A bathroom remodel can vary greatly in scope and cost based on the size, the amount of remodeling needed, and the finishes you choose for your space. Due to the custom nature of our design projects, we can’t guarantee a price for your project without first seeing your space and discussing the scope of the work. However we do have some common cost drivers listed below that may impact the overall cost of your project:
- Moving the plumbing or electricity – If you need to move electricity or plumbing within your bathroom remodel, this may seriously impact the cost of your project. Moving either of these may result in the need to open up walls or floors throughout the rest of the space and will add to the scope of work.
- Adding mechanicals – If you need to add any mechanincals like electrical for a jet tub, HVAC, or plumbing, this can quickly add up in the cost of your project. You may need to add or subtract from your scope of work based on the amount of mechanicals needed in order to keep your remodel in budget.
- Finishes – The selections you choose for your finishes can greatly affect your cost. Things like tile selections, plumbing, fixtures and more allow you to choose within your budget and ultimately impact your bottom line.
- Expansion – The choice to expand your bathroom or include a bedroom suite upgrade in your bathroom remodel can impact your final cost.