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Bathroom remodels can be big projects. They require a lot of planning and work, especially when you plan on moving water and electric. With that, comes a cost. We don’t say that to scare you, we simply want to be honest. But we look at it as an investment. It’s an investment in your forever home or it’s an investment in a home that you’re looking to eventually sell. Either way, putting money into a bathroom remodel will result in an improved home anyone can enjoy!

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We know it’s tempting to select a contractor solely based on the price they are quoting you. The cheapest option may be best for you in the short-term, but you have to ask yourself: what are you sacrificing with the lower price tag? On the flip-side, paying more doesn’t always mean you’ll get your money’s worth. We want you to be able to make an informed decision when it comes to your next home improvement project.


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That’s where we come in. We’ve been working on homes in Montgomery County and Bucks County for decades. We know what a bathroom remodel project should cost in Eastern Pennsylvania.

Bathroom Remodel Cost

The truth is, it depends. The price tag of your bathroom remodel project depends on the work you’re having done. For a small hallway half-bath remodel, the cost ranges from $16,000 to $25,000. If you’re creating a luxurious master bath, price ranges from $35,000 to $70,000. Again, this is dependent on the experience of your contractor and the materials you pick.

Pro Tip: Ask about doing the remodel in phases if want to keep costs low. Some bathroom projects will have to be done at the same time, replacing the flooring and sink for example. If work can be done in multiple parts, you can spread the overall cost over a longer period of time.

Petty Lane Bathroom (3)Remodeling a bathroom takes a custom design to properly evaluate your needs and budget. Are you going from a half-bath to a full bathroom? Do you need new flooring or countertops? What about the plumbing? Is the sink staying put?

Do you need help selecting the best bathroom materials to consider during the bathroom remodel? We are happy to help you with any and all steps of your process.

These are all valid questions and there’s a balance you need to consider when planning with a contractor. Iron out your priorities within your budget. You may have to swap out some fixtures or you might have to select a different type of tile. An experienced contractor will help you prioritize your project to make sure it gets done and on budget.

Need help paying for your bathroom remodel? There are several options beyond using cash. Take a look at some of the loan opportunities you might have available to you.

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