How much will it cost to remodel my bathroom?

The first thing that generally comes to mind when considering remodeling at least one of your home’s bathrooms is how much the job will cost. However, homeowners who carefully analyze the project and plan for the likelihood of unanticipated costs are often in a better position to finish the task with the least amount of financial hardship.

The average cost of bathroom remodeling.

Our analysis shows that remodeling a bathroom typically costs $5,500. The cost, which may range from $2,000 to $18,000, may be significantly influenced by the kind of project and its scope. For instance, the cost of making high end changes to a large central bathroom will be far more than the cost of cosmetic changes to a powder room.

Designing a water contained area.

The portion of a bathroom designed to get wet and thus be waterproofed is known as the “wet area.” This often refers to the walls around it, the shower stall, the bathtub, or a combination of the two. The plumbing fittings used in a bathroom renovation are sometimes the most expensive part of the process.

A new bathtub may cost anywhere from $600 for a basic alcove tub and $5,000 or more for a jetted bathtub when it comes to fittings for wet rooms. The cost of labor to install it is not included in this pricing. The purchase of a prefabricated unit, which can be installed as a do-it-yourself project for a minimum cost of around $525, is the most economical option for remodeling a shower. However, because the procedure sometimes entails replacing the plumbing, installing new tiles, and other services, hiring an expert to design a custom shower might cost as much as $10,000.

Modernizing cabinets.

The price of remodeling or refinishing your cabinets is sometimes far less than that of many of the project’s other elements. You may install ready-to-assemble cabinets yourself, which can range from $50 to $200 per unit. Of course, more durable materials cost more money, and a high end double vanity might easily cost $2,000 or more. Remember that your bathroom’s cabinetry has to withstand greater humidity than other rooms’ cabinets.

Over the countertops changing.

You may choose from a variety of materials for the cabinets themselves as well as the countertops, which are often paired with cabinetry. Although laminate, tile, and sealed wood are among the least expensive materials, they may be challenging to maintain and susceptible to damage. At the same time, more expensive and durable than other countertop materials, granite, marble, and other solid surface materials like quartzite need frequent sealing and are more prone to show stains.

Plumbing and faucet replacement. 

Plumbing and faucet replacement are relatively inexpensive. If you don’t want to employ a professional plumber, you may do it yourself for a few hundred dollars. This hardware is available in brass, stainless steel, and zinc, each of which may have a distinct finish. Although the faucets are not expensive, significantly altering the plumbing is not a cheap endeavor. You must hire a competent plumber to do the work for you if you want to change the bathroom’s design or the current plumbing, such as moving the bathtub or the toilet. The typical hourly pay for plumbing work is $75 to $130.

Increasing the toilet in your bathroom.

Depending on how well it is maintained, the decision is yours if the toilet is due for an upgrade. A new toilet costs, on average, $600, including the price of the bathroom and the cost of installation. However, if you install the toilet yourself, you may be able to get a model at a discount for as low as $100. Another choice is to look at more expensive models, including those with bidets, multiple flushes, or innovative technology.

Installation of new flooring.

Another thing to think about is the bathroom’s flooring, which has a broad range of options, some of which might even enable you to make significant financial savings. Two of the more costly options for flooring are natural stone and hardwood. Still, more recent varieties of vinyl and laminate flooring may approximate the appearance of these materials for a fraction of the cost. Another alternative that may be reasonably priced are ceramic and porcelain floor tiles. Even though tiles need more work to install and kept clean because of the grout, they are still a standard option.

 

Ventilation.

Ventilation is crucial to ensuring that your bathroom can dry out in between usage and prevent mold growth and mildew. An exhaust fan is often used to do this. This fan will cost between $250 and $500 to replace, but you could also need to construct vents and ductwork if you need to build one from scratch. The project’s overall cost will rise as a result. You need to hire an expert for this, increasing the cost to about $1,000.

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