Depending on the size, the amount of remodeling, and the finishes you choose, the scope and cost of a bathroom remodel can vary greatly. Unless we first see your space and discuss the scope of your project, we cannot guarantee a price for your design project. We have, however, listed below a few common cost drivers that may affect the overall cost of your project:
- Moving the plumbing or electricity – Your bathroom remodel may be substantially more expensive if you need to relocate electricity or plumbing. A move of either of these may result in the need to open up walls or floors throughout the rest of the space, which will increase the scope of the project.
- Adding mechanicals – Any mechanical work you need to add, such as electrical for a jet tub, HVAC, or plumbing, can quickly increase the cost of your project. The amount of mechanicals needed may require you to add or subtract from your scope of work to keep your remodeling project on budget.
- Finishes – You can significantly reduce your costs by selecting the right finishes. You can choose tiles, plumbing, fixtures, and more within your budget, which ultimately impacts your bottom line.
- Expansion – A bathroom remodel may have an impact on your final cost if you chose to expand your bathroom or upgrade your bedroom suite as part of the remodel.