June 18th, 2019
The cost of a bathroom renovation depends on the types of materials and finishes you choose, as well as the overall size of your bathroom. The more higher-end materials you purchase, and the larger your bathroom, means more bucks coming out of your bank account and into your new Throne.
Many homeowners come to remodelmate asking for a "custom" bathroom and are shocked…to hear how affordable it can be.
That’s right. The word “custom” may sound expensive, but in fact, a custom bathroom with tile floors and a custom tile shower, such as the one featured above, costs roughly $10,000 in the Washington, DC area.
There are, of course, little tips and tricks to push down that $10,000 figure, which includes labor and materials. For example, you can save up to $1,200 right off the bat just by keeping the plumbing in the same location. You’d be surprised how much of a drastic change you can achieve without moving your tub or your vanity.
But don’t forget that you want your bathroom renovation to be a long-term investment that helps to increase the value of your home. Additional bathroom renovations add-ons, such as wall tile (starting at $600) or glass shower doors/ enclosures (starting at $1,500), can give your project an extra touch of luxury without breaking the bank.
The $10,000 price tag for a custom bathroom renovation on remodelmate is nearly 50 percent cheaper than Remodeling Magazine’s Cost v. Value report projects for the Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland areas. We’re able to achieve these cost savings by streamlining the renovation process with pre-negotiated and transparent labor rates, milestone payments, and fast communication.
Still, $10,000 is a lot of money, which is why we partnered with online lender SoFi so you can renovate now and pay over time. Simply visit their site, enter a few pieces of information, and see if you pre-qualify for one of their personal loans.
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