MASTER BATHROOM REMODEL BOSTON
The completion of a master bath project can take several months. And having an idea or an estimated timeline before remodeling begins is necessary. The time it will take to do a full master bathroom overhaul will depend on the size of the space. This project will involve three stages: preparation, construction, and completion. If you hire Bathroom Remodel Chandler to do the job for you, you can leave the management of all the necessary details to us during this hectic procedure. We will also explain to you how Master Bathroom Remodel projects work, architecture, design, and construction.
During this phase, an initial client meeting and project documentation take place. We will gather to understand your preferences and document the existing bathroom by taking photographs to have a clear reference. Measuring of the layout and other elements will also be examined. This might take 4 hours total for two house visits. Designing will then proceed. We use CAD or computer-aided design programs to sketch your current floor plan. The development of design solutions and the creation of architectural designs based on the information we collected is created for your approval. We can also source some materials for the renovation, such as flooring, countertops, plumbing fixtures, lighting, tile, and accessories for your master bathroom remodel. This process could take 2 to 6 weeks, depending on how many features are needed. Once you approve the solution and furnishings, it is necessary to remove your belongings before the construction begins.
Now, this is the longest phase in the process. Expect it to last for 8 to 10 weeks. If we discover any problem during construction, an extension is necessary. This stage involves the demolition phase, moving of plumbing and electricity connections, adding of pipework and wiring. Walls will also be assembled by framing, insulation, placing drywall, and skim layering. After that, the installation of tiles for a walk-in shower, tubs perimeter, and sink backsplashes is next, before laying the flooring. Cabinets and countertops are then placed. Lastly, we will paint the newly revamped master bath.
This stage is also known as Trim Out and will take one to two weeks. During this phase, the installation of plumbing fixtures, such as sinks, showerheads, tubs, and toilets takes place. And with the majority of the master bath remodel done, our team will put the finishing touches by placing or adding hardware to drawers and cabinets. We will also put up light fixtures and mirrors. After all, these are done, we will provide you with a make-ready worker to clean the room before turning it over to the design team. The design team is in charge of adding the last pieces such as artworks or rugs before unveiling the final project.
Master Bath Remodel
Now that you have an idea regarding the timeline and stages of master bath remodeling, let us give you some tips on how to plan your project:
Pick your style – it can be futuristic, classic, or modern.
Use the same color and style of tile on the floor to help the room to circulate better.
Be consistent with the theme for your bathroom and make sure all your appliances, fixtures, and other elements blend well together.
Opt for vibrant tile patterns, color schemes, and designs to make your plain bathroom look bright.
Try buying water and energy-efficient appliances to save not only the environment but also the utility bills.
Know your budget in each plan you make
Another remodeling idea is before buying a tub and shower, it is essential to know the structural boundary of your house or building to see if the bathroom floor can support the weight of the material composition. If you want a bathtub that is easy to clean and maintain, choose an acrylic. It has a sleek and non-porous surface. In addition, they have the ability to keep water warm longer than other materials. There are also lots of ways to design an acrylic material tub. If you want to have an aesthetic bathtub, select cast iron. It is extremely enduring and strong. But because they are also heavy, additional support in the sub-floor might be required. If you want to have both aesthetics but weigh less, go for steel. It is also durable and has heat-retention without being too bulky. We also offer other materials for tub and shower, such as stone, marble, wood, and ceramic.
Master Bathroom Remodel Cost
Expect Master Bathroom Remodel Cost to range from $10,000 to $30,000 on average.
And it will all depend on the size and extent of the renovation. For a small master bath, complete demolition and renovation will range from $5,000 to $15,000. But for minor surface-level updates, like upgraded lights, fresh coats, and new fixtures, it can cost you about $1,000 to $3,500. On the other hand, a major remodeling job could set you at around $12,000 or even more if you will have lavish improvements. Of course, square footage will play a large factor in determining the master bathroom remodel cost. Most construction companies peg it at more or less $125 per square foot.