Are you thinking of doing a bathroom refurbished? Here are some tips that might help you!
Yes, the bathroom and kitchen are the costliest areas of the home to remodel or refurbish. But, with price tags ranging anywhere from £2000, onward up to over £15000, it is hard to find a happy medium as a homeowner. When you are looking to do work in the home, the best way to go about comparing the cost of refurbishing is to shop around.
Consider your own purchase
Okay, you need to hire tradesmen to do the labour, this doesn’t mean you have to ask them to buy new sinks, mirrors or other fixtures. As a matter of fact, you are going to pay the base price when you buy it yourself. Instead of paying a tradesman to go out and purchase as well as do the work, this is one way to save on the cost. For estimates on how much it would cost to refurbish a bathroom visit an online quote site, for example priceyourjob.co.uk.
Depending on the size of the bathroom, cost per area will also have a major impact on the quoted price. So making sure you do compare a few contractors, tradesmen, and their rates (per hour or by the area of the job) you must consider how much you are paying for area to be refurbished or remodelled.
Yes, marble, fancy quartz and other high quality finishes look good but guess what, they are far costlier? In many cases, you can find “fake” or imitation options which look just as good (and in many cases you can’t tell the difference) for a fraction of the price. Discuss this with tradesmen and compare local suppliers so you do find the best rates.
Yes, it is costly and yes, you want all the bells and whistles. But, before you hire a tradesmen or company to remodel or refurbish your bathroom make sure you compare the rates. You should compare labour and materials costs to find the best deal. You’d be surprised to learn that instead of paying £15,000 for a job, you can get by and pay £12,000 or less for the same exact refurbish job.
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