The master bathroom remodel adventure is upon me.
The tools are honed and prepped: research, timelines, cash flow planning, contractor. With a rudimentary understanding of the scope and depth of the issues in the master bathroom where water was damaging the walls, next steps in this process are less murky. We are ready to dig in. Since speed of completing this project well is important to me, I have taken my time on the prep.
In the previous post, part 1, my contractor and I had met to agree on general sequence of events, decision points, and cash flow plan (I shared my budget and he was gracious to help me find options and solutions to the problems we both know we are solving, and other potential hidden problems). Keeping my perspective helps me stay encouraged because I can see both how far I have come in the past few weeks from no real knowledge to how to solve this forward to today in getting the appropriate helps and understanding how the money, time, and other finite resources get used. Clearly separating out what I need versus what I merely want feels really good as the contractor and I imagine the end result – a beautifully updated bathroom that maximizes my overall house functionality while not overbuilding for my home and my neighborhood.