December 27, 2016

Free Report: Remodeling Costs Tallahassee


Common Remodeling Costs Tallahassee

The costs we’ve listed below are averages based on our recent projects. You can view the cost of all our past projects in our Project Gallery.

What’s Included?

These are common costs for “gut renovations”. A gut renovation is where essentially everything is removed from the space and new tile, fixtures, cabinetry, etc… are reinstalled.

It also usually involves some minor layout changes like converting a tub into a walk in shower or removing a wall to open up the kitchen to the living area.


Common Bathroom Remodeling Costs

Remodeling Services

Hall Bathroom – $15,000 – $22,000

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot tile allowance for floors and walls
  • $15 a square foot allowance for shower floor and accent tile
  • $1500 Vanity Allowance, Mid-Grade semi-custom vanity
  • $350 Toilet Allowance
  • $1000 Allowance for Shower Enclosure
  • $800 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $250 Faucet allowance
  • $150 Allowance for mirrors
  • $500 Allowance for lighting and bath fans
  • Minor layout changes

A typical hall bathroom is 5 feet wide and 8 feet long with a tub/shower combo, toilet and small vanity (24 to 36 inches). A typical gut renovation of a hall bath will cost between $15,000 and $22,000.

Factors that Affect Cost:

  • Re-locating plumbing? Relocating electric?
  • Removing tub to install a shower?
  • Install new tub or refinish existing tub?
  • Frameless glass shower enclosure or shower curtain?
  • Quality of fixtures and tile.


Medium Master Bathroom – $20,000 – $30,000

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot tile allowance for floors and walls
  • $15 a square foot allowance for shower floor and accent tile
  • $2500 Vanity Allowance, Mid-Grade semi-custom vanity
  • $350 Toilet Allowance
  • $1500 Allowance for Shower Enclosure
  • $2000 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $500 Faucet allowance
  • $250 Allowance for mirrors
  • $800 Allowance for lighting and bath fans
  • Minor layout changes

A typical Master Bath Renovation will cost between $22,000 and $27,000. A typical master bath has a medium sized vanity (60 to 72 inches), toilet and tub/shower. Sometimes the shower and tub are separate. It also may have a small linen closet or separate room for the toilet.

Our most common master bath remodel involves removing the tub and installing a walk in shower.

Factors that Affect Cost:

  • Freestanding Tubs increase cost
  • Relocating Electric or plumbing increases cost
  • Stripping wall paper can increase costs as it can cause extensive drywall damage
  • Cost of tile, cabinetry and fixtures

Marble shower with frameless glass


Large Master Bathroom – $28,000 – $40,000

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot tile allowance for floors and walls
  • $15 a square foot allowance for shower floor and accent tile
  • $4500 Vanity Allowance, Mid-Grade semi-custom vanity
  • $350 Toilet Allowance
  • $2500 Allowance for Shower Enclosure
  • $3000 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $500 Faucet allowance
  • $450 Allowance for mirrors
  • $1200 Allowance for lighting and bath fans
  • Minor layout changes

A large master bathroom will have a separate tub and shower and the tub is usually a large spa tub. It will also have the toilet in a separate room as well as a large vanity (or multiple vanities) and additional storage space. A large master bath remodel can cost between $28,000 and $35,000

Factors that Affect Cost:

  • Freestanding Tubs increase cost
  • Relocating Electric or plumbing increases cost
  • Stripping wall paper can increase costs as it can cause extensive drywall damage
  • Cost of tile, cabinetry and fixtures
  • large master bathroom project often also include closet furniture

 


Kitchen Remodeling Costs

The costs we’ve listed below are averages based on our recent projects. You can view the cost of all our past projects in our Project Gallery.

What’s Included?

These are common costs for “gut renovations”. A gut renovation is where essentially everything is removed from the space and new tile, fixtures, cabinetry, etc… are reinstalled.

It also usually involves some minor changes to the kitchen layout like removing a non-load bearing wall or adding an island.

 

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Small Kitchen – $18,000 – $28,000

A small kitchen is about 10 feet x 10 feet and does not have an island. They are commonly “L” shaped with cabinets on just two walls. It typically costs between $18,000 and $28,000 to remodel a small kitchen, not including appliances.

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot allowance for floors
  • $15 a square foot allowance for back-splash tile
  • $500 allowance for under-cabinet lighting
  • $7200 – $14,400 Allowance Cabinets
  • $3000 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $500 Faucet allowance
  • $500 sink allowance
  • $800 Allowance for lighting and exhaust fans
  • Minor layout changes

New kitchen doors, refacing cabinets


Medium Kitchen – $25,000 – $38,000

A medium sized kitchen is about 10 feet x 15 feet and may have a small island. A medium kitchen will cost between $25,000 and $38,000 to remodel, not including appliances.

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot for floors and walls
  • $15 a square foot allowance for backsplash tile
  • $700 allowance for undercabinet lighting
  • $9200 – $19,400 Allowance Cabinets
  • $4000 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $500 Faucet allowance
  • $500 sink allowance
  • $1200 Allowance for lighting and exaust fans
  • Minor layout changes

Large Kitchen


Large Kitchen – $55,000 – $70,000

A Large Kitchen is about 15 feet by 20 feet and will have a large island as well as a separate wet bar or buffet area. A large kitchen remodel can cost $55,000 to $70,000 or more to remodel.

Common material specifications:

  • $5 a square foot allowance for floors
  • $15 a square foot allowance for backsplash tile
  • $900 allowance for undercabinet lighting
  • $15,500 – $28,400 Allowance Cabinets
  • $6000 Allowance for Quartz Counter tops (Cambria, Silestone or Caesarstone)
  • $500 Faucet allowance
  • $500 sink allowance
  • $1500 Allowance for lighting and exaust fans
  • Minor layout changes


Cabinet Refacing – $9000 – $18,000

Cabinet refacing is a unique way to remodel your kitchen without the mess and expense of demolition. You existing cabinets stay in place and are “refaced” by replacing the doors and drawers and covers the boxes with a 1/4 panel and specialized molding to give your cabinets a whole new look. costs can vary from $9000 for a small kitchen to $18,000 or more for a large kitchen.

Cabinet refacing costs:

Small kitchens typically cost between $8000 and $11,000

Medium kitchens cost between $12,000 and $15,000

Large kitchens can cost $20,000 or more


A Special Note: We’re not for everyone

We are open and willing to work with any homeowner looking to remodel their kitchen and bath.

However our approach to remodeling is specifically geared towards homeowners who plan to stay in their home for 4 years or more and who want to invest in the quality of their home. We do not typically work on rental properties or investment properties.

Most kitchens or bathrooms are remodeled only once every 15 to 20 years so we believe that when you remodel you should invest in the best materials and workmanship you can. A kitchen or bath remodel is an investment in your home and we do not believe in shortcuts.

Part of planning a remodel is choosing a contractor you want to work with so we think it’s important you know what we stand for. You can read more about our company and work procedures by clicking on the “Why Choose US” link in the menu.