1) Increase Your Home's Value
This is obviously the reason why most remodels are done anyway. Replacing older appliances and outdated features with energy efficient baths, sinks, and toilets will undoubtedly raise the value of your home by 3-5 thousand dollars . Beyond that, you may rest a little easier knowing that your home will be that much more appealing to potential buyers once it hits the market.
2) Add Much More Space to Your Home
We can all agree that more space is a great thing; a remodel can make the bathroom feel much more inviting. By simply altering the space you have available from disposing of nicks and knacks and magazines, to maybe moving out some outdated lower cabinetry with some elevated wall storage. Other considerations could be a floating vanity or maybe a curb-less shower, the aesthetic of a reduced barrier will greatly open up your view from the time you enter.
3) More Energy Efficient = More Money in Your Pocket
Did you know that more energy is used to heat water than any other household purpose ( except for heating and cooling). Simply replacing older faucets and shower heads will save you around 17,000 gallons of water a year. Toilets from the last 10-20 years average 3.5 gallons per flush; with new restrictions and environmental regulations, a new toilet only utilizes 1.6 gallons per flush. That's roughly 60% less water and money you're just flushing away! You're also doing the community a favor by decreasing the impact on sewage and water treatment facilities.