Whether a bathroom is designed for functionality or if its for your personal solitude. A well organized and finished bathroom can give you peace of mind and a place to be away from life’s distractions. Maybe only momentarily, but some time none the less. Imagine a spa like shower retreat or if you enjoy relaxing in a tub a new soaker tub with massage and light therapy.
3‘x5’ bathroom: $8,500-$11,000
5’x8’ bathroom: $10,000-$20,000
6’x10’ bathroom: $17,000-$25,000
8’x12’ bathroom: $19,000-30,000
10’x14’ bathroom: $20,000-40,000
12’x18’ bathroom: $35,000-$100,000
When renovating a bathroom multiple materials have to be purchased. There are the basics of building materials like studs and hardy board. All these material costs can be found on any building products site. You can price out all the materials you need by calculating the square footage of your walls and floors and how much material you need for each specific area in your bathroom. Once you have done that you can start looking at vanities and tile prices. Add all The items so you are prepared.
When looking to renovate your bathroom you should always be as realistic as you can be with your expectations once you know your budget. It’s never up to the contractor to determine your budget it’s up to you. So do your homework:
Any fixtures and products you want to use, calculate:
Cost factors that could affect your budget:
Size: increasing Sq footage increases material costs and labor costs to install
Ceiling Height: ceilings taller than 8’ are always an added expense
Scope of Work: Adding a shower and a tub when you only had a shower in your bathroom
Types of Plumbing Upgrades: steam shower/ jetted tubs
Types of Material Choices: a shower pan is much less in labor than a mud pan for tile and the tile work itself.
Custom Vanity or Stock Vanity
All bathroom final pricing is subject to interior inspection. Upon demolition if damage is discovered and repairs are required your expenses will increase.