You can expect a bathroom remodel to vary greatly in scope and cost based on its size, the amount of remodeling, and the finishes that you choose. If you have not seen your space and discussed the scope of the project, you cannot receive an accurate quote for your design project. Listed below are a few common cost drivers that may affect the overall price of your project:
- Moving the plumbing or electricity – Your bathroom remodel may cost more if you have to move electrical or plumbing. As a result of moving either of these, it may be necessary to open up walls or floors throughout the rest of the space, which will increase the project’s scope.
- Adding mechanicals – You can quickly increase your project’s cost if you need to add mechanical work, such as electrical for a jet tub, HVAC, or plumbing. You can add or subtract mechanicals from your remodeling project based on how many mechanicals you need.
- Finishes – You can reduce your costs significantly by choosing the right finishes. Tiles, plumbing, fixtures, and more can all be chosen within your budget, which ultimately impacts your bottom line.
- Expansion – If you decide to expand your bathroom or upgrade your bedroom suite during the remodel, you may have to pay more for the remodel.