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How to Save on Bathroom Remodeling Costs

By Edited Oct 13, 2016 0 0

If you feel that the time has come to give your shower and toilet a fresh new appearance then you will want to be clear about all the bathroom remodeling costs so that you can choose a new design that matches your requirements.

When you know how much everything is going to cost you can start to find ways to save money and cut back on things you don't really need. To start with you will need to have an idea of an overall budget that you are willing to spend on the work.

If this is limited then you will also want to think about what parts of the work can be done with your hands and which will require the services of a professional tradesperson. Obviously the more work you do yourself the cheaper the overall costs will be.

The place that you source the various pieces and supplies will also determine the overall pricing. If you have found that your local hardware store is rather on the costly side then you can choose to buy the various taps and other features online.

The prices found on websites dealing in bathroom products will be cheaper than in most hardware stores. There are three items in every bathroom that generally can cost upwards of a hundred dollars. These are the toilet, the sink, and the bath tub or shower cubicle.

It is these areas in which the greatest savings can be made. The cost of a professional to fit the toilet and shower will not vary so much; it is the actually products that will come in different prices.

If you are just after basic features then you could have a completely new bathroom for around five hundred dollars all in. This would be if you carried out most of the non technical work by yourself.

To get the best idea of how much your bathroom remodel project is going to cost, you should get some local quotes and bids from your area.

Of course you can spend upwards of ten thousand dollars on redesigning a bathroom, but this would only be for a room that is big in size and has various appliances and features.

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