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Master Bathroom Suite Tips From Your NJ Home Improvement Contractor

David Pangione

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Are you interested in having your own master bathroom suite for your home in Bergen County New Jersey. Your first concern is where are you going to build your master bathroom suite. Will you need your NJ Home Improvement Contractor to build a home addition to accommodate the master bathroom. Perhaps you have an extra room alongside your existing master bedroom that would be ideal for your new master bathroom layout and reconfiguration. If you are planning a new home, well you can simply layout a master bathroom into your architectural plans much easier.

What size master bathroom would be ideal for me? That is hard to say but one major factor that dictates the size of your master bathroom will be what size is the space you have to work with. If the space you have available is at least a minimum of 10'x10’ then you will be able to work within that area. Again this all depends on your tastes, wants and needs.
What fixtures make a master bathroom suite standout from a standard bathroom and give it more appeal. A double sink for him and her is probably one of the most requested must haves for a master bathroom. Your master sink configuration will consist of a double vanity, GFI wall outlets and vanity lights as well. If your space allows it, plan on adding both a custom standing shower and a separate Jacuzzi. Usually the shower will be completely custom made from the shower base on up with a frameless shower door to enclose it. If you want to really dress up your shower, install body sprays with separate volume control knobs to turn different body sprays on and off at different times. A steam unit can also be installed and with the press of a button, you will have a all the comforts that your shower can offer.

You may want to install a Jacuzzi in your master bathroom. The smallest size Jacuzzi you would want would be 5’ x 3’. Your Jacuzzi can be installed with an apron or as a deck mounted version. The deck mount version is where your NJ Home Improvement Contractor will build a landing to support the Jacuzzi. A hole somewhere in the middle of the deck will be cut and the Jacuzzi will be lifted and then lowered into the hole. The landing would be tiled as well as any walls that are exposed. You NJ Home Improvement Contractor would need to create an access panel so that the motor and pumps could be worked on if needed.

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Mr. David Pangione

Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.

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