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Bathroom Remodels
Bathroom Remodels

Bathroom Remodels

Project Objective: Although possessing a very modest master bathroom footprint and layout already, showering and storage were a couple key elements that were deemed to be a bit undersized for the homeowners. While not absolutely mandatory, a revamped layout that game them a bit more elbow was certainly a welcome…
Project Objective: Having a very typical secondary, full bathroom configuration with original bathroom products from the conception of the home, the objective of this remodel was plain and simple....update, update, update! The footprint, overall flow, and infrastructure of the bathroom was more than fine, it just needed a little introduction…
Project Objective: With a relatively modest sized master bathroom already and no easy room for expansion, the main objective of this remodel was to update the products.  Two nice-to-haves were a more open shower and a double-bowl vanity.
Project Objective: Although possessing a very modest sized master bathroom footprint already, the space did not feel nearly as large as it was on paper and the flow was awkward. In addition to a complete update of the products, a mandatory goal was to make better use of the space.
Project Objective: Having a very spacious and accommodating secondary, full bathroom configuration already, the objective of this remodel was simply to update the bathroom with modern components and not break the bank...to maximize monies that could be diverted into a follow-up master bathroom remodel on the heels of this one.
  Project Objective:   The main goal in finishing off the bathroom space within the new master suite addition was to create a modestly styled bathroom with an emphasis on providing ample space and functionality in the bathroom for the customers to "age into".
Project Objective: Although possessing modest sized spaces for both the master bathroom and walk-in closet, both spaces were highly outdated, inefficient, awkward, and generally in need of being re-designed. The overall goal...tear down the wall between the bath and closet and come up with an entirely new, functional design that…
Project Objective: The main objective of this remodel was to improve the usage of space.  The footprint of the existing first floor master bathroom was large by most standards, but it contained a decent amount of unused and/or dysfunctional space.  The large soaking tub was very nice, but seldom used…
Project Objective: A rather typical 1970s bath in both size and fixture color (!), the homeowners sought mainly a product update; however a walk-in shower was by far more practical than the existing tub/shower combination. The homeowner also fell in love with a rich blue mosaic tile that needed to…
Project Objective: A rather large, seldom used tub occupied a lot of floor space in this homeowner's master bathroom. A decently sized, but closed in, walk-in shower was also a large fixture in this space. The overall footprint of the room seemed fine, but the homeowner was convinced there was…
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Typical Bath Remodeling Project Costs

Bathroom Update - Level 1
Average
Project Cost
$9,400

Update an existing 5-by-8-foot bathroom that’s at least 25 years old. Retain original walls and trim, replace tub with a 54-by-29 tub w/ surround. Install new single-lever temperature and pressure-balanced shower control, standard white toilet, solid surface vanity counter with integral single sink, mirror w/ with light, and medium quality resilient flooring; Repaint ceiling walls and trim.

Bathroom Update - Level 2
Average
Project Cost
$14,800

Update an existing 5-by-8-foot bathroom that’s at least 25 years old. Gut bathroom back to original studs. Replace all fixtures to include 30-by-60-inch fiberglass tub w/ ceramic tile surround, new single-lever temperature and pressure-balanced shower control, standard white toilet, pedestal sink, recessed medicine cabinet with light, and ceramic tile floor. Install chair rail molding w/ bead board on lower half. Finish with painted ceiling, walls, and trim.

Bathroom Remodel - Level 1
Average
Project Cost
Return on Investment* Projected Resale Value
$29,300 71.9% $21,000

Expand an existing 5-by-8-foot bathroom to 9 by 9 feet within existing house footprint. Add another window, bringing total glazing area to 30 square feet. Relocate and replace tub with custom 4-by-6-foot shower with single valve and 3 jetted sprays, ceramic tile surround, and glass door. Relocate and replace toilet. Add medium-range stone tops in maple vanity cabinet with undermount sinks and polished nickel faucets. Add linen/towel storage closet. Include ceramic tile floor, papered walls, and hardwood trim. Add general and spot lighting and a humidistat-controlled exhaust fan.

Bathroom Remodel - Level 2
Average
Project Cost
$32,900

Expand an existing 5-by-8-foot bathroom to 10 by 12 feet within existing house footprint. Add another window, bringing total glazing area to 30 square feet. Relocate and replace tub with custom 4-by-6-foot dual shower with top-of-line fittings and full-body-wash shower wall, tile, glass block divider, glass door, and glass panel. Relocate and replace toilet. Add granite stone tops in custom cherry cabinet with twin designer undermount sinks and polished nickel faucets. Add step-in linen/towel storage closet. Include ceramic tile floor, chair and crown molding, and hardwood trim. Add general and spot lighting and a humidistat-controlled exhaust fan w/ heater.

Service Area: We undertake bathroom remodeling projects in the Greater Richmond area in Virginia (VA).

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