Bathroom Renovation Cost ?
Well there are many components that come into play when renovating your bathroom. From the condition of floors and walls, or perhaps there is asbestos in your home.
We take all of this into account on our first initial meeting with you to discuss your ideas. Many things can vary the price of the renovation such as, moving sub drainage in a concrete floor compared to a timber floor with easy access available (which can be a affordable option in most cases).
Then you bring in your PC items and Tile selections which can alter the price once you have made your final selections.When Brisbane Bathroom Bliss renovates your bathroom we include all the QBCC licenced contractors labour along with the required building materials etc. The quotation we submit to you, covers the associated building costs from QBCC fees to the final bathroom clean ready for you to enjoy.
PC Items such as tiles, plumbing fixtures, and towel rails are the items you will need to select for your project. Products such as vanities /shower screens and mirrors are custom made to suit each bathroom , these are included in most cases and supplied by reputable companies here in Brisbane . However when you receive a Brisbane Bathroom Bliss quote from your preferred suppliers for bathroom renovation, we will have attached a guide only P.C Item’s list detailing what’s included along with the price of each item’s that’s required to renovate your bathroom.
We take all the guess work out for you, it’s that simple!
From our years of renovations experience, bathroom renovation cost start for the standard size bathroom from $13,000 – $15,000 per bathroom/ ensuite, while items such as tiles, fittings and accessories for your project you will need to budget in around $4,000 per bathroom.
The price of the fittings depends on the items you choose at the end of the day
Brisbane Bathroom Bliss will only work to the Australian Standards and we will not take short cuts like some of our competitor’s, work depending on the requirements. Click here to get a better understanding of what is actually involved.