The full bathroom is where everyone showers, shaves, and prepares for their day. The full bathroom includes a tub/shower combo and a larger vanity. These bathrooms are usually situated near bedrooms and are less typical for guests to use. The cost for a full bathroom remodel is somewhat varied. They can be relatively easy to update since they have limited space and selection options.
If you want to give your full bathroom an update without going for a full remodel, stick to the low-cost budget. You’ll replace your bathtub with an updated steel unit and fiberglass surround. A semi-custom vanity with a single unit sink/countertop will be easy to clean and maintain. Modest flooring and a fresh coat of paint will complete this remodel.
The mid-range is the most popular for a full bathroom remodel. You can surround your bathtub with tile, choose a custom vanity, and go with a mid-grade slab countertop. New flooring and baseboard will go a long way to changing the look and feel of the bathroom. Top it all off with a classy light fixture.
If you want to start over and make your full bathroom truly fit in with your home and your style, then the high-end budget is for you. A brand new custom vanity and stone slab countertop accented with a beautiful sink and faucet combo. An extra deep tub with tile surround will complement the new tile floors perfectly. Wood wainscoting and a high end light fixture will bring it all together to make for a gorgeous full bathroom.
The cost for a full bathroom remodel above are base prices to give you a working idea of what you can expect your remodel to cost. These are not hard-and-fast prices given as gospel by North Light Builders. Use these numbers as a starting point to decide both what you want to do and what you can afford to do.
If you want to give your bathroom a little facelift but still have kiddos running around, then vinyl flooring can be an excellent option while staying in a low-budget range. However, if you plan on turning your full bath into a mini-oasis for overnight guests to enjoy, then the mid and high-end budgets are going to be more inline with your plans.
Check out the Cost vs Value Report and the Remodeling Impact Report for more information.