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How to Remodel Your Odd Shaped Shower

An odd shaped shower is great for personalizing a bathroom. On the other hand, it can be a nightmare to remodel. You might need non-standard products and to work hard finding items that fit odd angles and tight spaces. Where…

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Customizing Your Shower Enclosure

Installing a new shower enclosure is a significant project. You want to maximize your experience, but doing so requires knowing what you expect out of it. There are many ways to customize a shower enclosure, but selecting the right shower…

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How to Make Your Bathroom ADA Compliant

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was passed in 1990. It requires business owners to modify their facilities to accommodate people with disabilities. This rule applies to building entrances, access to various services, and public areas such as restrooms. In…

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Essential Upgrades for Your Bathroom Needs

Bathroom remodeling is not cheap. No one said it is was easy, either. You should, therefore, choose wisely when you upgrade; the price does not have to be out of your budget to spruce things up. Without a solid plan,…

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Construction Permit Tips for Renovating Your Bathroom

One of the most common parts of home renovation that people overlook or get confused by isn’t the construction itself. It’s getting the proper permits to make their planned home renovations or bathroom installments are legal. No one likes dealing…

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What Kind of Shower Should I Install At Home?

“I want a new shower.” It’s a thought many homeowners have had, especially when they’re living in an old or unrenovated home in need of some major changes. However, once someone tries to move beyond just thinking about a new…

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Quick Tips for Keeping Your Bathroom Smelling Fresh and Looking Clean

Tired of fighting a losing battle against bathroom grime? We’ve got a few quick tips for keeping your bathroom clean and fresh so you’ll never have to worry about what guests think ever again. Clear Out the Shower Nozzle The…

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Why Summer Is the Best Time to Remodel Your Bathroom

Remodeling a bathroom is a big task. Before you get started tearing out the old and putting in the new, you want to make sure that everything is ready to go and that conditions are favorable to making major changes…

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Bathroom Summer Cleaning Checklist

Even the best-maintained bathrooms need a good deep cleaning every once in a while. The start of summer is the perfect time to do some much-needed home maintenance, and that includes giving your bathroom the cleaning it deserves. If you’re…

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5 Common Mistakes People Make Installing Tile

Tiles are a wonderful addition to any bathroom, but installing a new tile floor or wall is a home improvement project fraught with hidden pitfalls and potential dangers. Many a homeowner has decided to lay their own tiles, only to…

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5 Great Tips for How to Clean Your Drains

Is there anything more frustrating than a backed-up shower drain? Not only are clogged drains incredibly inconvenient (it’s no fun taking a shower when you’re standing ankle deep in dirty water), they can also be incredibly difficult to deal with…

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How Does Lighting Affect the Mood of Your Bathroom?

People spend a great amount of time in their bathrooms. From showering and shaving to putting on makeup and relaxing in a nice bubble bath, people use their bathrooms almost as much as, if not more than, their kitchens. However,…

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How to Prepare Your Bathroom for Guests

Making your home ready for guests isn’t always easy, but it’s something that we all know we need to do whenever we have company coming to visit. One of the most important rooms when it comes to preparing for family…

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Remodeling Your Bath and Shower

Remodeling your bath and shower is a big task, but it’s a project well worth the time and effort. While major remodeling projects should be left to the professionals, it is completely possible for homeowners to do some bath and shower…

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Bathroom Hazards You Need to Know About

Your bathroom is more dangerous than you think. No, this isn’t the setup for a joke: Every year, thousands of people are killed or injured in preventable accidents that take place in their bathroom. The numbers get even worse for…

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How to Choose the Right Shower Enclosure

It’s time to replace your shower enclosure—what do you do now? Finding a new shower enclosure isn’t something most people put a lot of thought into until suddenly they need to make a decision. We’ll get the first thing you…

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How to Remodel Your Bathroom on a Budget

You probably don’t need us to tell you that remodeling a home isn’t cheap. Even small renovations can cost a fair amount of time and money, and major changes often take months or years of saving and planning to successfully…

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5 Tips on How to Take a De-Stressing Bath

After a long, hard day, there’s no better way to unwind than a hot bath. Even just a short period of time soaking in the tub can melt the troubles of the day away and make us feel refreshed and…

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How a Remodeled Bathroom Can Increase Property Value

There are lots of good reasons to remodel your bathroom. While improving the layout, replacing old piping, and upgrading the shower stall are all good reasons on their own, doing these things in your home can lead to an even better reason…

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4 Reasons You Should Remodel Your Bathroom

Most people think of remodeling their bathroom as a vanity project. The truth of the matter is, however, that bathroom remodeling isn’t just about luxury upgrades. Remodeling your bathroom is, in fact, necessary to protect your home and can provide…

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How to Make Your Home Handicap Accessible

Disabilities, handicaps, and problems with mobility can affect people of all ages. Making your home more handicap-friendly requires some changes to make accessing various areas of the home easier and more usable. The best place to start is by considering…

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How to Shower During Winter

When the weather is cold, and rain and snow are falling, we all feel the temptation to start taking longer showers and baths just to stave off the chill. As much as you think those hot showers are keeping the…

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Water Conservation Tips for Winter

Winter is one of the toughest seasons of the year, especially when it comes to your home plumbing. When the temperature drops, your pipes and faucets often get put through the wringer, especially if you live in the colder areas…

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Top Bathroom Design Trends of 2016

2016 is drawing to a close, so now is as good a time as any to review some of the biggest and most notable trends in bathroom design this year. If you’re at all curious about what people these days…

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How to Make Your Bathroom More Inviting for the Holidays

The winter holidays are a time for gathering together with friends and family to celebrate – which means, for many people, it’s also the time to prepare for plenty of guests to be visiting their home. How can homeowners spruce…

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How to Prepare Your Bathroom for Winter

Winter is fast approaching, which means it’s time to break out the warm coats and get ready for a few months of rain, snow, and cold. In addition to changing your wardrobe, preparing your home – especially your bathroom –…

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Baths vs. Showers: Which Is Better?

Chances are everyone reading this article has a preference when it comes to showers vs. baths. We all have our preferred method of bathing and switching to another can feel strange and off-putting. Which method is actually better for you?…

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Hot Showers vs. Cold Showers: Which One is Best?

Showering is an essential part of a person’s daily routine, so much so that most of us take it for granted. We all know how hot we like the water to be and how long we like to take, and…

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4 Bathroom Water Conservation Tips

We can all do more to save water. Even if you don’t live in one of the drought-afflicted states like California that are currently worrying about whether they’ll have any water at all in the next few years, water conservation…

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Warm Water Safety for the Elderly and Disabled

One of the biggest dangers for the elderly and disabled while taking a shower is that of scalding water. When people aren’t in full control of their faculties or their bodies, it becomes easy for them not to realize that…

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How to Keep Mold Away from Your Bathtub

Bathroom mold is a problem that many people have. Once mold starts appearing in or around your bathroom shower enclosure or other fixtures, it can be incredibly difficult to get rid of, which is why it’s important to start fighting back…

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How to Turn Your Half Bathroom into a Full Bathroom

Converting a half bathroom into a full bathroom increases the value of your home. Before you start knocking down walls, it is important to evaluate whether you have sufficient space to make the conversion. The first thing you need to…

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Bathroom Upgrades for Baby Boomers

As baby boomers age, there are several types of home and bathroom upgrades they need to consider. Most baby boomers understand their lifestyle is changing as they get older, especially if they desire to remain in their homes longer and…

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Bathroom Safety Tips for Infants and the Elderly

The majority of accidents which occur in the home happen in the bathroom and include slips, trips, falls, and even drowning. To help keep your infant safe, or if you are elderly or have elderly parents, take the time to…

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5 Tips for Summer Bathroom Renovations

Summer is the perfect time to make renovations to your bathroom. If you’ve been dreaming of tearing out your old bath enclosure or installing a new bathroom countertop, there’s no reason to wait any longer. Just follow these 5 tips for…

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How to Child-Proof Your Bathroom

For small children, the bathroom can be a place that looks ripe for exploration. There are a lot of things in this area of your home that they don't see anywhere else in the house. Since it is not a…

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Tips for Keeping Bathroom Germs at Bay

Keeping the bathroom clean should be a top priority for everyone. Most people have particular habits and routines they follow when using the bathroom, as well as when they clean it. However, their routines could be creating more bacteria and germs in…

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Bathroom Maintenance Tips and Tricks

Bathroom maintenance isn’t the most glamorous of household chores, but it’s still an essential part of keeping your home clean and secure. Aside from the obvious chores that keep a bathroom in good shape – sweep and mop regularly, clean…

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5 Clever Ideas for Bathroom Storage Space

If you’re like most people, then you’re constantly struggling to find enough space in your bathroom to make everything fit. If you’re having trouble finding a place for all your towels, or you have run out of places to store…

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Bathroom Spring Cleaning Checklist

One room in the home people find challenging to keep clean is the bathroom. There are all sorts of germs, bacteria, mold, and mildew that can be living in the bathroom. Even with regular cleanings, there could still be microscopic…

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A Bathroom Remodel Can Improve Your Home’s Resale Value

If you are getting ready to put your home on the market, you should consider investing a little money into a bathroom remodel ahead of time. The bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the home, apart from…

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Tips and Suggestions to Make Your Bathroom More Eco-Friendly

One of the most overlooked rooms in the home, when it comes to making eco-friendly home improvements, is the bathroom. There are several energy-efficient and green solutions you can implement in your bathroom without having to do a major remodeling…

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Bathroom Remodeling: What to Consider Before You Start

Tired of using the same old bathroom vanity? Ready to replace your old shower stall? Before you go ahead with a bathroom remodeling project, you’re going to want to take a few steps to prepare. Do Your Research When it comes…

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How to Make Your Own Bathroom Cleaners

If you’ve ever cleaned a bathroom, you know how tough a job it can be to do right. Aside from the regular washing and scrubbing it takes to keep surfaces clean, keeping tubs, toilets, and sinks clean often requires extra…

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Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act & ADA Compliance for Bathrooms

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects people with disabilities again st discrimination in employment, transportation, communications, governmental activities, and public accommodations. This landmark act was signed into law in 19901 and has changed what it means to live with…

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The Origins of Bathroom Signs

Everywhere we go there are signs pointing us in the right direction. We have symbol-based signs for airports, parking lots, handicapped parking spots, and many more types of locations. Perhaps the most famous of these pictorial signs are the men’s…

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How to Make Your Bathroom More Energy Efficient

Many people overlook their bathrooms when it comes to making their homes more energy efficient. In fact, many of the energy efficient improvements for the bathroom are easy to do yourself without having to hire a professional contractor or plumber.…

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Bathroom Safety 101

Preventing Bathroom Slips & Falls Bathroom injuries are no laughing matter. Slips, trips and falls in the bathroom are more common than you think and unfortunately are the frequent cause of serious injury, particularly among older men and women. According…

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Color Psychology for Painting Your Walls

Interior designers use color to communicate moods and feelings in every space. Though we all prefer different shades, colors are known to have a universal effect. For example, “cool” colors like blues and greens are often described as calming, whereas…

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Five Popular Bathroom Design Ideas

In recent years, home décor trends have embraced simplicity, including a focus on sleek furnishings and modern fixtures. This approach is popular throughout the home, including bathroom spaces of all sizes. From eco-friendly touches complete with easy to install shower stall…

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Bathroom Upgrades on a Budget

Compared to other rooms in the home, updating the design of your bathroom is a relatively inexpensive task. Unlike kitchen or living room remodels that require costly cabinet installation and carpet replacement, the smaller size of most bathrooms allows for…

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How to Make Your Home Interior Handicap Accessible

With a little planning, it’s a cinch to ensure the interior of your home is handicap accessible. Most of the required adjustments pertain to safety precautions as well as careful spacing between rooms, appliances, and furniture. Start by expanding the…

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How to Prevent Slips and Falls in the Bathroom

Slip and fall accidents are one of the most common types of injuries suffered by Americans, and the majority of them happen in the home. Specifically, they tend to happen in the bathroom, where water from the shower or bathtub…

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4 Steps to Take for Remodeling Your Bathroom

Tired of looking at the same old vanity countertop? Ready to replace your ancient shower stall with a new one? If you’re getting ready to remodel your bathroom, you’ve got a big task ahead of you, but before you start tearing…

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10 Tricks to Make Your Bathroom Appear Larger

For those downsizing in the home, spacious bathrooms are often the first to go. Luckily, there are many inventive ways to change the look of a small powder room. From simple visual tricks, to a quick remodel using easy to install…

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5 Common Bathroom Remodeling Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

Planning to remodel your home bathroom? Before you get started tearing out your old shower stall or lugging a new toilet home from the store, check out this list of common bathroom remodeling mistakes: 1. Thinking Bigger Is Always Better There is…

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How to Make Your Bathroom Wheelchair Accessible

When living with a person with disabilities, it’s important to keep their needs in mind. This is especially true when it comes to the layout of a home bathroom. Standard home bathroom designs generally aren’t made with the needs of…

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Four Ways to Get Your Bathtub Looking Good as New

Between long showers and relaxing soaks, bathtubs face significant daily wear and tear. Prone to mildew, mold, and soap scum, acrylic and tile shower walls and tubs need regular cleaning to keep them looking their best. Follow the tips below to learn…

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How to Decorate a Small Bathroom

Decorating a small bathroom can be tricky, but creating a well-designed and attractive space is definitely feasible. When getting started, remember to stay organized and incorporate lots of personal touches in order to make the most of a small bathroom…

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