5 Perfect Bathroom Upgrades for Your Rental Property

5 Perfect Bathroom Upgrades for Your Rental Property

This week, Keepe offers a look at 5 perfect bathroom upgrades for your rental property.

No. 1 – Install a shower door

Instead of a shower curtain, a shower door can immediately upgrade any bathroom. Shower doors can make your bathroom seem more modern and up-to-date. When it comes to durability, shower doors are a must. They last longer because of stain resistance, ease of cleaning, and prevention of bacteria growth.

5 Perfect Bathroom Upgrades for Your Rental Property
Shower doors work much better in rental properties than shower curtains so consider installing a shower door.

No. 2 – Install tile around the tub

Tiling around the walls of a tub can help with water- and stain-resistance. It can also add a pop of color to any bathroom to make the room seem more cohesive and fresh. There are many different types of tile to choose from, the most popular being porcelain due to its water resistance.

5 Perfect Bathroom Upgrades for Your Rental Property
Bathroom upgrades can make your rental property really attractive to tenants.

No. 3 – Install a bathroom vent fan

Steam from your showers can cause stuffy bathrooms and, eventually, unwanted mold on the walls. To eliminate this, try adding a vent fan to the ceiling of the bathroom. The vent will help with the excess moisture in the room and give it a more upgraded look.

No. 4 – Add extra storage

Any bathroom can use extra storage space. Cabinets, drawers and shelves are handy for all kinds of storage and can add value to your bathroom. Depending on what materials you choose, you can add highlights of color to keep the look cohesive and current. These days, medicine cabinets with mirrored sliding doors are a good-to-go storage solution for any bathroom.

No. 5 – Improve the lighting

The quality of lighting in a bathroom can turn a good bathroom into a great one. Vanity lighting around the mirror is a great option; it helps illuminate faces for grooming. A common mistake is to put lights on the ceiling above the mirror, which can cause unwanted shadows on the face. In addition to vanity lighting, a central fixed ceiling light can be used as a substitute for natural light. When it comes to choosing bulbs, a daylight bulb is best for making the room seem more open and natural.

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About Keepe:

Keepe is an on-demand maintenance solution for property managers and independent landlords. The company makes a network of hundreds of independent contractors and handymen available for maintenance projects at rental properties. Keepe is available in the Greater Seattle area, Greater Phoenix area, San Francisco Bay area, Portland, San Diego and is coming soon to an area near you. Learn more about Keepe at https://www.keepe.com