Throughout the year many homeowners look forward to various renovations throughout the home. But a big part of renovating any room is deciding between a small renovation and a full room renovation. One of the most common rooms to re-do is a bathroom. If you are looking into budgeting for bathroom remodeling you might need to decide between a full remodel or just remodeling a section. One section that can quickly change the entire focus of a bathroom is the bath or shower. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of remodeling just the shower/bathtub compared to the entire bathroom.
How Much Does Full Bathroom Remodeling Cost?
A full bathroom remodeling project is going to have many cost factors. First and foremost, we need to discuss size. A guest bathroom with no shower or bathtub will be easier to remodel than a master bathroom that has larger square footage. The next thing to consider is material costs. High-quality bathroom fixtures, cabinets, floor tile, custom tile walls, and glass shower enclosures can all range in quality and price. Additionally, there is the question of labor costs, unless you plan to DIY your remodeling, you will also need to factor this in. All said and done, a full remodel can cost thousands of dollars. By comparison, some people do a one-day update or a small update to their bathroom.
What Is A One-Day Bathroom Update?
A one-day update refers to small projects that can be handled quickly. Either by a team that can professionally handle the service or even by a DIY homeowner. The most common update for a bathroom is replacing a single fixture like the bath, the sink, or the toilet. Flooring and walls can take much longer to update. But simply switching out the cabinets beneath a vanity, or switching out the vanity mirror, can be handled in just a day. This decreases labor costs and means that the only other cost to worry about is simply the cost of the materials. While any full remodel project is usually determined by the size of the bathroom (especially if you are getting new flooring) a one-day project can be much more cost-effective.
How Much Does A Shower Enclosure Cost?
One quick project many people consider is removing the shower curtain rod and replacing it with a glass enclosure. A glass enclosure can work with an existing tub, or the tub can also be replaced. The cost of this project will differ based on the size of the shower or bath and the materials you use. That being said it is much more cost-effective than redoing an entire bathroom and can be handled much quicker.
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