We undertake all kinds of remodeling projects - from residential additions and decks to bathroom,
But we particularly thrive on bathroom renovations, therefore we have accumulated substantial experience and skill in remodeling bathroom of various types, sizes, and complexities!
Standard Bathroom 5'x7' Remodel;
The price for such a project does not include the cost of finish materials and would approximately be: $250 -$350 per square foot or $8,750 to $12,250.This scenario illustrates the process of remodeling an existing 5'x7' bathroom. In addition to the steps described in the "Our Bathroom Remodeling Process" section below, we would replace all the existing fixtures with a new 30"x60" bathtub with a ceramic tile surround and a single-lever temperature and pressure-balanced shower control, a standard white toilet, a solid-surface vanity countertop with an integrated sink, a recessed medicine cabinet with a light, and a ceramic tile floor and painted walls.
Bathroom Addition 5'x8' Remodel;
The price for such a project does not include the cost of finish materials and would approximately be: $450 - $575 per square foot or $18,000 to $23,000.This scenario illustrates the addition of a new 5'x8' bathroom onto the side of an existing house over a crawlspace. We would demolish a portion of the house's exterior wall where the new bathroom would connect to the existing house and we then would construct framing for the walls, floor, and roof/ceiling and mount the structure on concrete footings. We would add sheathing and drywall on the walls, floor, and ceiling and install plumbing, drainage, and electricity lines in the manner described in the "Our Bathroom Remodeling Process" section above. We would also install the door and any windows. Once the structure and walls have been finished, we would proceed to install a tub/shower combination, a vanity, a toilet, a tiled floor and walls, lights, and miscellaneous bathroom accessories, in addition to painting the walls and ceiling.
Master Bathroom Remodel;
The price for such a project does not include the cost of finish materials and would approximately be: $275-$400 per square foot or $27,500 to $40,000.This scenario illustrates the renovation of a 100-square-foot master bathroom. In addition to the steps described in the Cupboards Kitchen And Bath Discounters Inc's Remodeling Process section, we would relocate some of the plumbing fixtures and install a custom
shower with ceramic tile walls with accent strips, a recessed shower caddy, body spray fixtures, and a frameless glass enclosure. We would also install a custom whirlpool tub, a vanity with a stone countertop and two integrated sinks, two mirrored medicine cabinets with lighting, an enclosed bidet dual-flush toilet, and a humidistat-controlled exhaust fan. We also install large matching ceramic tiles on the floor laid out in a diamond pattern, wood or ceramic molding along the perimeter of the floor, general and spot lighting in the ceiling (including a waterproof light inside the shower), and customized cabinetry built into the walls. Finally, we would install or improve the HVAC system and include a radiant-heated floor and heated towel racks.
Conversion of a tub Into Walking Shower;
The price for such a project does not include the cost of finish materials and would approximately be: $8,500 and up,This scenario illustrates the replacement of an existing tub with a new walk-in shower. We would remove the existing tub and strip its enclosure down to the bare studs. We'd then relocate the shower drain to the center and change the waste line to 2" if necessary. We'd finish the surround with moisture and mold resistant drywall and finish the new shower floor and wall enclosure with ceramic tile or stone tile. Finally, we'd install a glass shower door and any miscellaneous shower fixtures (nozzles, faucets, knobs, shelves, grab bars, etc.)
Tub, Toilet Vanities Replacement;
The price for such a project does not include the cost of finish materials and would approximately be: $6,500 and up.This scenario illustrates the replacement of an existing tub, toilet, and vanity with new fixtures. We would begin by tearing out the existing fixtures and stripping their surroundings down to the bare studs if necessary (if there is evidence of water damage, etc). We would then install a new tub with a custom shower door, a new toilet, and a new vanity with a surround and a matching countertop. We would install new tiles in the tub/showerenclosure and replace any tiles that were removed on the surrounding walls.