Luxurious Baths That Fit Your Budget

Stylish features, beautiful finishes, and functional design with no surprises. Look at our cost guides below to get an up-to-date idea of what a bathroom remodel will include and contact us for your own custom quote.

What is a Hall Bathroom?

Hall bathroom costs can vary from around $18,000 for a gut renovation with mid-level materials up to $25,000 or more for a renovation with high-end materials. A hall bathroom is typically about 5’ X 9’ feet long with a tub/shower, small vanity and toilet.

$18,000-$25,000

Products Included:

Remove all debris

No layout changes

Update electrical receptacles and switches 

Small stock vanity Cultured marble vanity counter top w/integrated sink

Sterling® acrylic tub/shower combo

Curved shower curtain rod

Standard toilet

Exhaust fan with light 

Basic vanity light

LVT flooring 

Painting using Sherwin-Williams® Paints

Dust protection prevention

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 8ft wide x 12ft long with a separate shower and tub.

$28,000-$35,000 Range

Products Included:

Remove all debris

Redesign area

Update electrical switches and receptacles

Panasonic® exhaust fan w/light and timer 

Porcelain undermount sink with Moen faucet

Kohler® elongated toilet w/slow close seat 

Moen® rain shower head or hand held shower w/ slide bar, pressure balanced

Pre-formed shower pan with stock glass shower door 

LVT flooring 

Bertch® vanity with hardware

Granite counter tops

Vanity mirror with beveled edge

Accessories, towel bars, robe hook, TP holder

Lighting- (2) wall sconces and recessed dimmable LED lighting  

Painting using Sherwin-Williams® Paints

Dust protection prevention

$35,000-$48,000 Range

Products Included:

Remove all debris

Redesign area

Update electrical receptacles and switches 

(2) Porcelain undermount sinks with upgraded Riobel® lav faucets

Kohler® Tresham Comfort Height skirted toilet w/slow close seat

Oversized curbed ceramic tile spa shower with recessed niches and knee wall, with a decorative band of inlaid mosaic ceramic tile  

Riobel® Hydrorail with body sprayer, hand shower and rain shower head with 3-way thermostatic pressure balanced controller 

Custom frameless glass shower door with Cardinal coating finish

Acrylic soaker tub with free standing Roman tub faucet

Separate privacy water closet area for toilet   

Tile floor or LVT grouted 

WarmlyYours® Radiant heat flooring with digital temperature controller  

Elias semi-custom maple vanity cabinetry with hardware

Quartz counter tops

Mirror with matching frame

Matching accessories, towel bars, robe hook, TP holder

Lighting- (2) wall sconces and recessed dimmable LED lighting

Panasonic® exhaust fan w/light and timer  

Painting using Sherwin-Williams® Paints

Dust protection prevention during entire process

What About Remodeling Just a Shower?

We get a lot of requests to just convert a tub/shower to a stand-alone ceramic shower stall without changing the floor tile or vanity. This can be done but since the shower is the most complicated part of the bathroom (requiring, waterproofing, plumbing, ceramic tile work and plumbing fixtures) it typically costs between $10,000 and $13,000.

An alternative might be to install a Sterling fiberglass shower stall unit or use the solid surface product, Fibo wall board system. That could lower the costs to $7,000 to $10,000.