Numerous homeowners are thinking of converting their bathtubs into shower spaces for numerous reasons. Some think that they no longer need it any more, some homeowners think that they need more space to accommodate their custom shower. But their primary concern is if their home’s value will be decreased once they decide to do the conversion.
In this post, Concept Bath Systems, the top bathroom remodeling contractor, discusses whether a tub-to-shower conversion reduces your home’s value.
It’s Buyer Dependent
Believe it or not, but a lot of homeowners are already starting to convert their bathtubs to showers, so this won’t affect your home’s resale value as much. This is because most homeowners rarely use their bathtubs and they consider it as wasted space. However, if you have a lot of bathrooms in your home, your bathroom design expert recommends having one bathtub as it’s an enticing option for buyers with kids and furry friends. Ideally, it’s good to have both a shower and a bathtub in the master’s bedroom, but keep in mind that functionality should be your utmost priority. In that light, a tub-to-shower conversion is worth investing in.
Work With a Reputable Bathroom Remodeling Company
Just like any remodeling project, you’ll need to work with a reputable bathroom remodeling contractor to ensure that you’re getting the most out of your project. When you’re working with Concept Bath Systems, you can rest easy knowing that your remodeling project is in the right hands as we’ll do our best to make sure that the job is done properly the first time, accompanied with excellent customer service to give you a great experience.
Concept Bath Systems, Inc. is a team of experts specializing in kitchen design and bathroom remodeling. We work with residential clients in the Quad Cities to design and install custom showers, walk-in bathtubs, modern kitchens and more. Call us today at (563) 344-9138 or fill out our contact form to set an appointment.