A bathroom remodeling project, on average, will cost an estimated $15,000 – $20,000 dollars. There are a lot of factors which influence the remodeling cost during a bathroom renovation. Incorporating a few Universal Design practices into a bathroom remodel would provide you the flexibility and durability that you need to continue to grow and remain in your current home.
While this limits color choices, the low cost (around $100.00) makes them attractive enough that many people use these and use decorative tile only from the floor to the ceiling in the shower. Think about what elements in your bathroom you most want to change and what you can live with and without.
A bathroom remodel in the Pacific region is estimated at $21,635 and adds $16,206 in value. While you can reglaze an existing sink, the time, effort and cost will more than likely negate any benefits over buying a replacement, which can cost as little as $100.
Bathroom remodeling is also estimated to add 75 cents of value for each dollar spent. This was a bathroom where you wanted to do your business and get out as quickly as possible. For example, you may covet the idea of including a self-sanitizing toilet, or those lovely heated floor tiles when you remodel or add a bathroom, but the cost to value benefit would likely not reflect well in an increased resale price.
These numbers are based on a very small, full bathroom with a bathtub, sink, and toilet. The price that a contractor quotes to you may not be the total cost of the job by the time the work is completed. Since the largest expense with a bathroom remodel is labor, this can save quite a lot of money.