Bathroom Remodelers in Philadelphia, PA
Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Philadelphia, PA
7528 Lawndale Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111
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4201 Decatur Street
Philadelphia, PA 19136
608 Kingsley Street
Philadelphia, PA 19128
PO Box 26931
Philadelphia, PA 19134
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1139 Park Avenue
Bensalem, PA 19020
Serving Philadelphia, PA
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Ed was a great. He gave us realistic options for our bathroom and kitchen. Don't get any work done without contacting Ed first.
he was fabulous,professional and timely. Neat great work and reasonable
This company is excellent. Great response and Frank D'augustine was fabulous keeping me informed and aware throughout the project. Very patient and several times went above and beyond the call of duty. Feel confident that this company will take care of your needs.
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P.O. Box 487
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
932 Fernon St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
3343 N. Palethorp St.
Philadelphia, PA 19140
157 W. Lancaster Ave.
Ardmore, PA 19003
3324 Willits Rd., Suite 12-a
Philadelphia, PA 19136
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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Remodeling a Bathroom in Philadelphia
If you're looking to increase the value of a home in Philadelphia, bathroom remodeling is one of the most common ways to add to your home investment and increase the desirability of your property, as well. Especially in areas of the city that are closer to downtown (because the homes there are older), the size and function of a bathroom can certainly make an otherwise marketable property less appealing to the modern home buyer.
Common Obstacles of Philadelphia Bathroom Remodels
In older areas of Philadelphia, bathroom remodeling is often limited by the size of the original bathroom, the layout of the house, and by outdated plumbing. While it is certainly not necessary to knock down walls and pull up floors for all remodels, Philadelphia bathrooms are often old enough that the function, not just the form, can use a bit of service.
Homeowners dealing with a historic property might not want to change the look of the room at all. Some Philadelphia bathroom remodels are actually more appealing when the original tile and fixtures are left intact. However, this doesn't mean that plumbing that leaks like a popped fire hydrant couldn't do with an upgrade.
Smart Philadelphia Bathroom Remodeling
No matter what type of home improvement you're looking into, the best way to start is with a definite plan. For a bathroom remodel, Philadelphia homeowners should decide whether they want to update the plumbing and/or expand the size of the room in addition to just changing its surface appearance.
Before you start planning what your new bathroom should look like, it could be beneficial to have a plumber come in and examine your pipes. Older buildings often have piping that is narrower than today?s standard; this can cause many problems including poor water pressure and drastic fluctuations in water temperature. A plumber can give you an estimate on refitting your bathroom with wider pipes and alert you of any problems that are likely to occur in a remodel (or ones that already exist).
When it comes to size and floor plans, bigger is better only if you're ready to incur the price. Expanding the size of the room will definitely entail knocking down a wall or two; if that wall has anything running through it (ductwork, electrical wiring, etc.), you're looking at an even bigger job. If you've already saved enough money to go hog wild, then feel free to make your bathroom as big as you like. Those who are on a budget (which means most everyone), might do better making a small bathroom as comfortable and efficient as possible, rather than breaking the bank to making it roomy and luxurious.
Philadelphia Bathroom Renovation Pricing
For a simple facelift, Philadelphia bathroom remodeling is relatively affordable and starts at around $2,500. For a total bathroom renovation, Philadelphia prices can reach up to $14,000 (with all the trimmings, of course), but are usually between $5,000 and $8,000. The good news is that bathroom remodels in Philadelphia (probably due to their smaller size) are generally less expensive than the national average, which is around $9,000.