These bathroom renderings are designed to illustrate the style and material selections for the bathroom. You may want minor customizations (different paint color or faucet, convert the tub to a shower, etc.) or the layout of your bathroom may be different, and that is okay. Simply select the rendering that you like the best to continue. Your personal project designer will ensure your new bathroom will be exactly what you want.
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Type of Home
Bathroom remodels that do not require using stairs or elevators to access the job site cost less money. You will save $698 if your bathroom is on the first floor/street level.
Several amenities and indulgences available upon discussion with your consultant. The items listed below are some of the more popular additional comforts our clients request for their new bathrooms.
Tub Glass Doors / No Shower Rod
Waterproof Recessed Lights
Convert Tub to Shower with Acrylic Shower Pan
Note: Additional items will increase the cost of the project based on the feature added.
The type of home being remodeled contributes to the project price. Condos and spaces not on the first floor cost more to remodel.
SINGLE FAMILY HOME:
This includes a detached single family home, as well as a townhouse/rowhouse.
Access to condo buildings requires more coordination and time, which makes remodeling a condo more expensive.
was Built or Remodeled
The age of your bathroom varies the price of the remodel. This is based on the conditions of your existing space. Older bathrooms cost more to remodel than newer bathrooms do.
1965 OR OLDER:
Homes built or remodeled prior to 1966 contain lead paint on the walls. special precautions will be taken to remove the lead paint safely according to the EPA's RRP lead containment requirements. Additionally, these homes typically have 3"-5" concrete floors and 1" thick concrete walls which need to be removed in order to remove the old tile. The price includes replacement of the existing drain lines found in the concrete floor, new wood floor joists with plywood subfloor, as well as the removal of the remaining plaster walls and replacement with new drywall.
Homes built or remodeled prior to 1978 likely contain lead paint on the walls. Special precautions will be taken to remove the lead paint safely according to the EPA’s RRP lead containment requirements. Additionally, these homes typically have 1” thick concrete floors which need to be removed in order to remove the old tile.
1977 - Present
Homes built or remodeled after 1977 require no additional preparations.