Are you living with a bathroom that hasn't been renovated since the 90s? No doubt, you are probably ready to change things up with a complete remodel, but still need to find a reliable contractor. A quick search will show that there are plenty of bathroom remodelers in the Denver area. It may seem like one bathroom remodeling contractor is the same as another at first glance. But, not all remodeling companies are the same. To ensure you get the best results possible, Bordner Home Improvement has put together these five tips for hiring a bathroom remodeler.

Decide on Your Budget Ahead of Time

It's important to have an idea of how much a typical bathroom renovation may cost, before you meet with contractors. This way you'll avoid those who may overcharge or drastically undercharge out of desperation or lack of experience. You can get a good idea of the cost using an online estimating tool. There are many that allow users to get an estimate based on location and work involved.

Get a Good Referral from Neighbors and Family

One of the best ways to find a reliable bathroom remodeling contractor is to ask friends and family about it. You may know someone who has recently had work done on their home. It doesn't have to be a bathroom renovation company, if the contractor offers multiple services. 

Know What Services the Contractor Offers

Do your research before calling the contractor about an initial appointment. Not all companies offer the same level of service. At Bordner Home Improvement, we offer a simple replacement of the bathtub or shower, installation of handicap accessible products, total bathroom renovations, and design assistance. Other contractors may only be able to offer a bath or shower replacement, but not a full reno or might not have skilled designers on staff.

Ask About the Bathroom Remodeling Contractor's License

When you meet with the bathroom remodeling contractor, ask about their certifications and licenses. Colorado doesn't require general contractors to be licensed, but your local city may demand it. Plumbers and electricians do need state-level licenses to operate. Remodeling companies will also need a business license. 

You might want to ask if the contractor has any additional certifications, awards, or if they are accredited by the Better Business Bureau. These things aren't necessary, but they can show that the contractor is respected in the industry.

Meet with Multiple Contractors

Don't just sign on with the first home remodeler that you meet. Make a point of meeting with multiple contractors as many offer free consultations with cost estimates. This way you can compare the quotes with one another and your initial budget to pick the best fit. 

If you are thinking about renovating a bathroom in the Denver area, invite a Bordner Home Improvement remodeling specialist over for an initial consultation. Our bathroom remodeling contractor can answer your questions, explain more about our services, and provide a complimentary cost estimate for the project. Get started by giving us a call or fill out our online quote form today. A friendly representative will help you with scheduling the appointment.