Depending on the work you want to do, rebuilding a bathroom can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. A small bathroom renovation can be easily done, but sometimes people want to make their bathrooms bigger.
If the walls are moved to increase or decrease space, more work will be done as a result of overtime. The time it takes to finish your bathroom renovation project will depend on your specific needs.
A quick way to rebuild
A simple renovation can be done by adding new bathroom accessories to your home. You can add bathroom accessories such as curved screen rods and space-saver shelves to make your bathroom look its best. This is a quick and easy way to enhance the look of your master or guest bathroom.
You can quickly find room for your buck by swapping rugs and towels in your bathroom.
This kind of “cheat” rebuild can take hours on Saturdays.
The Not So Quick Way
But when people think of renovating the bathroom, they think bigger. Such as changing their bathtubs or adding a new shower. These types of rebuilds take time.
How long Again it totally depends on what you have done. For example, a skilled renovator can replace a bathtub within a week. But do you want a new bathtub? Do you also want new tiles? And what about your cabinets?
Cabinets cost about 30 to 40% of the cost of renovating a bathroom. It may take a week or so for the free installation to get right and look right.
Then there are the flooring and countertops. It can take quite a while to get the floor ready and set up. It may take a few days of intensive labor to destroy the floor. It may take another day to prep the subflow for the new tile. It may take another day or two or more to properly lie on the floor.
Whether you just decide to add a few new bathroom accessories to make your space look better or you don’t want to have a complete bathroom remodel, a professional company can help. The more work you want to do, the more time it takes to finish your bathroom renovation. The finished bathroom remodeling project will be worth the wait.