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INFORMATION GUIDE:- How much does a bathroom renovation cost?
Bathroom Restoration Fees
The bathroom is one of the most vital rooms of the residence and a refresh can improve considerable worth to your household. In this cost guide we look into the array of potential costs connected with a bathroom reconstruction.
In this guide:
- How long will my bathroom reconstruction take?
- What contractors do I require for my bathroom renovation?
- Does my bathroom renovator need to be registered?
- Hiring|Engaging|Contracting} a bathroom renovator
- Comprehensive washroom remodelling charges
- Calculating your washroom restoration fees
- Shower screens
- Options to a complete bathroom reconstruction
When restoring a washroom, cost is a considerable factor for choosing on design, features and convenience. But how much should you expect to budget for when planning a bathroom remodel?
For an approximate amount, you can assume to spend anywhere between $10,000 to $35,000plus. The cost can differ depending on the size of your bathroom, the materials used, as well as any labour costs. However, it is likely for a renovation to amount under around $5000 if you are inclined to swap out a few items or continue the remodel a mainly improving update.
Assume to expend extra if you are thinking of a complete remodelling or:
- Assuming any structural work
- Desire new features that involve added plumbing jobs
- Are rearranging plumbing from one area to another
- Changing all wall and floor tiles
How much time will my washroom remodelling take?
Depending on the extent of the project, the restoration will take time so allocate anywhere from one to three weeks of labour. Components that can have an effect on this timeframe include:
- Any structural works
- Rearranging plumbing and/or electrical parts
- Having sizeable amounts of tiles to assemble
- Unforeseen incidents, like finding out asbestos in your wall or floor hole.
The research, setting up and design of the remodelling, with no major structural revisions, allocate around six to 8 weeks for this phase. This includes:
- Time to enhance the project
- Choosing supplies and fittings
- Getting quotes from a selection of corporations.
Which tradies do I need for my bathroom restoration?
Deliberating who you may call for to employ for your bathroom assignment? These are the most common trades you will need to call on:
Bathroom makers can supervise and lead your project entirely on your behalf, and often have all trades on staff to work in different phases of the work. If not, they can coordinate sub-contractors. This will cost you more but will take the worry out of any remodelling work.
If you are contracting individual trades:
Architects help to outline floor plans for your new bathroom, ensuring everything is plausibly laid out to go well with your lifestyle. Expect to pay for the benefit of their expertise.
Carpenters and cabinet makers can aid set up custom storage in your washroom, such as a vanity, cabinetry or any other timber components such as a new door or window.
Electricians can assist fix lighting, power points, heating, ventilation and much more.
Painters will have to paint any areas that are not covered by tiles or other components, if possible with a dampness and wear-resistant paint.
Plumbers are maybe the most vital tradie on your plan, so make sure you hire one who has a good track record of working on bathrooms.
Tilers are another crucial trade who can make or break the look of your washroom. They also need to get small details right, like making sure your shower recess drains correctly.
Waterproofers will use a selection of sealants and membranes to make sure your bathroom is correctly sealed – so you don’t have drips developing up all over the place.
Always use tradies who are licensed for your bathroom restoration.
Does my washroom renovator need to be registered?
Most components of a washroom restoration, such as plumbing and tiling need the use of a certified tradies. A complete washroom restoration will typically need a registered builder, with some states having a licence specifically for washroom and kitchen remodelling. Individual trades such as plumbers, waterproofers and sparkies all need to be skilled and registered.
Employing a washroom renovator
When it comes to time in hiring a contractor make sure they are correct for your job. Some questions to ask then include:
- Are you licensed?
- Are you protected to work in my home?
- How long will my work take?
- Can you supply a written quote?
- Do you have references I can follow up?
- Can I see samples of your work?
Complete bathroom reconstructions costs
So how much will you have to pay? As a rule, forsee to spend in the region of:
- $5,000 – $15,000 for a cosmetic makeover or smaller washroom renovation using budget materials and fittings.
- $15,000 – $25,000 for an normal sized mid-range remodelling using mid-range materials and fittings
- $25,000+ for a high end washroom remodelling using best of the range materials and fittings.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA) found $17,000 to be the regular price for washrooms set up as part of a remodelling in 2015.
The best way of working out how much your project will cost is to get a range of quotations from local businesses who specialise in restoring washrooms. You may be astonished how different they are.
Estimating your bathroom restoration costs
Some of the major costs to plan for include:
- Plumbing, especially if you are moving plumbing or fitting new parts.
- Tiling, which could include floor and wall tiles.
- Frameless shower screen, semi-frameless shower screen or typical shower screen.
- Bath, which could be joined or separate.
- Toilet, which could be a typical version or have an in-wall water tank.
- Vanity, normal or wall mounted which looks tidier and gives you more floor space.
- Lighting, which could be task, general or mood.
- Waterproofing, to guarantee your washroom doesn’t leak.
- Plumbers bill a call-out fee of $60 to $100, with hourly rates anywhere from $100 – $150 depending on the plumber. The fee your plumber charges will depend on where you stay and may vary according to the plumber’s ability level.
Expect to pay:
- $80 to $250 to replace and match bath or basin taps or a new shower head
- $160 to $550 to install a toilet, basin, sink or bath
If a plumber is quoting for a sizable project such as your bathroom reconstruction project, ask for an specific quotation which specifies all the elements they are charging for.
Only a certified plumber can legitimately carry out any work on your plumbing system
The size of your bathroom is going to be a key component in the cost of your reconstruction, and since so much of a washroom is tiled, you need to know what the limitations of your budget are. Expect to be appraised on a per square metre rate by bathroom tilers, which could vary from $35 per square metre to $120 per square metre. $60 per square metre is the average for setting bathroom tiles. The amount of the actual tiles would be on top of this, so be sure to factor this in.
For wall tiles expect to pay from $20 to $28 per square meter for standard white ceramic wall tiles (600mm x 300mm) to $68 per square metre for steel grey polished porcelain wall tiles (150mm x 600mm). Moving up in price foresee to spend about $86 per square metre for handmade Spanish white gloss ceramic subway tiles (150mm x 75mm) and $159 per square metre for artisan manufactured ceramic wall tiles (200mm x 200mm).
For floor tiles foresee to spend $35 to $50 per square meter for ceramic or porcelain tiles, $50 to $100 per square meter for high quality porcelain and $80 to $130 per square meter for high condition natural stone tiles.
Baths range in price from economical and versatile acrylic, to durable cast iron and pliable fibreglass to high end natural stone. Foresee to pay anywhere from $350 for a plumber to replace and fit a bath. New baths can span from as little as $400 to thousands of dollars, with stone freestanding versions at the upper end of the scale.
Shower screens vary in cost according to their size and if they are edged, semi-frameless or frameless, with the last being the most costly. Expect to pay in the region of $400 to have a basic enclosed shower screen installed. Frameless shower screens use thicker glass, and are consequently more costly – expect to pay in excess of $600 depending on the size and number of panels.
Depending on the toilet you choose, these can cost from $150 to $750 or more for a floor-mounted hidden cistern or wall hung toilet. On average, a good condition floor-mounted enamel china toilet costs between $275 and $450.
Bathroom vanities range in price from:
- $467 for a 900mm wall hung vanity with concealed handles
- $849 for a 750mm floorstanding console vanity
- $999 for a 1500mm double bowl vanity
- $1360 for a 1200mm wall hung vanity with integrated ceramic basin
Expect waterproofing to cost anywhere from $500 to $750 for an average sized bathroom.
Alternatives to a complete bathroom reno
If you’ve estimated the cost of a dream washroom restoration and the amount is higher than you can pay for, there are ways to improve your bathroom without breaking the bank. Some choices to a full washroom renovation include:
- Fitting a new shower screen
- Bath and basin coating
- Painting bathroom tiles
- Setting up a skylight
* All the costs and prices estimated were found at the time this article was written. They are suggestive, may vary locally, are subject to market forces and should only be used as a benchmark.
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