Kalessi Bathroom ware

Timeline for Bathroom Renovation

It is very important to hire the right person for the right job. A bathroom renovation requires a plumber, electrician, carpenter, and bricklayer. Every job in the bathroom such as tilling of tiles, plumbing process, repairing pipes, laundry fittings, and sanitization system, needs an expert if you want a good overall renovation of your bathroom.

1. Framing and Rough Work

It is an important early stage where framing is done in which it is put up for your walls and ceiling by your builder. After this process rough-in comes into the picture where plumbing waste and drainage pipes are installed in the walls and floor of the bathroom, check and ensure that everything is correct till this process as it is a very critical stage. A pre-planned approach will reduce the errors and your job will go smoothly without any extra issues. You should call your plumber as well as the electrician so that he can put up all the wirings and their framing as well and during this stage make sure you select the appropriate power points for your bathroom hardware.

2. Removal Process

In the case of renovation you have to decide what to keep and what to remove. You need to remove old tiles, pipe systems, hardware, etc. to install new hardware in your bathroom.

3. Wall Sheeting and Screes

Here, A screed is a mixture of sand and cement. It is applied on top of the concrete slab for leveling process which ensures water flows in the right direction and they are usually 40-75 mm thick. In the case of wall sheeting, the builder will attach the wall and ceiling sheets. After that, it will be prepared for tiling or waterproofing in the wet areas.

4. Tiling

It is the process in which floor and wall tiles are installed and it is the stage where your bathroom starts to come to life. In tiling, you have to cut the tiles and lay the tiles, and lastly finish it with grouting in some cases, tiles may also be needed to be sealed.

5. Painting

Painting can be done after the tilling process where the tiles will not be used, here choose your color and get guided by the painter for the best results for your bathroom renovation.

6. Fit-out

It is the last process where all the final elements are added such as vanity, basins, toilets, etc. are installed. Electrical items are installed which are necessary for your bathroom and all the final touches that you need in your bathroom.

To Wrap Up

Lastly, we want to recommend that you should hire good tradies who are qualified in their respective field because bad work can cause extra tension in the future and will affect your overall budget. Get a recommendation from your colleagues who have recently renovated their bathrooms.

These are important key things that you should be aware of before renovating your bathroom so that you have the confidence to follow the conversation with your workers. 

We offer a variety of bathroom-related hardware and the same can be browsed from our website. For more information, contact us at info@kalessi.com.au and Tel – 0434839719, (03) 9574 1988

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It is very important to hire the right person for the right job. A bathroom renovation requires a plumber, electrician, carpenter, and bricklayer. Every job in the bathroom such as tilling of tiles, plumbing process, repairing pipes, laundry fittings, and sanitization system, needs an expert if you want a good overall renovation of your bathroom.

1. Framing and Rough Work

It is an important early stage where framing is done in which it is put up for your walls and ceiling by your builder. After this process rough-in comes into the picture where plumbing waste and drainage pipes are installed in the walls and floor of the bathroom, check and ensure that everything is correct till this process as it is a very critical stage. A pre-planned approach will reduce the errors and your job will go smoothly without any extra issues. You should call your plumber as well as the electrician so that he can put up all the wirings and their framing as well and during this stage make sure you select the appropriate power points for your bathroom hardware.

2. Removal Process

In the case of renovation you have to decide what to keep and what to remove. You need to remove old tiles, pipe systems, hardware, etc. to install new hardware in your bathroom.

3. Wall Sheeting and Screes

Here, A screed is a mixture of sand and cement. It is applied on top of the concrete slab for leveling process which ensures water flows in the right direction and they are usually 40-75 mm thick. In the case of wall sheeting, the builder will attach the wall and ceiling sheets. After that, it will be prepared for tiling or waterproofing in the wet areas.

4. Tiling

It is the process in which floor and wall tiles are installed and it is the stage where your bathroom starts to come to life. In tiling, you have to cut the tiles and lay the tiles, and lastly finish it with grouting in some cases, tiles may also be needed to be sealed.

5. Painting

Painting can be done after the tilling process where the tiles will not be used, here choose your color and get guided by the painter for the best results for your bathroom renovation.

6. Fit-out

It is the last process where all the final elements are added such as vanity, basins, toilets, etc. are installed. Electrical items are installed which are necessary for your bathroom and all the final touches that you need in your bathroom.

To Wrap Up

Lastly, we want to recommend that you should hire good tradies who are qualified in their respective field because bad work can cause extra tension in the future and will affect your overall budget. Get a recommendation from your colleagues who have recently renovated their bathrooms.

These are important key things that you should be aware of before renovating your bathroom so that you have the confidence to follow the conversation with your workers. 

We offer a variety of bathroom-related hardware and the same can be browsed from our website. For more information, contact us at info@kalessi.com.au and Tel – 0434839719, (03) 9574 1988

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