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Bathroom Remodelers in Austin, TX

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Austin, TX

Satterfield Construction
1 Verified Ratings
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(512) 572-8770
10904 Marble Road
Austin, TX 78750
Cox Construction
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(512) 520-3915
7902 Turquiose Trail
Austin, TX 78749
Statewide Remodeling of Austin, Inc.
21 Verified Ratings
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(512) 520-3700
2209 Rutland Dr.
Suite 100
Austin, TX 78758
Positive Construction, Inc.
2 Verified Ratings
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(562) 967-5509
7112 Puzzle Path
Austin, TX 78726
Bath Expo
22 Verified Ratings
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(512) 520-2985
2548 Shell Road
Georgetown, TX 78628

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Cost to Remodel a Bathroom in Austin

Most homeowners spent between:
$6,750 - $15,840
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Reviews of Austin Bathroom Remodelers

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Austin, TX w

Dave not only listened to what I had invisioned for my remolding project but offered sigbificant suggestions for my consideration - which I took advantage of. He offers quality work through competent subcontractors at a competitive price. DS Weber is a good communicator and keeps you informed on the status of your project in a timely manner. Would hire Dave again.

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Austin, TX w

Very professional and customer oriented. Tony went the extra mile to be sure I was happy with the bathroom remodel. It looks beautiful!

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Austin, TX w

Customer service was high on the list. They were responsive to every question or concern and always worked at committing to the deadlines and providing input and options needed to make the right decision for the remodeling needs. They remodeled my bath and kitchen. I am highly satisfied with the work and quality of materials. They were committed and stuck to their word on the work schedule and expectations. I would recommend them to anyone else who needs remodeling work done.


Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Austin, Texas

CTI Design
2505 Zennor Court
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Aus-Tex Construction, Inc.
P.O. Box 817
Manchaca, TX 78652
Toma Builders
123 Tori Drive
Buda, TX 78610
Brawn Contracting & Demolition Svc, LLC
2505 A Fm 1460
Georgetown, TX 78626
Solluna Builders
7310 Sherwood Rd.
Austin, TX 78745

Things to Consider Before You Start a Bathroom Makeover Project:

  • How extensively do you want to remodel your bathroom?
  • Shower / Bath
  • Toilet
  • Cabinets / Vanity
  • Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Flooring

Ideas & Inspiration from Austin Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Remodeling a Bathroom in Austin

Of all the home improvement projects that HomeAdvisor processes for homeowners, the most commonly requested service is bathroom remodeling. Like anywhere else, an Austin bathroom remodel is a promise to improve the quality of your home life and to return the majority of your financial investment with increased property value. Many homeowners would like to remodel both their bathrooms and kitchens. Often, they decide to start with a bathroom remodel because it is usually significantly cheaper to get done. A bathroom remodel is usually 50% cheaper than a kitchen remodel. Of course, the really nice thing is both remodeling projects in Austin come in under the national average (more on this below).

Bathroom Remodeling Styles
If you go to a bathroom remodeling tradeshow or show room, you'll see that there are a lot of available bathroom remodeling styles. This is good because Austin is as diverse as bathroom remodeling styles. South Austinites, who remember how cool it was ten years ago, may choose a shabby chic bathroom, blending old and new. Professors, musicians, artists, writers, and other academic and creative types living in Hyde Park might want a more casual bathroom style to go with their quiet, cerebral lifestyles.

Newer east Austin is seeing an influx of contemporary urban decorating styles with lofts and condos being built seemingly every week. People in West Lake, Lakeway, and out near Lake Travis may have a more flexible budget for their bathroom remodel. Homeowners in Round Rock, Cedar Park, San Marcos, and throughout the greater Austin area have equally diverse preferences but often choose contemporary casual styles for sharp-looking bathrooms at reasonable project costs.

Austin Bathroom Remodel Project Data
Not only does HomeAdvisor match you with prescreened Austin bathroom remodeling contractors, we track the information from every project that comes through our system. This is what we've learned. The national average for a bathroom remodel is $9,150. In Austin, bathroom remodeling is more likely to come in around $7,000-$8,000. Occasionally, we see a project over $10,000, but this is the exception, not the rule. This doesn't mean you can go out and choose an elaborate bathroom design with the most expensive materials and then be surprised by the price tag. But if you're sensible with your choices, you can create a stunning bathroom for a reasonable price.

From the same databank, we see that the national average to complete a bathroom remodel is three weeks. Austin bathroom remodeling is just above this number (closer to four weeks). These numbers are more reflective of homeowners than Austin bathroom remodeling contractors. If you know what you want and are willing to work around your contractor's schedule, you can probably have a new bathroom up and running in about a week. Be sure you're not sacrificing quality for expedience, though. Taking a few extra days to make sure you get the best bathroom possible is worth it in the long run.

Austin Bathroom Renovations
One of the more useful and creative ideas that came from one of our Austin bathroom renovations was to take pictures throughout the renovating process. This is a great idea for insurance purposes and protecting yourself and your investment. Most of the time, you'll never need these pictures, but you'll want to save them, anyway. A change in the home often mirrors a change in your life. Put the pictures in an album book and you'll be able to keep the pictures safe and have them as a keepsake.