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Remodeled Bathroom

Here are some tips that will help you choose which bathroom remodel is good for your unique needs and budget.

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Cabinet/ Vanity Top Upgrade

If you don't have a lot of money to spend on a new bathroom or just don't want to deal with the hassel of a complete remodeling mess for a few weeks, then consider changing just your cabinets and vanity top. While it may not seem like much of a remodeling job, putting in new cabinetry or countertops can make your old bathroom look like new again. Plus, you can usually get the job done in a day or two. To really spice up your bathroom, you may even want to put in a new sink and sink fixtures. While you're upgrading your bathroom, don't forget to install some GFI (ground fault interrupter) outlets. These will help to make your bathroom safer.

 

The final cost for this job will depend on the type of materials you use and how many upgrades you decide to do

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Remodeled Bathroom Standard Half Bath

Since half baths tend to be limited in space, there is only so much you can do when it comes time to remodel it. In addition to installing GFI outlets and new cabinets and vanity tops, consider adding a new medicine cabinet, some new lighting and a new sink and sink fixtures. Although it will make the renovations more expensive, laying down new flooring as well as redoing the tiling in the shower and putting in a new toilet will add considerable value to your home. If you are planning on repainting your walls and ceiling, it will be easiest to paint before you put any of the new fixtures in.

 

Expect to pay around $3,200.00 for the finished job

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Deluxe Half Bath Remodeled Bathroom

Turning your standard half bath into a deluxe half bath will not only provide you with a relaxing haven in your home but can add extra value to your home. In addition to repainting the walls and ceiling, you will need to put in a new toilet, retile the shower as well as lay down new flooring. Ceramic or porcelain tiles easily lend the room a sophisticated touch. Up-grading your standard sink to a deluxe vanity and possibly even adding a second sink will help to make your bathroom more efficient and elegant. Finish off the room with some new lighting; recessed lights or wall sconces can help create an intimate feel to the room. And don't forget to replace all your electrical outlets with GFI outlets.

 

Expect to pay around $5,400.00 for the finished job

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Standard Full Bath

Remodeled Bathroom

Replacing everything in your bathroom can be quite a daunting job, so make sure you can handle having your bathroom out of commission for a while. In addition to adding new cabinets and vanity tops, remodeling the standard full bath will also involve putting in a new bathtub, sink and toilet. Consider installing a low consumption toilet, which can help lower your monthly bills. You should also change all your old and any new electrical outlets to GFI outlets. A fresh coat of paint, a new lighted medicine cabinet and new light fixtures will revive any drab bathroom.

 

Expect to pay around $8,500.00 for the finished job

 

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Deluxe Full Bath

Remodeled Bathroom The most elite and also the priciest bathroom renovation job, turning your full bath into a deluxe bathroom will provide you with a tranquil spot where you can completely relax and unwind at the end of a long day. Replace your old bathtub with a deluxe whirlpool or jacuzzi bath and tile the wall area surrounding the tub. Get rid of your plastic shower curtain and replace it with a sliding glass door. For extra elegance, consider putting in a partition wall to seperate the bath area from the sink area. Lay down some new ceramic tile flooring. Adding a custom vanity along with cabinets will truly make this space uniquely yours. For your finishing touches, install some recessed lights or wall sconces and change all your electrical outlet to GFI outlets.

 

Expect to pay around $9,500.00 for the finished job

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