If you own the house you are living in, then chances are you probably would like to have your bathroom remodelled. An ugly, poorly maintained bathroom will have the potential buyers lowering their pricing expectations disproportionate to the amount it would cost to renovate it. A buyer purchasing a renovated house has expectations that certain things are in good shape – that’s why they’re buying a house that’s already been renovated.
Although these figures give ballpark estimates for your own bathroom remodel cost or bathroom addition cost, it’s important to remember that prices vary based on individual project specifications, the quality of materials used, and the Chicago North Shore area remodeling company with which you are contracting.
Small bathroom remodels costs are estimated on five-by-seven foot spaces where the following fixtures are replaced: a vanity with a counter and sink, a standard toilet, a thirty-by-sixty-inch bathtub/shower with tile, a recessed medicine cabinet and light, and ceramic tile flooring.
This cost includes relocation of all fixtures and features two mirrored and lit medicine cabinets above dual sinks and stone countertops, surrounding cabinetry,a compartmentalized room with a toilet, a forty-two-by-forty-two-inch frameless glass shower with ceramic tile, a whirlpool tub, lighting, fan, HVAC systems, in-floor heating, heated towel bars, and ceramic tile flooring.
This estimate for a 2017 Typical Bathroom Remodel is derived from the unit cost method summarized in the American Institute of Architects Detailed Cost Estimating – Best Practices This approach is used by professional designers, contractors, engineers and estimators and uses current wages, material costs, worker productivity benchmarks, supervisory overhead and markup rates.