The “wet area” refers to items in your bathroom that are exposed to water. This includes the shower, bathtub and the components surrounding the two like the walls and flooring. Remodeling this section of your bathroom can improve the functionality of the entire space. It is also a great alternative to a traditional, full-scale bathroom makeover. Read on as we explain everything you need to know about a wet area remodel.
More Effective Option Over a Full-Scale Renovation
Chances are, your wet area is the part of the bathroom that needs to be revamped the most. After all, it takes the most abuse, being subjected to moisture, soap, scum, dirt and body oils every day. Even small-scale improvements in the wet area can make a huge difference and transform the entire space with a fresh new appearance and enhanced functionality.
Wet Area Upgrades to Consider
Depending on your bathroom’s needs, updating the wet area can be any of the following:
- Faucet and Fixture Upgrades
Replacing the showerhead and the faucet might seem insignificant, but it can improve the look of your bathroom’s wet area.
- Wall and Flooring Replacement
Bathtub and shower contractors can easily replace the wall surrounds and flooring of the wet area, especially if these components are already outdated or showing signs of wear and tear.
- Shower or Tub Replacement
Replacing your dilapidated shower or bathtub is an effective way to transform the whole bathroom space.
- Tub or Shower Conversion
Converting your existing tub or shower helps you better use the entire bathroom. This is especially true if you are upgrading the space for increased mobility and accessibility.
Give your bathroom’s wet area a dramatic makeover with high-quality shower and bathtub solutions from Elite Bathrooms LuxStone of Long Island. Whether you want a walk-in tub or a custom shower, our team will help you determine which features to include that best fit your preferences and your home style.
As one of the top shower replacement contractors in the area, we can also be relied upon for full bathroom renovations, from a full gut remodel to a new construction bathroom that’s already been framed in and all electrical and plumbing fixtures completed. Call us today at [company_number], or fill out our contact form to request a quote.