Are you thinking of buying or renovating a property?
If so, you'll definitely find this useful.

Several tips for buying a house to renovate

Before you start
Regardless of your chosen property, the most important thing you need to take stock of is your finances. These will completely dictate what you do and will guide all of your planning. Working out how much you have to spend will dictate how large the project will be, and how long it will take.
Finding a house
The best way to find a suitable house is to look through different estate agents. As renovation has become much more popular in recent years, the competition for finding suitable properties has risen considerably. Therefore, you may be on an estate agent’s books for many months before they offer you anything.
Before you buy
Before you buy a house, there are a number of things which you should check so you do not get any nasty surprises when it's too late. Make a plan of what changes you would like to make to the house, so you know exactly how the finished product would look. This will help you decide which rooms you want where and will give you an indication of exactly how much work will be necessary.
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Where Should Outlets Go in a Bathroom?

When you are looking at building a house or remodeling an existing one, one of the last things on your mind might be electrical outlet heights.
What is the correct bathroom outlet height? According to bathroom remodeling services Westhampton. Most home bathrooms will place the bathroom outlet 2-4″ above the back splash for the vanity. The NEC does not specify a height requirement only that one receptacle outlet must be placed within 3 ft of the outside edge of each vanity basin.
Height is only one consideration when thinking about bathroom outlets. The number of bathroom outlet receptacles to add should be considered as well.
How Many Outlets Should I Add in a Bathroom?
The NEC code only specifies a minimum number of outlets based on the number of wash basins you will be installing. If you have one sink, you need at least one outlet. If you have two sinks, they can share a single outlet so long as the outlet is placed within 36 of the outer edge of both wash basins.
But what about additional outlets? Should you add more? How many should be added?
I’m not an electrician so that is definitely a question I thought about during my search. What is the standard? What is overboard? In order to answer these questions, you need to think about what you do in your bathroom and what plans you have for it in the future.
Instances Where You Would Need More Than Just the Bathroom Vanity Outlet
Picture yourself lying back in a tub full of bubbles. Guy or girl, it can be super relaxing. Even better? Being able to listen to music or even watch TV.
Adding a recessed outlet towards the ceiling might be a good option if you ever plan on adding a television in your bathroom. If you want to keep your options open for the future, place it somewhere that can easily be concealed with art work or shelving.
Sound is another consideration. I don’t know about you but I love listening to music in the bathroom. You could add sound by hardwiring waterproof speakers at appropriate spots in the bathroom. This certainly would be the most integrated application.
Typically, I use my Amazon Echo plugged into my vanity outlet. In my current bathroom, the vanity outlet is kind of far from the bathtub. For my future bathroom, I’ll definitely consider at least one outlet closer. That device can be USB powered or use a standard outlet which got me thinking about the amount of time some people spend in a bathroom.
What Height Should Bathroom Switches Be?
If placed on a blank wall, bathroom switches should be the same height as every other switch in your house. When being placed above a vanity, height is at your discretion. The NEC doesn’t regulate switch height. In my case, the switches were level with the height of the vanity outlets and that worked out great.