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Question DetailsAsked on 11/20/2013

What is the average cost for a bathroom remodel?

Full tear out 5x8 bathroom all new materials

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It varies by part of the country. More in large cities or other locations with high operating costs. In San Antonio, I tell customers to expect $8-10,000 for a basic hall bathroom. That's with mid-grade finishes and features. Higher end can go as much as double that (granite, marble or other natural stone, frameless doors, custom cabinetry, relocating fixtures, etc.). Austin generally runs $1500-2000 more and that's only an hour and half away. To get the best idea of cost research local contractors to find a few reputable ones and call them to ask what their averages are. Then, if you can afford the price range, pick one to do a material selection with and get an estimate on paper. Hire based on knowledge, experience, and reputation, not price unless you want a job riddled with problems, if it even gets completed.

Answered 5 years ago by Todd's Home Services

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I see adds all the time around here in Northern NJ that say "Full Bathroom Remodel $5,999", there is no way a contractor can possibly do a bath for that. On the low end around here $14,000 would be about right with good but basic materials and I have seen over $30,000. The low end prices are for the plastic line a tub guys and use the plastic wall to match, low end toilet and cheap vanity. And I am sure they come up with ways to bump the price of the job when the start it.


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Answered 5 years ago by ContractorDon




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