Ready for a bathroom makeover? Then it’s time to look at some facts and figures to make sure your bank account is as ready as you are. The overall cost of your remodel will depend largely on the size and scope of your project, but we’ve assembled a few average price points for North Dallas area bathroom remodeling projects of varying levels for you to reference as you plan for your particular project.
(The figures cited here are according to the Remodeling 2017 and Cost vs. Value Report for the Dallas, TX, area. [© 2017 Hanley Wood Media Inc. Complete data from the Remodeling 2017 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded free at www.costvsvalue.com.])
Master Bathroom Remodel
Most 2017 master bathroom remodeling projects in Dallas, TX, cost an average of $57,782 and offer a return of $35,227 for a 61% ROI. These figures are based on converting an existing, 35-square-foot bathroom into a 100-square-foot bathroom within the home’s existing square footage.
New features include a stone countertop with two sinks and two independently-lit, mirrored medicine cabinets; a neo-angle, frameless glass shower with ceramic tile; a freestanding soaker tub with high-end faucets; and a separately located commode with a one-piece toilet.
Flooring is composed of large, ceramic tiles laid diagonally. Other features include in-floor heating, custom cabinetry, general and spot lighting, an extended HVAC system, and a humidistat-controlled exhaust fan.
Hall Bathroom Remodel
Dallas bathroom remodeling expenditures for standard hall baths average in at $17,483 for a resale value of $10,475 and an overall ROI of 59.9%. This price is based on an update of an existing 5-by-7-foot area.
All fixtures are replaced. New fixtures include a solid-surface vanity counter with an integral sink and lit medicine cabinet; a 30-by-60-inch porcelain-on-steel tub, surrounded by small ceramic tiles, and a single-lever temperature and pressure-balanced shower control; a standard toilet; ceramic tile flooring; and new wallpaper.
Universal Design Bathroom Remodel
If you’re looking to age in place or construct a space where everyone can feel comfortable, you may consider converting one bathroom into a universal design bathroom. This Dallas bathroom remodeling conversion typically costs $14,408 and returns $9,705 for a 67.4% recoup.
These numbers are based on converting an existing, 5-by-7-foot bathroom featuring a single vanity with a sink and mirror, a tub shower, a toilet, a tile floor, storage space, and general lighting. Entryway modifications include a widened doorway to make the room wheelchair accessible and a wooden door with interior knobs and a pushbutton lock.
The bathroom vanity area is replaced by cabinets with accessible doors, ample surrounding sitting space, lever handles on the sink, and a well-lit mirror. The bathtub is replaced with a walk-in, zero-threshold shower with a fold-down seat and a removable shower head. A new, comfort-height toilet is installed.
Further changes include reinforced walls to support seats, grab bars, and towel hooks. All electrical switches, outlets, and storage spaces are adjusted to heights accessible to persons in wheelchairs, and overhead lighting is converted to a 100-watt equivalent LED unit.
Whether you want to dress up your new master bath with a spa-like breakfast nook and luxury gas fireplace or merely convert a standard tub to a walk-in shower, the above price-point averages will give you a place to start estimating the cost of your new bathroom remodel.Contact us about your own project for a more tailored quote.