With any construction or bathroom remodeling project, you will always have the cost of the materials and the cost of the labor to complete your project. These costs will vary depending on what you wish to have done. Request an appointment today to discuss your options and receive a quote.
Budgets can be extremely handy when dealing with a bathroom remodeling project. Make sure you create a list of everything that you want to have done and set a budget appropriately. This will ensure that you can get the more important jobs done first—a toilet or shower replacement may be more urgent than a brand-new floor.
First, you need to determine what sort of amenities you want in your new bathroom. Are you looking for his and her sinks, a shower, a toilet? All of these features may be important, but if you’re working with a small budget, you should consider remodeling what is breaking down first; if nothing is breaking down, then consider what is most important to you to get done.
If the cost of a complete bathroom remodel seems too high, don’t stress about doing it all at once. You can pick bits and pieces to complete, thus lowering your stress level and the inconveniences that will come with your project. You might want to start by replacing your old bathtub or installing new tiles in your shower, and then work your way around the room as your budget and schedule permits. Keep in mind that 65% of all dollars spent on a bathroom remodel can be effectively recovered in your home’s value.