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Budget Guide

Bath Remodel Budget

So how much does a bath remodel cost? A bath remodel can be the most expensive remodeling project per square foot. There are baths for any budget, and keeping your priorities in check can skim thousands off your final bill. There are two determining factors when calculating the cost of a new bath; the scope and products and services.

1) Scope

The scope is the application for the bath. Are you planning a master luxurious suite or a modest, functional guest bath? This is a great place to start planning your priorities. Are you looking for the super deluxe accessories? For example, purchasing a $100.00 Crystal Brass knob, or will a $4.00 brass knob do the trick? Your scope sets your budget accordingly.

2) Products and Services

With the recent popularity of DIY networks, quality bath products can be found at any budget range. It’s important to receive detailed specifications of the bath outlining all services needed for remodeling. For example, is an interior designer contracted or plumbing contractors included? It’s a great idea to set aside 10-20% of the remodeling budget aside for the unexpected.

Major bath budget calculations.

Installation: 20%

Faucets and Plumbing: 15%

Fixtures: 15%

Counter, Floor, Ventilation, Lighting, Walls, other 50%.

Save Money

Keeping the first three, installation, faucets, plumbing and fixtures on or under budget will keep you’re budget in perspective. It is highly suggested to not move the plumbing fixtures in your remodel, because this will significantly increases plumbing costs.

If you have any questions or concerns about your next remodel, please call the design professionals at Designer Lane to schedule an appointment. Need to find design ideas for your bath remodel? Click here to find out more.

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113 Souder Drive
Hurst, Tx 76053

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