Imagine how much more enjoyment you would get from your home if you could remodel your master bath? Picture yourself washing away the stresses of the day while sitting in your Bluetooth-controlled steam shower enjoying your favorite music and cleansing impurities from your body – that’s priceless!
Almost every prospective client asks how much it costs to remodel a bathroom. The answer is – it depends. There are numerous factors that affect a project's cost. Moving walls, electrical, plumbing and other infrastructure items will add to the price tag.
Here’s how we create value and help assure that budgets are stretched to meet bathroom-remodeling goals. Start with the right layout. New baths not only have to be beautiful, they also need to be functional.
Labor is the biggest cost of any bathroom renovation, and the bottom line on labor is affected by the size and shape of the bath and the scope of the project. Odd shapes and larger baths will generally be more costly than a conventional sized and shaped bath.
We also know where the greatest returns on investments are in a remodel. One is to allocate more resources to the products that you will use every day such as the shower system. Vanities allow you to make a personal and unique design statement and provide storage solutions that you need.
Little details matter a lot. Hardware for your cabinet doors and drawers is comparable to the jewelry you select when going out for a night on the town. It makes a huge difference, but does not have to have a Tiffany price tag. You can make a striking statement with the right hardware.
Lighting provides another opportunity to obtain a luxury look on a limited budget. Lighting is primarily responsible for how your new bath will look and feel. When you compromise the quality of light, you compromise the entire project. Today, lighting technology offers unlimited options to create different moods and feelings every time you use your bath or kitchen. Plus, pendants, chandeliers, sconces, under cabinet, in-drawer, in-cabinet, and well placed in-ceiling lighting offers another opportunity to express your individual style within a defined budget.
Flooring represents an opportunity to stretch your budget dollars as well. Large ceramic tiles installed diagonally give a rich impression without a corresponding large price tag.