Bathroom Remodeling

Fire Island Contractors for Bathroom Remodeling

When it comes to bathroom remodeling, it is important to understand and realize what it is you want done. Why do you want to upgrade the bathroom? Do you just want to change the look of the space or are you trying to improve its functionality? When looking at a new bathroom remodeling project, it is helpful to make a list of the top priorities. This way you can visualize what it is you want done most. And it helps you come up with a budget.

Once you make a list of the priorities, then you can move on to the timeline. Is this something you want to take care of all at once? Or something you complete over time? All of these questions are a great way to start any bathroom remodeling project.

And once you are looking to start this bathroom remodeling project, turn to Fire Island Property Management! Our contractors have years of experience and can help you complete this project under the budget you have. For a free estimate, please call 631-583-7429. When you call, you can give us details on the type of bathroom renovation project you are looking to complete. And we can provide you with the details on how we can complete it.

Bathroom Remodeling Features

When planning a new bathroom remodeling project, there are various factors that can affect your cost. Planning the remodel can help you decide what is necessary and what is not. But most importantly, effective planning helps you consider the overall cost of the bathroom remodeling project. Here are some common features that many homeowners on Long Island consider when remodeling their bathroom.

Wall & Floor Tile

When it comes to wall and floor tiles, ceramic, porcelain and natural stone are the most popular picks. But the material you choose will be the deciding factor on the cost of the floor or tile. Natural stone often costs the most, since it is difficult to cut and place. From natural stone and classic ceramic to glass and mosaic styles, you have multiple options to choose from to improve the look and feel of your bathroom.

Toilet

Replacing an outdated toilet is a simple and effective upgrade for any bathroom remodeling project. Basic and luxury models vary in costs, but the installation of a toilet is generally pretty low.

Bathtubs

The size and style of the bathtub will impact the overall price of the project. Of course there is the selection of different models that run various prices. However, there is also the installation cost and if any additional plumbing costs get added on.

Sink

As with the bathtub, the size and style impacts the price of the sink. From pedestal sinks, to drop-in sinks, to designer styles, the prices will vary which is something to keep in mind. In general, a drop-in sink is the most affordable option and comes in an array of styles.

Faucet

With different manufacturers, styles and materials comes different prices.

Countertops

When it comes to the countertops, the materials play a large role in the renovation cost. Prefab countertops work great and will help keep the cost down. Stone is stylish and durable, but is on the expensive side.

Cabinets

The size, top style, cabinetry and material will all impact the cost. For small space and luxury master bathrooms, then custom cabinetry is an option.

Other Bathroom Features

  • Mirror
  • Lighting
  • Paint/Wallpaper
  • Grab Bars
  • Towel Bars
  • Steam Unit
  • Walk-in Tub

Additional Bathroom Remodeling Considerations

There are a lot of considerations that go into planning a bathroom remodeling project. Here are some additional considerations when renovating any bathroom.

Permits

If you are considering major renovations, then you may need permits depending on where you live. For the most part, permits are inexpensive, but another expense you may need to consider.

Geography

The overall geography of your home and where you live may impact the cost of installation. Or if the work is happening on the second floor instead of the first floor.

Addition, Disposal or Replacement of Materials

Removing old flooring, adding a new bathtub, or replacing shower tiles are just a few ways there may be additional costs for removing old materials. When you get a quote for the project, this will likely be a consideration.

Water Damage

If you have had water damage to your bathroom, then that is another consideration when it comes to the overall remodeling costs.