As time goes on and the family becomes bigger in number, it may be necessary to engage in some good old-fashioned Bathroom Remodeling in Oceanside CA. There are many questions some may have when beginning such a project, or perhaps before work has even begun. Here are some of the most asked questions.
Q. Where should the bathroom fan be vented to?
A. A bathroom fan should always be vented to the outside of the home. Some people or companies may take a shortcut and only vent to the attic of the home, but this increases the risk exponentially of causing unhealthy mold growth. Mold and mildew can the easily destroy the home and in some extreme cases, even render it unlivable.
Q. Does the bathroom paint have to be of a special nature?
A. Yes, it does. Relatively speaking, the more shiny a paint is, the less absorbent it is. Look for a semigloss or an eggshell sheen to provide the moisture resistance when repainting the bathroom walls, ceiling, or trim.
Q. What is the best way to fix a floor tile without replacing it?
A. The honest answer is that there isn’t one. It is not recommended by professionals to do a “quick and dirty” repair on a floor tile. Not only will the floor still be unsightly to look at, but the condition of the tile will continue to degrade and may even affect the surrounding tiles eventually. It is a very simple process to replace a floor tile so the homeowner is best off just removing the old broken tile and replacing it with a new one.
Q. How can mold or mildew be removed from drywall?
A. A 60 to 40 ratio of bleach and water will be needed to kill the fungus before the drywall is painted or repainted. Allow the bleach and water to dry beforehand as multiple cleanings may be needed. If the mold or mildew is too great, complete replacement of the drywall will be necessary when Bathroom Remodeling in Oceanside CA.
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