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Average cost of bath remodels in 2024

The remodeling industry will typically experience pricing increases at least 1-2 times every year.

Average cost of bathroom renovation according to Home Guide

There are many factors that dictate the average cost of a bath remodel. According to Home Guide the price range for Oklahoma City is shown here.

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Average cost per square foot

$120-$275 ft (Pro)

$70-$100 ft (DIY)

Typical Standard  Full/Hall  Bathroom

A full bathroom remodel costs $6,000 to $15,000 for a complete tear-out where the layout doesn't change but almost everything is replaced. Midrange bathroom renovations include fixtures, cabinets, flooring, showers, lighting, wall tiling, painting, mirrors, and more.

Primary Master Bath

A primary bathroom remodel costs $10,000 to $30,000 with most homeowners spending about $18,000. Luxury primary bath remodels cost up to $50,000 and include high-end fixtures, upscale materials, a freestanding bathtub, a walk-in shower, a double vanity, flooring, lighting, and everything in between.

Getting Estimates

When bathroom renovation contractors come to your house to provide you an estimate, they will consider a number of factors that can increase or decrease the cost of your project. Pricing for your bathroom remodeling project will vary based on the features you decide to replace. Here are a few things to keep in mind when you get quotes from bathroom contractors:

Your prices may be higher when:

  • You have a large bathroom.
  • You want to gut and replace everything in the bathroom.
  • You need to work done quickly.
  • You want to install a tile shower.
  • Both a tub and a shower are installed.
  • Premium flooring products are used (expensive tile).
  • Premium countertop products are used (granite, Corian).
  • The sub-floor in the bathroom needs to be replaced.
  • Walls are moved or structural modifications are required.
  • A tankless water heater is installed.

Your prices may be lower when:

  • Your have a small bathroom.
  • You update only specific parts of your bathroom (toilet, sink, vanity).
  • You have a flexible time schedule.
  • You use a pre-fabricated shower or tub stall.
  • Fixtures (toilet, sink) are reused.
  • The sub-floor does not need to be replaced.
  • Standard grade materials are used (vinyl flooring, laminate countertops).
  • No walls are moved.
  • If the existing bathroom fan and vent are reused.
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