5 Things to Consider Before You Remodel Your Master Suite

Do you want to do something different in your residence? If so, a home remodeling project may be just the thing you need to inject some new life into your living space. While that may sound like a great idea, you might be wondering where you should start.

In general, it’s wise to start a home remodel with a project that will net you a considerable return on your investment. With that in mind, you might want to remodel your master bedroom. It’s estimated that renovating a master bedroom can yield an ROI of between 40 and 80 percent. To achieve that mark, you must renovate your entire master suite, including your bedroom, bathroom, and closets, rather than focusing on your sleep space exclusively.

The Aging Process

If you plan to stay in your home forever or you’re 50 years old or older, you need to think about the aging process before you undertake a bedroom remodel. Your needs and possibly your physical abilities will change as you get older. You or your partner may need a wheelchair or walker in the future, for example. You may also find it difficult to climb stairs in your later years.

Given those possibilities, you may want to move your master suite to the first floor. Even if you don’t want to do that now, you should at least plan your master suite so that it has wide walkways and doors and a barrier-free shower that has properly installed anchored grab bars.

One current trend is for multiple generations to live under one roof. This trend combined with many young families wanting to buy their “forever” homes early makes homes that can accommodate older and younger adult residents attractive to a wide array of prospective buyers. This is great news if you don’t plan to stay in your current home for decades after your remodel is complete.

Added Space

A home remodel presents the perfect opportunity to enlarge your bedroom. You can add space to your master suite by tearing down non-load-bearing interior walls. Alternatively, you can add space by knocking down an exterior wall and building out if your local zoning laws allow you to do so. You might prefer to add a story to your home instead, but you’ll need to consult an experienced contractor to determine if your foundation will be able to handle the additional weight.


Before you begin remodeling your master suite, you need to think about the things you do and want to be able to do in your bedroom. Do you like to read in your bedroom? If so, you may want to create a reading area. Do you find that you’re constantly heading into the kitchen to use your laptop? If that’s gotten old, consider adding a desk to your bedroom layout.


If you plan to stay in your home for a long time after your bedroom renovation is finished, you may want to incorporate some energy upgrades into your project. Some energy upgrades can cover their costs in just a few years so choose your upgrades wisely.

Home Renovation Contractor

One of the things that can make or break a home remodeling project is the contractor you choose. Just like you need to give your energy upgrades some thought, you need to choose your home renovation contractor carefully.

Once you become familiar with our design and building services, you’ll quickly see that ArDan Construction is the best choice you can make for your master suite renovation. Look through our remodeling portfolio and contact us to schedule a consultation today.