How to Get Ready for a Bathroom Renovation during COVID-19

If you’re a homeowner who’s deciding on a bathroom renovation, we understand that with the COVID-19 outbreak, you’re surrounded with uncertainty as the situation regarding your bathroom repair may seem up in the air.

At Pro Serve Plumbing, your health and safety are a priority for us. We always make sure to use strict precautionary measures, as advised by the WHO and the CDC, to proactively eliminate the risk of the virus.

For your convenience, we’ve put together a list of measures that you should take while prepping for your bathroom renovation:

Plan via video conferencing
To practice social distancing, we encourage you to plan your renovation via video appointments. Talk to our plumbing experts about your renovation ideas and give us a virtual tour of your bathroom. This will help us figure out the repairs that your bathroom requires.

Take the measurements yourself

Under ordinary circumstances, a team of technicians would’ve visited your bathroom to take the measures of your plumbing pipes, and other bathroom fixtures.

However, during this pandemic, you should focus on reducing human interaction and can take the measurements of the dimensions of your bathroom yourself.

This will also help you shortlist designs based on the size of your bathroom. Make sure that you consult our experts while measuring—it can get very frustrating and time-consuming if the new bathroom equipment doesn’t fit!

Choose your designs digitally

Shortlisting designs for your bathroom can take a long time. You can use this period of self-isolation to actively lookup websites and Pinterest for fixtures you might like. Instagram is also a great place to find appealing bathroom designs.

You can also create an online bathroom renovation scrapbook where you can add all your favorite products and compare prices to see what fits your budget best!

Disinfect your home

Make sure that you’re following all precautionary measures advised by the CDC, such as frequent handwashing and wearing masks while in public.

To reduce the risk of the virus, you should also disinfect your house before we come over for the plumbing repairs. Use soap and water to clean all frequently touched surfaces such as tables, doorknobs, light switches, and handles.

Don’t forget to disinfect your bathroom. You may use diluted household bleach solutions to clean your faucets, toilets, and sinks.

In case someone at your house is infected, make sure that they’re self-isolating in a separate room and inform us beforehand.

At Pro Serve Plumbing, we offer 24-hour emergency repair for the plumbing issues in your kitchen and bathroom in Fort Worth, TX. Contact us directly at 817-244-0614 for a free quote or visit our website.