There are few homeowners that don’t consider the prospect of a new fitted bathroom without first considering the cost of doing so. After all, what seems like a rather straightforward job can quickly escalate in cost depending on the condition of your plumbing, appliances, and other bathroom components.
But the question remains: How much does it cost to fit a new bathroom?
As you can imagine, the cost will vary significantly depending on a number of factors. And below, we’re discussing the general costs of fixtures, furniture, and more so you know what you will be spending before you ever get started!
Major Factors That Impact the Cost of Your New Bathroom
What many homeowners forget is that the cost of your new bathroom is directly affected by the state of your old bathroom. After all, there’s no point in installing new furniture, tiling, and more if your pipes are leaking or if there are other issues beneath the surface.
Here are the major costs you’ll encounter as you redesign your bathroom:
- Repairs – If you have faulty or old piping in need of replacement, you should get this fixed before all else. This cost will be in addition to removing all of your old fixtures, appliances, and furniture (which can also be costly).
- Furniture – Furniture is one of the most significant costs of any bathroom remodel. You can make the furniture as expensive or cost-effective as you wish. Just keep in mind that you should save and invest more in the remodel if you don’t plan on doing so again for some time.
- Installation – Installation costs will vary significantly depending on which contractors you decide to use. Installation costs are directly related to the size and shape of your bathroom as this dictates how simple or challenging it is for contractors to complete the tasks they’ve been given.
Tip: Prioritise Quality Over Cost
It’s all too easy to get drawn into the idea that you can and should pay as little as possible for your new fitted bathroom. However, you should always prioritise quality over cost.
After all, if you pay less for less quality work, you run the risk of needing major repairs over time. This will cost you more from a long-term perspective and as such, it’s best to save and begin a bathroom remodel only when you are financially prepared to do so (especially because a job often costs more than is quoted since unexpected challenges can arise).
At Management Joinery Solutions, Quality is Our Priority
With an in-house team of plumbing professionals and joiners, Management Joinery Solutions enables you to work with one team from the beginning of your job well through completion.
As such, there’s no need to fret over the costs of multiple services, nor will you have to manage any contractors throughout your bathroom construction.
To learn more about our efficient fitted bathroom services, contact a member of our team on 07772608248 to learn more. We look forward to speaking with you!