Bergen County NJ Bathroom Remodeling Contractor New Renovation Service Launched

Residents of Bergen County, NJ can benefit from a newly launched bathroom remodeling and renovation service. Oosting Construction says professional renovations can add value to any property.

Homeowners in the Bergen County area of New Jersey can benefit from a newly launched bathroom remodeling and renovation service from specialist contractor Oosting Construction. The company says renovations can be a cost-effective alternative to moving while simultaneously adding value to a property.

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The newly launched service covers the four key elements of any bathroom remodeling process, which includes walls and ceilings, bathing areas, vanities, and flooring. The first step of any renovation or remodeling project is planning. The company says using social media, brochures, and design catalogs can help people find the inspiration they need.

Oosting Construction and its specialist team say people may want to drastically alter their bathroom to include a different layout, material selection, or colors. They say homeowners have the choice of completing the work in phases or all at once.

Walls can be easily brightened or refreshed with a new paint color or tiles. The team say the current trend for bathroom walls is dark colors with lighter vanities and other showers or baths. Tiles arguably require less long-term maintenance than paint as they will not peel like paint eventually does. Oosting Construction says porcelain, ceramic, or natural stone tiles can instantly transform any bathroom.

Remodeling the bathing area provides an opportunity for homeowners to separate their bathtub and shower. Oosting Construction says it is popular to make showers larger, giving people more space to move around. Shelving and storage options for toiletries are also popular and practical.

For vanities, the team say modern bathroom remodeling trends are very noticeable as people look for spa-like items that offer a modern, sleek, and minimalist style. Vanities made of reclaimed and unfinished wood are also popular.

Flooring is the fourth element to be considered when remodeling a bathroom space. Oosting Construction says natural stone, porcelain, and ceramic might look good, but they do not offer comfort. Rugs can go some way to solving this though as hardwood flooring options require regular maintenance.

A company spokesperson said: “Other materials are much more forgiving – overall, ceramic and porcelain tiles are the best choices. They can be made to look like natural stone or wood. They are durable, easy to maintain, and are budget-friendly.”

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