Start by asking questions about your bathroom remodeling project

There are no right or wrong answers here, but how you respond will help determine an appropriate remodeling budget. After you determine which bathroom you are going to remodel (because a powder room is going to cost less than a master bathroom), the easiest question to consider is what the scope of your bathroom remodeling project is. Will this be a straight “tear and replace” where you are changing little to nothing about the design? That may keep costs down some, depending on your product selections.

Some other questions to ask before you begin:

  1. Will any other rooms be involved or affected?
  2. Are you keeping any fixtures or other items?
  3. Will you be moving or adding any plumbing?
  4. Will any switches or outlets require new wiring or positioning?
  5. Is a new floor needed?

The more yes’s to the above questions, the greater the likelihood that the cost of your remodel will be higher.

One more thing to consider. Look at home prices around you. Have any neighbors remodeled recently? Are homes in your neighborhood holding their value? It is a good bet that a vibrant new bathroom (or kitchen for that matter) can help set apart a home, particularly at resale time.

If you don't think you can zero in on a budget for your own bathroom remodeling project, don't worry.  Contact us and we will be glad to help!

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