Bathroom remodeling cost
2014 Bathroom remodeling cost calculators - bathroom renovation labor fees estimator.1
Labor charges and associated with remodeling fees for bathroom renovation projects.
1 By default, bathroom remodeling cost calculator estimates minimum, average and maximum labor cost to complete, basic 5’ x 9’ full size bathroom remodeling with standard shower/bathtub combination, single vanity and simple installation of 90 square feet (35 Sq. Ft. on the floor and 55 Sq. Ft. on walls) ceramic tile. Homeowners can easily adjust parameters and calculate total labor charges, per square foot bathroom remodeling cost and approximate time to perform the work based on bathroom dimensions and project details.
There is very low probability residential bathroom will exceed 300 square feet and technically it is impossible to fit vanity and toilet in the bathroom which is smaller than 18 Sq. Ft. For that reason calculator estimates labor cost to remodel bathrooms which are bigger than 18 ft2 and smaller than 300 ft2.
2 Bathroom dimensions (width and length) in feet should be entered as real numbers means 3 inches = 0.25 feet; 6” = 0.5’; 9” = 0.75’ and so on.
3 Cost of labor to remodel a bathroom divided into three separate categories. Minimum cost is a typical labor fees for very basic low budget bathroom renovation projects acceptable for rentals or low value residential properties. Average cost is a most common charge for majority of mid-range bathroom remodeling projects with minimum customization. Maximum cost is a labor fee for complex custom work.
4 Bathroom remodeling cost per square foot gives an idea what you are looking to invest into every square foot of a future bathroom based on its dimensions and project details.
5 Approximate time to remodel a bathroom is a typical number of days necessary for an experienced crew to complete the project.
All computed parameters are rounded to the whole bigger number.
What is basic complete bathroom remodeling?
Basic complete bathroom remodeling includes following tasks:
1. Removal of bathroom vanity, toilet, medicine cabinet, bathtub, shower pan or base, shower faucet, old light fixtures, bathroom fan, tile, backer boards and partially or completely drywall.
2. Minor insulation and framing work.
3. Installation of new bathtub, shower pan, up to 2 new electric outlets or switches, bathroom fan replacement, new drywall, backer boards, tile, vanity, faucets, toilet installation and painting.
Basic bathroom renovation means all fixtures installed in the same place as they were before. Any changes in bathroom layout will result in extra fees and cost of labor will increase depending on work complexity.