Guest bathroom: This is a full-service bathroom, with sink, toilet, and shower or shower/tub combination, but one that is used sporadically when guests visit. In empty-nest homes, a kids' full bathroom might be converted to a guest bath. Because guest baths get only occasional use, many people choose to use economy fixtures and materials, which can greatly cut costs. And because this is a secondary bathroom, you can take your time remodeling it, which also saves cost. 
Once everything has been panned out, we provide you with a detailed quotation which lists all the service costs, materials required (including tiles and accessories) that are needed to renovate your bathroom. Please note that you may wish to use your own supplies and products but we can provide you with customized packages that have them included, as well.
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Yes, a bathroom remodel can greatly boost the value of your home or office. Often, one of the key factors that go into the valuation of a home or office is the number of bathrooms and the current state of the bathroom. By having your bathrooms renovated and remodeled to a modern luxurious bathroom, you can not just increase the value of your home or office but will also show to potential buyers how much care you have taken of the entire place.
Many factors that can influence the cost of a bathroom renovation project. This is the reason it is difficult to provide an estimate of the cost. For instance, if you only need a re-installation of tiles/bathroom accessories then the costs will be much lower to a complete bathroom renovation project that involves structural changes. If you would like to learn how much your bathroom renovations will cost, reach out to our team with your requirements and we will get back to you with a free quotation.
These compact spaces are often tucked into nooks in the home, such as converted pantry closets or the cavity beneath a staircase. They’re all about economy of space, though the best examples also emphasize design. “This is not a high-traffic room, so function is not as important as the wow factor,” says says Elizabeth Goltz, owner of Design by Orion in Kansas City.

Once everything has been panned out, we provide you with a detailed quotation which lists all the service costs, materials required (including tiles and accessories) that are needed to renovate your bathroom. Please note that you may wish to use your own supplies and products but we can provide you with customized packages that have them included, as well.


The remodel preserved and enhanced the classic details while updating the functionality of the space. The blue floor tiles inspired the addition of sophisticated navy and-gray damask-print wallpaper, which the homeowners hung themselves. New beaded-board wainscoting painted bright white restored some of the room’s architectural detail and proved to be more cost-effective than taking the wallpaper to the floor.

Demolition. All remodeling jobs start with tearing out and removing elements that will be replaced. Depending on the level of your remodeling job, this can be a simple matter of removing old fixtures and flooring, or as complicated as removing everything down to the wall studs and floor joists. Either way, this can be hard work but it is not difficult, and most homeowners can do this work themselves to save money. Most demolition can be done in a weekend. You will need to rent a roll-off dumpster or arrange for a disposal company to take away a pile of demolition debris. 
It's hard to believe this is the same bathroom! Light and airy with a pop of colour thanks to the wall art, this chic soaking tub leaves plenty of room for the standing shower and various knick knacks. 

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Time to update your bathroom fixtures, countertops or tile? Installing a toilet doesn’t have to be a chore. Lowe’s bathroom installation services can have you enjoying your upgrades in no time. We’ll match you with qualified independent professionals in toilet installation, shower installation, shower door installation and more. Considering toilet, sink or bathtub repair? If something can’t be fixed, our network of trusted independent professionals can help you replace toilets, swap out shower doors and find solutions for other issues. Contact Lowe’s to get started today.

Yes, definitely. We recommend that you purchase appliances/tiles/fittings on your own so that you can choose products that perfectly suit your taste and needs. We will help you get in touch with trusted suppliers and will guide you through the correct size/type of products to buy but the ultimate choice will be yours. On the other hand, if you are looking for someone to take care of all the hassle of picking and choosing the best appliances and tiles, then we can do it all for you, too!
How much should you spend on your master bathroom? A rule of thumb is that the total project—including materials and installation—should cost no more than 5 to 10 percent of your home’s value. The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) puts the national average at about $16,000. Another guide is Remodeling Magazine's Cost vs. Value report, which compares the average cost of various renovation projects with the value they retain at resale. In 2011-2012, mid-range bathroom remodels cost an average of $16,552 and recouped 62 percent, while upscale bathroom remodels cost an average of $52,249 and recouped 56 percent. Here’s how the NKBA breaks down the budget for a typical bathroom remodel:                               
A DIY bathroom makeover is not complete without new floor tiles. But before you start grinding away with the grouting, use a mason’s chalk line to mark reference lines perpendicular (at a 90-degree angle) to the wall with the longest continuous line. This will allow you to keep your tiles in a straight line, avoiding the dreaded crooked tiling job.
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