Bathroom Remodelers in Los Angeles, CA
Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Los Angeles, CA
9800 D Topanga Cyn Boulevard, Unit 346
Los Angeles, CA 91325
468 North Camden Drive, Suite 200
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Serving Los Angeles, CA
6650 Varna Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91401
Serving Los Angeles, CA
17412 Ventura Boulevard, #407
Encino, CA 91316
Serving Los Angeles, CA
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Geovany has great taste. He helped me with the bathroom design. His people are very clean and professional.
Upgrading our bathroom was our first experience using a professional service. Shamir Builders proved professional, pleasant, punctual, proficient and eager to please. The tile and flooring were meticulously and beautifully done.
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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Los Angeles, California
20559 Devonshire St.
Chatsworth, CA 91311
13811 Calvert St.
Van Nuys, CA 91401
7355 Canogia Ave.
Canogia Pak, CA 91303
6039 Oakdale Ave.
Woodland Hills, CA 91367
5047 W. Jefferson Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90019
Things to Consider Before You Start a Bathroom Makeover Project:
- How extensively do you want to remodel your bathroom?
- Shower / Bath
- Cabinets / Vanity
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Los Angeles Bathroom Remodels
The "City of Angels" is renowned for its gorgeous homes, which homeowners can continually update and make even more beautiful with stylish bathrooms that keep up with the latest in home trends. L.A. homeowners can expect to pay an average of $16,000 for a bathroom remodel, although the materials, size, and complexity of the project can affect the bottom line significantly.
Local Cost Information
Common projects in any bathroom remodel include installing a tub, shower, cabinetry, counters, a toilet, sink, and flooring. In most cases, Los Angeles' average prices are significantly higher. For example, the national average for a general bathroom remodel rounds out at $9,280. The local average totals $16,089.
In some cases, remodeling may also require adding on to the existing structure. Simpler bathroom remodels only update the fixtures and flooring to give the space a new look without the extensive work of building an addition.
Necessary Licensing and Qualifications
Los Angeles homeowners should only consider using plumbers, architects, and contractors who are licensed, bonded, and insured. Licensure ensures that the professional has adhered to all city and state requirements regarding training, expertise, and continuing education; in Los Angeles, these professionals must take and pass an examination with the California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) to prove industry knowledge. Bonding provides an extra level of consumer protection in case the professional fails to complete the work; as of early 2016, all contractors are required to have bond coverage of at least $15,000. Insurance absorbs costs related to damages or accidents that occur during the course of the project. A contractor must purchase liability insurance in the amount of at least $1,000,000 or totaling 90 percent of the cost of any specific project in the state of California.
In addition to verifying that a contractor’s license is up to date on the CSLB website, it may also be pertinent find a professional who is a member of one of the area’s numerous contractor associations. Membership in groups such as the California Professional Association of Specialty Contractors, the California Building Industry Association, and the Southern California Contractors Association encourages a higher level of trust in a contractor’s skills.
Prominent Los Angeles Neighborhoods and Suburbs
The city of Los Angeles sits in Los Angeles County, one of the largest in the United States. Sprawling over more than 4,000 square miles and home to almost 10 million people, LA County is a bustling and vibrant place to live, and the city of Los Angeles is the most heavily populated of the 88 in the county. Some of the city's most prominent neighborhoods include:
Hollywood- Hollywood may have a great history of movie making, but its future seems destined to be a hip neighborhood. Home to everyone from struggling actors to bohemian couples, this neighborhood features apartments and luxury lofts along with some of the hottest restaurants and nightlife.
Echo Park- LA Weekly called Echo Park the greatest neighborhood in the city. Located just a short drive from all the action of downtown, Chinatown, and Silver Lake, this neighborhood combines easy access to public transportation and major freeways with expansive green space, hiking trails, and a diverse assortment of neighbors.
Palms- As the oldest annexed neighborhood in Los Angeles, Palms has seen a fair amount of evolution over the years. These days, apartment buildings dominate the neighborhood streets, making this a great area for renters. In 2014, Niche Ink also ranked Palms as the best L.A. neighborhood for millennials thanks to the nearby presence of UCLA and LMU, which impart a younger, hipper vibe. A quick 5-mile trip down Venice Boulevard is all that stands between Palms locals and the Pacific Ocean.
Sun Valley- This diverse neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley has become a family destination over the past few decades thanks to its three substantial recreation centers and variety of STEM and magnet schools. A relatively even split between single-family homes and apartments — and between renters and owners — ensures plenty of housing options for area families.
Venice- Perhaps one of L.A.’s most famous and beloved neighborhoods, in recent years Venice has shed its reputation as an eccentric beach spot and has become a destination for younger families and singles. Pedestrian-only streets provide access to the primarily single-family houses and dozens of outdoor public sport courts decorated by famous murals. Residents spend time on Abbott Kinney Boulevard enjoying the numerous bars, restaurants, galleries, and specialty shops.
Other Projects to Consider
Homeowners may become inspired during the course of a remodeling project to add a few extra upgrades into the mix. For example, changing the layout of the bathroom can create a more efficient space. Other bathroom-related projects include upgrading plumbing pipes, installing radiant floor heat or energy-saving fixtures, or adding an extra electrical socket to accommodate extra flat irons and other electronics.