Understanding Your Bathroom Remodeling Cost
Many of us want to remodel our bathroom, but at the same time, we don’t really want to spend a lot of money doing so. However, you don’t need to worry about spending a lot of money for one such project, because there are ways through which you can renovate your bathroom without breaking the bank.
Based on information from high profile home remodeling magazines, in 2012 the cost of remodeling a mid range bathroom was around 15.500 dollars and even more than that, based on your definition of mid range and where you live. Also, remodeling a bathroom costs more in the Northeast and West, but it’s cheaper for those living in the South. The good news is that a bathroom remodeling will recoup 102% of its cost if you’ll decide to sell your home, you can have the peace of mind that you’re not flushing cash down the toilet. With that in mind, below we’re going to explore how Bathroom remodeling cost is affected when considering one such project.
Most people will consider a GC for remodeling their bathroom, but you can also do it yourself if you’re an experienced DIY-er. If you’re not, then you need to research a good GC, get as many bids as you can and don’t forget to ask for references. Ask past clients if they were happy with the GC’s professionalism and results. Remember, if your goal is to save as much money as possible, you can do the demolition yourself.
Regardless of who does it, labor costs good money. Those who lay the tiles, plumb the fixtures, install ceiling lights and sconces, will cost a lot of money, and you need to be aware of that when laying your bathroom plan. If you want to change your bathroom’s original layout, you should know that putting in a new window or moving plumbing or lights can be a bit expensive.
By planning carefully and being creative, you’ll most certainly end up with a wonderful bathroom that didn’t break the bank.