The bathroom tends to be the first place where you start your day. It’s also the place to relax and unwind after a long day and before you go to sleep. Either way, enhancing your bathroom experience is worth investing in to ensure comfort and convenience. But as you plan this upgrade, you need to consider several factors that can influence its overall cost. We’ve put together some of the most common ones below:
Plumbing and Faucets
Your overall bathroom cost will depend on the type of plumbing and fixtures you have in your current layout. For instance, if you plan on replacing the current faucets, some materials can be expensive, but they’re also worth the investment if they’re of good quality. And if your home isn’t that old, then it’s safe to assume that the in-wall plumbing is also relatively new, and the shut-off valves are all functioning properly. In this case, you won’t need to update your plumbing unless you’re planning to relocate the shower area, tub or toilet to accommodate your new layout.
Are you planning to redo a half bath or a full one? Or maybe, you’re planning to expand an existing half bath to accommodate additional features? Half baths are smaller in size since they only contain a toilet and a sink, whereas full baths are complete with a shower and/or a tub. If it’s the latter you’ll be remodeling, then you can expect the costs to be much more than a half bath since they occupy more space and require more materials and fixtures.
Planning a full redesign of your bathroom layout can drive up the overall costs. But if you’re already prepared for it, then it’s usually worth the investment. Make sure to communicate your needs and specifications with your remodeler so that your new bathroom gets built with your best interests in mind.
If you’re looking for a reliable contractor for your bathroom remodeling project, don’t hesitate to hire Nuss Construction Company. Give us a call at (856) 988-9982 today to get started! You can also reach us through our online request form for more information. We serve Medford, NJ, and the rest of Burlington County.