1. Old, Leaky, or Broken Fixtures
If your shower’s faucet or shower head is leaking, unable to provide adequate water pressure, or outdated then it’s time for an upgrade. Fixtures are generally easy to install and don’t have to cost an arm and a leg. You’ll be amazed what a difference this simple fix makes when it comes to renovating your shower.
2. Beat Up Tiles
Broken and cracked shower tiles are not only unsightly, but also potentially dangerous. You can cut yourself on broken tile pieces, and loose tiles could fall and create dangerous situations mid-shower. Not only that, mold and water damage can sneak through these cracks, damaging the integrity of your walls. Your shower experience will benefit from tile repair, but your wallet is the winner in the long run.
If parts of your shower are frequently turning green or black, you may have a mold problem. While deep cleaning with bleach and harsh chemicals can sometimes treat discoloration, keeping your bathroom clean and mold-free requires the use of proper waterproofing and ventilation in your bathroom. If you suspect a larger problem, hire a mold testing and remediation specialist. There’s nothing like a sparkling, mold-free shower to remedy an ugly bathroom.
4. Busted Shower Door
What’s between your shower and the rest of your bathroom? Is it a broken, rusted shower door or a smelly, old shower curtain? The beauty of your shower is partially determined by that partition that encloses you in the bliss of a relaxing shower. If you’re done with your tired shower curtain or outdated shower door, consider upgrading to a new shower door that will let you finally relax and enjoy your shower.
5. Outdated Décor
With a decoration overhaul throughout your bathroom, you could give the appearance that you’ve done a top to bottom renovation. A little clean up, new towels, and a fancy soap dispenser can go a long way toward turning a drab bathroom into a fab bathroom.