A beautiful bathroom adds so much value to a house:
- Are you looking for great bathroom ideas and inspiration for your bathroom renovation?
- Are you thinking of selling your property any time soon?
- You’ll want to make one significant change to your bathroom before sending in an estate agent?
- Are you tired of having old bathroom because it’s dark, cramped, with dripping taps or leaking showers?
We maintain high levels of communication throughout your project, ensuring you’re kept up to date from the beginning of the quotation stage right up the completion of your installation.
How much dose it cost to renovate a bathroom?
Let’s find out and discuss some of the factors influencing cost below. What determines the price of a bathroom renovation?
Some of the major reasons why one bathroom might cost $8,000 – $14,000 to renovate,
While another bathroom renovation might cost $14,000 – $20,000 include:
- Whether you need to undertake structural work or not.
- The cost of floor and wall tiles, fittings etc. – are you going down a high end or budget route?
- How much electrical work do you need?
- Besides, such as a skylight or new windows.
- The size of the bathroom – is it an ensuite or a large family bathroom?
- Whether you’re moving plumbing and fixtures?
- Whether you’re installing a new bathroom altogether?
- Luxury elements like underfloor heating?
Because the above bathroom renovations are generally divided into some rough categories, generally speaking:
- A budget renovation costs between $8,000 and $14,000
- A standard renovation costs between $15,000 and $20,000
- A premium or luxury renovation costs over $25,000
- According to the study, small bathrooms that are less than five square metres in size cost an average of $9,000 to renovate.
- Renovating a bathroom that’s larger than this will come in at around $14,000.
A significant influence of the cost of renovating a bathroom comes down to the style of bath and the fittings you opt for. For example:
- Budget tiles cost anywhere from $22 to $50 per square meter (m2), while premium tiles can cost $120 per m2 or more.
- A budget bathtub costs around $800 to 1,400 dollars and will usually be acrylic. A premium bathtub can cost as much as $3000 – $8000 and a mid-range tub might cost $1000 – $3000. Keep in mind that you will be paying extra for installation.
- Basic toilet costs about $150, and a standard toilet costs about $450. A premium toilet costs up to $1800.
- A vanity costs $400 to $800 for a budget vanity, $800 – $1,500 for a standard vanity and $2,500 or more for a premium vanity.
- A standard Shower screen cost about $500 to $800, and a premium shower screen coast will be $1,700 or more.
Cost differences will vary for other fittings such as basins, taps, exhaust fans, bathroom lighting, towel rails, tapware and more.
For this reason, it’s essential to do your research to make sure you’re finding the best deal for you.
We always give our clients the best offer and a reasonable price.
Eight (8) years guarantee is the minimum.
- Elite Sealed stuff will cover all walkway and items of furniture for protection.
- Remove shower screen, all other bathroom fixtures and plumbing.
- Remove all tiles from the floor and walls.
- Remove screed of shower-base and wall plasters.
- Remove all rubbish from the site.
Preparation and installation services:
- We inspect the wall and floor framing and report back to the client.
- Plumbing or electrical changes if necessary.
- We will prepare the wall framing and using water-resistant sheeting or render to Australian standards
- Priming and Inject polyurethane sealant into the joints with the membrane.
- Apply waterproofing liquid plus flexible bandage to the main junction joints of the walls and floor as per Australian standards. (double coats)
- We install water-stop at the shower base and entry door.
- Screed the shower base if required.
- Re-tile floor and walls applied with waterproof flexible adhesive.
- Grout walls and floor apply hardener and waterproof additives.
- Reseal the shower and all other junction joints using pro-flax sealant.
- Re-fit the new shower screen and all other bathroom plumbing/fixtures.