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Question DetailsAsked on 8/25/2015

How much to remodel master bath. Remove jet tub and replace with free standing acrylic tub. Install shower w/tile.

New vanity, tile floor, new toilet and new seated vanity (granite or cultured marble countertops), new exhaust fan. No new or moved plumbing. Approx 120 sq/ft of floor to be tiled.

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bring in some local kitchen and bath remodleing companys to spec out and bid, compare prices and compare reputations, check for licenses and insureanse, read reviews and ratings, then youll know everything.

Answered 4 years ago by the new window man


Not including any tub/shower mods, this sort of job would normally run in the $3,000-10,000 ballpark range depending on any difficulties in the job and the class of materials used - possibly a bit less if simple replacement situation and using store-bought items.

Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath is your Search the List category to find well-reviewed contractors to bid on your job.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD


Oops - just noticed when it posted my response that I looked at the laundry list of what you are doing, but spaced on the question title which said replacing jetted tub with free standing acrylic tub and shower enclosure with tile - which means major tearout, wall surround replacement, and at least some plumbing changes to fit new shower/tub.

In that case, $10,000 bare minimum is a common ballpark - and the average cost for that type of bathroom remodel is in the $35,000 range, up to $50-100,000 with high end finishes and fittings.

Work up what you want it to look like and type of fittings, then get several Remodeling - Kitchen and Bath contractors in to give rough estimates - refine the scope of work (including fixture and tile choise details) then get a firm bid from each for that specific scope of work so you are comparing apples to apples.

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Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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