Americans that plan to remodel their bathrooms should expect to spend $9,735 on average, although the typical price range costs between $5,900 and $14,135.
If you are planning to add handicap bathtubs, the price may be more or less expensive than the average cost. Remember that the size of your project would be a key factor in determining your overall expenses.
Those who plan to add a bathtub would need to prepare at least $400, which is the low-end price for installation in a small bathroom. It may cost between $6,000 and $8,000 for bigger bathrooms, while the mid-range price costs at least $2,600.
You can control your spending by only prioritizing what you need to add in a small bathroom. Most homeowners decide to have a bathtub instead of an additional sink, since having more than one sink in a small bathroom may be impractical.
In some cases, you can save on costs when you do the refinishing of the bathtub by yourself.
When planning a DIY project for bathtub refinishing, it would require you to spend only around $100 compared to at least $425 for professional service. However, take note that DIY refinishing only lasts for two years, while professional refinishing can last for more than five years.
Refinishing can be a difficult task, so don’t expect to see excellent results especially when you have limited knowledge and skills for the job. If the cost of repainting a bathtub would only be slightly smaller than buying a new one, then it may be more cost-efficient to replace the old tub.
Remodeling a bathroom can increase the value of your house, even if you only plan to upgrade it for vanity purposes. How much are you willing to spend on renovating your bathroom?