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Bathroom Remodelers in Cincinnati, OH

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Dennis Davidson Construction, LLC
(513) 337-0393
Areas of Expertise
  • My specialty is bathrooms and kitchens
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"Dennis remodeled a tiny half bathroom in our home, and I could not be happier with the finished product. Dennis was easy to work with, and his work is excellent. I will be recommending him to friends--and hopefully hiring him again to remodel another bathroom!"

- amy W. from cincinnati, OH
Lee Sawyers Tile & Remodel
(888) 210-3251
Areas of Expertise
  • Expert Stone And Tile Contractor
  • Bathroom and kitchen remodel
Featured Review

"We were very impressed! We had a prompt reply to our online request, a timely quote and an A++++ installation. We've used them twice already and hope to use them again in the near future. We would gladly recommend them!"

- liz B. from cincinnati, OH
Estrella Polar

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(866) 216-8307
Areas of Expertise
  • Decks
  • Remodels
AFG
(866) 895-8183
Areas of Expertise
  • Laminate
  • Tile
  • Painting
  • Bathroom Remodel
Martin & Son Contractors, Inc.
(502) 353-1124
Areas of Expertise
  • Major Home Renovations
Featured Review

"Richard Martin knows remodeling and he was a genius at figuring out solutions for us."

- anna E.
Scudder General Contractors
(513) 337-0979
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Decks
  • Addition to Existing Structures
  • Basement Remodels
  • Kitchens
Featured Review

"Good woRk going on . Eager T o please aNd very dependable."

- goody K. from cincinnati, OH
JM Construction & Mechanics, LLC
(888) 202-9880
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Kitchen Remodels
Featured Review

"Punctual, knowledgeable and did a great job. "

- brian K.
TMC Construction Services, Inc.
(937) 396-6764
Areas of Expertise
  • Bath Tub & Shower Replacement
  • Tile Installation & Replacement
  • Stone Slab Countertops (Granite, Marble, Quartz, Travertine)
  • Kitchen, Bathroom, and Home Additions
  • Interior and Exterior Design Services
Featured Review

"Brian is very professional and extremely honest. They completely gutted my huge master bathroom and moved plumbing and electrical. The workers were on time every day and were very respectful to me and my property. They cleaned up every day, including vacuuming and mopping. The experience could not have gone any better. I totally recommend them! They did a beautiful job."

- kathleen M. from cincinnati, OH
Appelman Construction, LLC
(502) 829-7076
Areas of Expertise
  • Complete construction for residential homes from ground up
  • Kitchen/Bath remodels
  • New Additions to existing Home
  • Complete Home remodels
  • Windows and Doors
Featured Review

"All the employees (Const Superintendent, Project Mgr, Installer, Sub-contractor-driveway) that work for this company. are very efficient, professional, easy to get along with, courteous w/homeowner time. Also, if you have questions, and you forgot to ask about something in the beginning, you call and you will get a phone call back that day!! We hired them for bathroom tile/paint/small plumbing/ for a family mbr. The Superintendent walked us thru what had to be done. and everything turned out beautifully! There was a small hiccup (plumbing) but it was resolved the same day! 2wks later, We hired Appelman to redo our driveway, that was a total mess! Superintendent walked us thru what was going to be done and what/how it was going to be replaced. It was done in 1 and half days!! However. another hiccup. but, it was resolved that day as well!! What we have learned about doing any kind of construction, there is Always going to be something that unforeseen. so you just roll with it, be flexible. b/c in the end, it will be done right. and w/the guarantee on ALL of their labor/workmanship. for 1yr. that is what sold us!! plus, they care about what they are doing for the homeowner!! Job well done on 2 different properties!! Thank You!!"

- jeannette S. from fort mitchell, KY

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Cincinnati, Ohio

The Finished Basement, LLC
25203 Tranquility Court
West Harrison, IN 47025
Paytes Construction
6273 Middleboro Rd.
Blanchester, OH 45107
Ziegler Construction Company
1009 Rose Circle
Park Hills, KY 41011
Atlas Home Group, LLC
9799f Princeton Glendale Rd.
West Chester, OH 45246
F & J Remodeling
8784 Monsonto Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45231

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 Cincinnati Addition & Remodeling Contractors


Cincinnati Bathroom Remodels

Known for its chili and its unusually diverse variety of cultural amenities, such as the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, appeals to a diverse population of residents. The city's European roots can be found in many of its charming neighborhoods and suburbs, which spread out in an unusually wide sprawl. This hip Midwestern city also has an average climate, with roughly 176 sunny days and approximately 65 combined inches of rainfall and snowfall each year.

Live like royalty in the "Queen City" by maximizing the beauty and functionality of your home. Remodeling the bathroom creates instant appeal for prospective buyers, while also allowing homeowners to change up the appearance of the bathroom for a fresh, rejuvenated feel. Cincinnati homeowners can typically expect to pay lower than average prices. The size and scope of the project may increase prices, as can the types of fixtures and materials that go into the newly remodeled bathroom.  

Prominent Cincinnati Neighborhoods and Suburbs

Cincinnati is nestled along the southern border of Hamilton County. Some locals call Cincinnati the "northernmost Southern city," in a nod to its history as a gateway between the North and South. Cincy is a bustling business hub with lots of cultural amenities and entertainment options, all located just across the river from Kentucky. To better understand the diversity of the city, consider some of its most prominent and popular neighborhoods and suburbs.

Neighborhoods

This charming Midwestern city contains more than 50 neighborhoods, including the following:

Downtown

From ballparks to Fortune 500 companies, this area has it all. This vibrant Cincinnati neighborhood hosts numerous festivals throughout the year, including Bockfest, Mid Point Music Festival, and Oktoberfest. Residents can choose from a variety of options, from charming townhomes to hip lofts.

Mount Adams

With its rich history and European flair, the Mount Adams neighborhood appeals to a variety of Cincy residents. Everyone from artists to young professionals and families enjoy the friendly community, charming homes, and eclectic mix of shops and restaurants.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park offers a convenient central location, pedestrian-friendly design, and plenty of shops and restaurants that appeal to its upper-middle class families and professionals. As one of the city's more prestigious neighborhoods, Hyde Park provides a distinctive address along with easy access to downtown.

Suburbs

Located just outside of the city, Cincinnati's suburbs provide an alternative to urban living with easy access to city amenities. Some popular suburbs include the following:

Covington

Located just a few miles south of downtown, and across the Kentucky border, the suburb of Covington combines a diverse mix of biker bars and million-dollar condominiums. Located near the spot where the Licking and Ohio Rivers meet, this neighborhood boasts a vibrant entertainment scene and cultural activities, including monthly art gallery hops.

Village of Indian Hill

The Village of Indian Hill is home to less than 6,000 people. It offers a distinctly country feeling just minutes from the city. This roughly 20-square-mile village has great schools and tidy green spaces along with a combination of historic and modern homes that appeal to a variety of residents.

Mason

Despite being 25 miles from downtown, Mason is a bustling suburb with great schools and plenty of green space to appeal to young families. It also has swanky boutiques, delicious restaurants, and entertainment options that attract young professionals.

Local Cost Information for Bathroom Remodels

Many factors can affect the price of remodeling a bathroom. In addition to labor costs, the materials a homeowner chooses can keep the budget on-point or break the bank. Many remodeling projects in Cincinnati include replacing existing fixtures and installing new cabinetry, counters, and flooring. Cincinnati's prices are comparable to the national average. For example, adding a new bathroom costs on average $38,650 in Cincinnati, compared to $41,053 for the national average.

Bathroom Additions

Adding on to the existing structure of a home is an extensive project. In some cases, remodeling may also require adding on to the existing structure. Whether the homeowner wants to add an extra master suite, or simply enlarge the bathroom by blowing out a wall and adding more space, building an addition is an effective way to create a new room from what was otherwise empty space. Homeowners who remodel or build a bathroom addition can expect to gain a return of approximately 73 percent on the investment when they sell the home.

Common Materials Used

Although the size of the addition has a major impact on the budget, even smaller bathroom additions require supplies. Contractors need to knock out walls, frame new ones, and hang drywall, in addition to taking care of plumbing pipes and other issues. Common remodeling supplies include the following:

  • Lumber
  • Insulation
  • Power tools
  • Drywall

Size is one of the biggest factors influencing the price of a bathroom addition. Smaller projects require fewer materials and less labor. To create a bathroom addition on a budget, Cincinnati residents may consider using reclaimed building materials to help offset some of the cost. Consider visiting the Cincinnati Re-Use Center on Tremont Street or Underdog Reclaimed Wood to browse through some of the available options.

Bathroom Remodels

From gutting the room to just replacing a few fixtures, the types of bathroom remodeling projects are varied. Although a general remodel typically requires less time and materials than building an addition, these projects can still be relatively complex and involved. Numerous factors determine the cost of a bathroom remodel in Cincinnati, including the materials that go into the room. Some popular choices include the following:  

  • Tub: The price of a tub is largely determined based on the materials (cast-iron, porcelain, or acrylic) and the style (clawfoot, freestanding, corner, or drop-in). For example, an acrylic clawfoot tub typically costs approximately half the price of a cast iron tub.
  • Shower: Similarly, the materials (glass, stone, or ceramic tiles) and design of the shower often determines the price. Ceramic tile is among the least expensive options, while glass tiles cost much more.
  • Cabinets: Save money by going with lesser grade wood cabinets, or splurge on furniture-style cabinets made from exotic woods.
  • Countertops: Engineered stone, tile, marble, and granite are popular options. Budget-friendly countertop options include solid surface, concrete, and formica.
  • Flooring: Save money by going with a vinyl or ceramic tile floor, or upgrade the bathroom with pricier options such as stone, slate, or porcelain.
  • Light fixtures: Good lighting is important. Consider adding four different types, including task lighting (wall-mounted fixtures), ambient lighting, accent lighting, or decorative lighting. Sleek metal fixtures often come with affordable price tags while more upscale fixtures, such as blown glass, tend to cost more.
  • Sinks: The shape and style of the sink should coordinate with the rest of the bathroom. Choose from modern vessels and self-rimming sinks or traditional pedestals.
  • Toilets: Simple toilets tend to be less expensive than higher seats and elongated bowls.

Cincinnati homeowners can browse for ideas and supplies at local bathroom showrooms such as Keidel Supply Company on Tennessee Avenue or chain stores such as Lowe's, which has a location on Harrison Road and another on Colerain Avenue.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Remodeling a bathroom requires many different types of expertise, including electrical, plumbing, and construction. Neither the city nor the state requires general contractors to be licensed, but electricians and plumbers do need to have a license to work in Ohio. Additionally, look for remodeling companies that are fully insured. Allowing uninsured workers to complete a project leaves homeowners on the hook financially if anything goes wrong, such as an accident or incidental damages.

Homeowners may also want to ask for references and information about any professional organizations to which the remodeling contractors belong, such as the following:

Knowledgeable, reputable remodeling contractors can guide homeowners throughout the process, providing everything from initial design ideas to finishing touches. Additionally, homeowners must be sure that the contractors have all the necessary permits required by the city.

Other Projects to Consider When Remodeling a Bathroom

Although remodeling a bathroom should keep homeowners busy enough, it may be a good time to tackle some other projects as well. Related projects include changing the floorplan, upgrading pipes, installing radiant heat, or adding shelving. While the remodeling contractors are at it, have them upgrade the wiring in the bathroom, especially if the home is an older one. Replace the wiring with 20-amp circuits, and add plenty of GFCI outlets for all the necessary appliances.