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Will Remodeling My Bathroom Increase the Value of My Home?
Homeowners consider home renovation for two main reasons: to enjoy their space more and to add value to their home. Each process adds a different amount of money to the value of your home, but how much does bathroom remodeling add?
You should understand that you will need a quote (or preferably more than one) for your bathroom remodeling project because the final cost will be dependent on the number of bathroom fixtures and materials used.
If you go the midrange or upscale remodeling route, you can recoup up to 50% of the remodeling cost at resale, making bathroom remodeling one of the most profitable home improvement projects. Furthermore, if you are contemplating a home sale, a remodeled bathroom will help sell your home faster.
For more information on the return on investment, contact us at (877) 702-2028 or fill out the form above to request an estimate.
How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost on Average?
When determining the cost of a renovation, the size of your bathroom is critical. Primary or master bathroom remodels cost more on average because they increase home resale value and improve day-to-day function. Beautiful baths help sell houses.
There are three basic types of bathrooms.
Powder Room: A powder room is a small bathroom. This type of bathroom may require faucet, toilet, flooring, lighting, and vanity upgrades.
Guest or Hall Bathroom: A medium-sized guest bathroom will have more room to remodel, such as updating faucets, flooring, lighting, vanity, freshly painted walls, and upgrading the bathtub or shower.
Master Bathroom: When it comes to master bathrooms, there is a lot of potential and room for creative freedom. It may be remodeled with new cabinets, a double vanity, a frameless glass shower or an upgraded bathtub, new flooring material, lighting, and fixtures. The finishes are typically higher end finishes.
The cost, on the other hand, is the most expensive of the size types.
You can get an estimate to measure and estimate the cost of a partial or full bathroom remodel by filling out the form above or calling us at (877) 702-2028.