Pricing Guide
  • Basement Remodel & Finish
  • Nearly Finished Basements
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Whole Home Remodel
  • Historic Homes

Basement Remodel

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Creating your personalized dream space out of a space that’s being under used is very exciting. Finishing or remodeling your basement will extend your living space and make your home complete!

$70K - $90k

Bottom of Range

$85K - $140K

Average Range

$200K+

Top of Range

Here are the top 6 factors that drive cost

1

LAYOUT AND AGE OF HOME

Basements are an extension of the family home and the hub of family play and engagement. Sometimes, it’s necessary to move plumbing or structural elements to achieve a desired function. This can drive cost. Age of home, water intrusion, radon, and uneven concrete can also add to your budget.

2

BASEMENT FEATURES

If you end up finishing your basement in the future, a custom bar can make turn your basement into an entertainment space. Custom cabinets, wet bars, backsplashes, and appliances will affect cost. A fireplace is a perfect way to make your basement the coziest space in the house. You’ll want to account for the cost of stone, a mantel, a gas line, and power when budgeting.

3

SPECIALTY ROOMS

If you end up finishing your basement in the future, our team can incorporate unique rooms — wine cellars, home gyms, crafting rooms, and more — into your basement project. This design will be unique to you and your vision. Cost for these specialty spaces depend on the level of customization, which includes materials, equipment, finishes, plumbing, electrical, and more.

4

BATHROOMS

Adding a bathroom to your basement can make the space feel more convenient, complete, and even luxurious. Bathrooms require water and electricity, and can certainly add to the cost of your project. It’s important to note the extent of plumbing you currently have in your basement, as this can affect cost.

5

ELECTRICAL AND APPLIANCES

Appliances — like kegerators, pizza ovens, and microwaves — will impress your guests and create more convenience in your basement. An often-overlooked cost is that of the hidden mechanical updates required to power your new appliances. Your FBC team is here to help you determine those costs.

6

EGRESS WINDOWS & CODE COMPLIANCE

Two points of egress is a code requirement in all basements and can impact the project cost if it doesn’t already exist. Egress windows are operable windows that accomodates a safe exit in the case of an emergency. Egress windows also provide added natural light and ventilation, which allow a space to feel more comfortable.

Nearly Finished

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Nearly Finished Basement is a cost-friendly way to start using a space in your home that’s underused. NFBs creates the framework of your basement and sets you up to turn an unfinished basement into your dream space.

$45K - $55K

Bottom of Range

$60K - $80K

Average Range

$90K+

Top of Range

Here are the top 6 factors that drive cost

1

LAYOUT AND AGE OF HOME

Basements are an extension of the family home and the hub of family play and engagement. Sometimes, it’s necessary to move plumbing or structural elements to achieve a desired function. This can drive cost. Age of home, water intrusion, radon, and uneven concrete can also add to your budget.

2

BASEMENT FEATURES

A custom bar can make turn your basement into an entertainment space. Custom cabinets, wet bars, backsplashes, and appliances will affect cost. A fireplace is a perfect way to make your basement the coziest space in the house. You’ll want to account for the cost of stone, a mantel, a gas line, and power when budgeting.

3

SPECIALTY ROOMS

Our team can incorporate unique rooms — wine cellars, home gyms, crafting rooms, and more — into your basement project. This design will be unique to you and your vision. Cost for these specialty spaces depend on the level of customization, which includes materials, equipment, finishes, plumbing, electrical, and more.

4

BATHROOMS

Adding a bathroom to your basement can make the space feel more convenient, complete, and even luxurious. Bathrooms require water and electricity, and can certainly add to the cost of your project. It’s important to note the extent of plumbing you currently have in your basement, as this can affect cost.

5

ELECTRICAL AND APPLIANCES

Appliances — like kegerators, pizza ovens, and microwaves — will impress your guests and create more convenience in your basement. An often-overlooked cost is that of the hidden mechanical updates required to power your new appliances. Your FBC team is here to help you determine those costs.

6

EGRESS WINDOWS & CODE COMPLIANCE

Two points of egress is a code requirement in all basements and can impact the project cost if it doesn’t already exist. Egress windows are operable windows that accomodates a safe exit in the case of an emergency. Egress windows also provide added natural light and ventilation, which allow a space to feel more comfortable.

Kitchen Remodel

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

Remodeling a kitchen is a big commitment, but when it comes to ROI, it is one of the best spaces in your home to update. While it can be one of the more expensive projects to complete, a kitchen remodel is an investment that can enhance your home’s value and its functionality.

$60k - $70K

Bottom of Range

$90k - $110K

Average Range

$120k+

Top of Range

Here are the top 6 factors that drive cost

1

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

An exceptional remodel often involves great space planning. An expert designer will ensure every inch of the space is being used to the fullest potential. Depth and complexity of the project can impact plumbing, electrical, and sub-flooring cost.

2

SCOPE CREEP

Once a kitchen is gutted and walls are taken out, there are many factors that influence the scope (or amount) of work. You can feel confident your FBC team has a plan in place to handle unforeseens. This includes HVAC, plumbing, electrical, finishing, flooring, paint, and more.

3

FLOORING

Flooring adds beauty, charm, and appeal to your design. It’s important to consider how flooring choices will enhance the cabinet and countertop choices.Price can vary based on the type and amount of flooring that’s chosen, and if it flows into other areas in the home.

4

APPLIANCES

Appliances are available in a broad range of prices, so it’s important to be cognizant of your options when budget planning. The hidden mechanical and code updates required to power your new appliances can be cost drivers.

5

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are always changing. The FBC team will ensure that your kitchen meets all necessary code requirements.This may require updates to your home’s mechanical specs and, thus, impact the cost of your project.

6

FINISHING DETAILS & MATERIALS

Finishing touches — like lighting, countertops, and cabinets — create a picture-perfect kitchen. Designer finishes change the project pricing, so understanding what finishes mean the most to your design will help you plan your budget.

Bathroom Remodel

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

A bathroom remodel is typically the second most involved project in a home remodel. There are numerous features packed into a relatively small space and cost driving factors can be found everywhere. Fortunately, a bathroom remodel provides a high value return on your investment.

$60k - $70k

Bottom of Range

$80k -$100k

Average Range

$110k+

Top of Range

Here are the top 6 factors that drive cost

1

RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

An exceptional remodel often involves great space planning. An expert designer will ensure every inch of the space is being used to the fullest potential. Depth and complexity of the project can impact plumbing, electrical, and sub-flooring cost.

2

FIXTURES, TILE, AND FINISHES

Having tile in your shower and on the floor will bring your design style to life and make the space look priceless. Fixtures like the bathtub, vanity sinks, and faucets can make a statement in your bathroom. The brand and style of your fixtures, tile, and finishes can be a significant cost-driving factor in your remodel.

3

VANITIES

Vanities will allow you to stay organized in style without compromising space. Choose from a variety of features like hamper pull-outs, sliding towel bars, or storage space for linens all allow you to customize your needs. These customizations, including wood type, finishes, storage, and door style, are all cost drivers.

4

ELECTRICAL

Good lighting is essential in bathrooms, especially around mirrors. It’s important to consider possible electrical updates to accommodate adequate lighting and outlets. These updates can affect the project’s cost, so be sure to talk to the FBC team about lighting during the planning phase.

5

CODE COMPLIANCE

Residential codes are always changing. The FBC team will ensure that your kitchen meets all necessary code requirements.This may require updates to your home’s mechanical specs and, thus, impact the cost of your project.

6

SCOPE CREEP

Every bathroom remodel project is different. Once a bathroom is gutted and walls are taken out there are many factors that influence the scope (or amount) of work. This can include HVAC, plumbing, electrical, finishing, flooring, paint, or any other element that may arise.

Whole Home Remodel

WHAT’S INCLUDED?

An entire home remodel will transform your residence and the way your family lives in your most cherished asset. Please call us. We want to learn more about your renovation goals and be part of this exciting journey.

$115K - $145K

Bottom of Range

$150K - $190K

Average Range

$200K+

Top of Range

Here are the top 6 factors that drive cost

1

AGE OF HOME

Depending on the year your home was built, your project may require mechanical updates, like plumbing, HVAC, or electrical, to get the most from your remodel. Sometimes lead and asbestos will need to be remedied appropriately before construction begins.

2

SQUARE FOOTAGE

The more square footage you have, the more opportunity you have to enhance the overall function of your space. It’s important to note the cost associated with material and labor. Rest assured, your designer will craft the highest function for any given space, so areas don’t go unused or ignored.

3

OPENING WALLS & RECONFIGURATION OF LAYOUT

Vanities will allow you to stay organized in style without compromising space. Choose from a variety of features like hamper pull-outs, sliding towel bars, or storage space for linens all allow you to customize your needs. These customizations, including wood type, finishes, storage, and door style, are all cost drivers.

4

FINISHING DETAILS & MATERIALS

Finishing touches — like custom hardware, lighting, and specialty doors — create a picture-perfect look. Designer and upgraded finishes can change the project pricing quickly. Flooring, countertops, appliances, fixtures, and other finishes you choose throughout your home will also have their own range of cost.

5

ELECTRICAL

Electrical almost always plays a role in space planning. Outlets, old wiring, or electrical panels may need updating depending on the age of the home. Our team will make sure your home meets all necessary code requirements. This may require updates to your home’s mechanical and impact the cost of your project.

6

UNFORESEEN COSTS

Remodeling a large part of your home is an exciting way to make your space larger, feel fresh and look like new. Even savvy construction teams can’t be aware of all potential problems that are hidden inside walls and under floors. Luckily, with FBC Remodel’s experienced team and fixed pricing, you can plan for the unexpected.

Historic Homes

What Makes A Historic Home?

Historic home remodels are an exciting way to update your older home while maintaining the historic charm of the time it was built in. There are a few different ways to consider a project a historic home. At FBC Remodel, a historic home is:

  • Built before 1970
  • In Denver, considered a historical home in need of special permitting by the historical home board.

 Due to their custom nature, historic home remodels are typically more expensive and may have a longer than average construction time. Learn more about what goes into historic home remodel pricing.

Average Historic Home Pricing

$70K+

 Bathroom Remodels

$85K +

KITCHEN REMODELS

$130K+

BASEMENT FINISHES

$100K+

NEARLY FINISHED BASEMENTS

$110K - $120K

SMALL WHOLE HOME REMODEL 

$125K - $140K

LARGE WHOLE HOME REMODEL

TOP 6 FACTORS THAT DRIVE COST

1

 BRINGING YOUR HOME TO CODE

A historic home generally creates price increases in nearly every aspect of the project due to the extremely old conditions, existing remodeled items that were not done correctly, or sometimes, both. You are bringing an old house up to current code which is not an easy task and can require extra steps we wouldn’t have to take in a more modern space. This can include adding egress windows, adjusting ceiling heights, rewiring the house, and adding insulation throughout the home.

2

SPECIALTY TRADES

In our Minneapolis market, special licensing is required for plumbing and HVAC contractors to work with historic homes. These specially licensed trades typically come at a higher labor cost due to their expertise and the complexity of working within a historic home.

3

CEILING HEIGHTS

In most cities, a ceiling height of at least 7’ is required, especially in basements. Some cities will not let you do any construction unless it is possible to get to this ceiling height, likely by doing a dig down or moving pipes that are contributing to low ceiling space.

4

UPGRADING MECHANICS & ELECTRICAL

Updating a historic home means bringing all of the mechanics, electrical, and plumbing up to the current code. This can include rewiring the house, cleaning up existing electrical wiring, adding plumbing rough-ins, and adding a sub-panel.

5

LEAD & ASBESTOS

To create the safest construction and living environment, lead and asbestos testing are done in all of our projects. However, historic homes are the most likely to experience issues with lead and asbestos. Lead is most likely found in anything built before 1978, while asbestos is found even in homes today. Mitigating these issues can comes at a significant cost to the homeowner.

6

FLOORING

Typically, historic homes need brand new flooring through a more extensive process than simply replacing the existing floors. Most historic homes need their floors leveled and need to put in waterproofing and drain tiles which can be incredibly expensive.

CUSTOM PROJECT PRICING

At FBC Remodel, our projects are custom designed and custom-built to your exact space and scope of work. Due to the custom nature of our projects, pricing will vary and this page provides no guarantee of the actual price of your project. For more information on your project’s pricing, contact us to set up a design consultation.