Luxurious Baths That Fit Your Budget
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Tips to Reading Our Cost Guide
We’ve divided the kitchen costs by kitchen size.
You’ll find summary costs in the tables below along with links to a very detailed Scope of Work and a Good Better Best material budget for each project.
You’ll find costs below for small, medium and large sized kitchens.
What's Included in the Guide?
Scope Of Work
The kitchen remodeling costs outlined below are for what we call a “gut renovation”. That is where all the cabinets, fixtures and flooring are removed and new materials installed. It also includes all design work, permits, job site cleanup, debris removal and daily supervision of the project. It can include minor layout changes but no moving of walls, lighting or plumbing. Cost to re-install the existing appliances is included, but no new appliances.
What About Layout Changes?
If you want to move plumbing, electric or move walls as part of your kitchen remodel you can expect the cost to increase by at least 10 to 20%. Relocating your plumbing is the most expensive layout change, especially if your home is on a concrete slab, as many are in Tallahassee.
How Long Will It Take?
For the scope of work outlined here a kitchen remodel should take 4 to 6 weeks. Cabinet refacing typically takes just 5 days for a small to mid sized kitchen. A large kitchen could take a little longer.
About Our Good-Better-Best Costs Guide
Bathroom remodeling costs are displayed in a Good, Better, Best format so you’ll see three prices for each kitchen. The scope of work for each version is the same, what changes is the cost of the cabinets and fixtures included. Higher cost cabinets offer a lot more design and organizer options. Beneath each table you will find a link to the complete Good Better Best budget if you would like to see even more detail.
If you’re wondering what it might cost to just replace your shower or install a new vanity and counter top we’ve included some of those costs at the bottom of the page for your convenience.
Hall Bathroom Remodeling Costs
What is a Hall Bathroom?
Hall bathroom costs can vary from around $20,000 for a gut renovation with mid-level materials up to $35,000 or more for a renovation with high-end materials. A hall bathroom is typically about 5 feet wide and 9 feet long with a tub/shower, small vanity and toilet.
Master Bathroom Remodeling Costs
What is a Master Bathroom?
Master bathroom remodeling costs can vary widely as there are a lot of different layouts for master baths. For this guide, we are assuming a master bath that is about 8 feet wide and 12 feet long with a separate shower and tub.
Powder Room Remodeling Costs
What is a Powder Room?
Powder rooms are a great place to have a little fun and get a little crazy with your design. They are small rooms so you can splurge on things like handmade tile and custom cabinetry.
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Updating a shower seems simple at first glance. But to do it properly means demoing the shower down to the studs and subfloor, replacing the drain, replacing the shower valve, waterproofing the walls and shower pan and finally tiling the shower.
Cost to retile a tub surround and refinish the tub: $6000 – $8000
Time: about 1 week The cost listed above includes removing the tile and backer above the tub, installing a new waterproofing system on the walls and replacing the tile above the tub it also includes replacing tub filler, shower valve, and tub waste and overflow. We’ve also included the cost to refinish the existing tub. If you want to replace the tub entirely that would increase the cost another $1500 – $2000.
Cost to retile a hall bathroom shower: $10,000 – $15,000
This would include removing the existing tile and backer, adding a recessed niche, replacing the shower valve and shower drain, waterproofing the shower walls and pan, re-tiling the shower and installing a frameless glass enclosure. If you’d like to create a barrier-free shower then add $500 to $1000.
An easy way to update a bathroom is to replace the vanity and countertop. This can be done inexpensively with an All-in-One vanity (where the cabinet, counter and sink all come in one box ready to install) or you can go with a custom vanity and countertop.
All-In-One Vanities: $1500 – $4000
All-in-One vanities are great but the quality of them varies significantly. We only install all-in-ones from vendors we know and trust. The other limitation to all-in-one vanities is size and style options. You’ll be limited in color choices and countertop material options. All-in-One vanities only come in sizes up to 60 inches.
Semi-Custom Vanity: $2500 – $7500
A semi-custom vanity is designed and ordered to fit your space and offers a lot of color and door style options as well as opportunities to add custom organizers like docking drawers. You will also need to order a countertop and sink, which can cost another $1000 to $4500 depending on the size of the vanity.
Corian countertops start at around $45 a sq ft and can reach $60 a sq ft for some colors. Granite countertops can cost $45-$110 a sq ft depending on the color Quartz countertops range from $75 to $110 a sq ft.