving the Johnstown PA, Altoona PA, and Latrobe PA area for over 34 years. Call Mihalko’s General Contracting.


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