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Bathroom Remodelers in Denver, CO

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Denver, CO

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NG Services
(720) 506-7445
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
Gina N.

"As a single woman i felt comfortable with Nelson and his crew as i welcomed them into my home "

Head West Construction, LLC
(720) 506-6369
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodel and Renovations
John J.

"He was very good at cleaning up after himself and left the place spotless. "

ProSource of Denver
References Available
(303) 323-0264
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom - Remodel
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Laminate Wood or Stone Floor - Install
  • Custom Cabinets - Build
  • Major Renovation - Multiple Rooms
Orex Remodeling
References Available
(720) 506-6540
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Basement Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • House Painting
  • Exterior (Siding, Brick, Stone, Landscaping)
Bud's Custom Tile & Stone
(303) 323-0844
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Backsplash
  • Tile Flooring
  • Bathroom Remodel
Sharon I.

"The job was done and I was very pleased with their work. "

ReNew Home Innovations
(303) 328-0506
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • New Bath & Shower Installation
  • Aging in Place Walk-In Safety Tubs
Chad R.

"These guy are awesome! Super professional, well priced, and did everything like they promised! "

Dill's Handyman, LLC
References Available
(720) 506-7157
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodels
YGR- General Home Remodeling and Repair
(303) 801-9038
Areas of Expertise
  • Will try to create your vision as pin point as possible.
  • We pay attention to detail.
  • We are Very Meticulous In keeping your home clean from any dust and debries
  • We communicate with you and/or if you use any other sub-contractors to keep the project going forward in the time frame given
  • We are very punctual and will always communicate if there are any delays.
Barb S. in Denver, CO

"Anthony is very professional with bidding, with communication and is very timely. He takes pride in doing an excellent job and is so pleasant work with. He is very helpful with questions and solutions because of his experience with all facets of building and remodeling. I am a retired cabinet design firm owner and demand exceptional workmanship and I got that with Anthony. He will definitely be my first choice for any home improvement projects in the future. "

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Howie Farmer Design & Construction
(303) 357-9216
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
  • Landscape Design & Installation
  • Tile Installation
Mitch C. in Denver, CO

"Howie is great to work with. Very easygoing and committed to understanding his customer to deliver exactly what is wanted. In the course of our ...project we requested some design changes. Howie was very accommodating to our needs and never hesitated or pushed back. He was always in our corner. His communication is great and the workmanship also. He also showed a very high degree of personal responsibility. I never doubted that he was going to take care of us and delivery exactly what we wanted. We enjoyed working with all the team members he put on this job. I'd recommend Howie and his team to friends. In fact, we are already working with him on another job. A good contractor who is honest, on time, on budget, communicates well, and takes personal responsibility and pride in customer service is hard to find. Howie is all of these things. "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Denver, Colorado

Mallory Construction
P.O. Box 146
Parker, CO 80134
Home Impressions Inc
196 1st St.
Ft. Lupton, CO 80621
Bond Construction Management, Inc.
2605 S. Pennslyvania St.
Denver, CO 80210
Northstar Painting and Remodeling
3306 S. Geneva St.
Denver, CO 80231
The Fixician
1193 S. Beech Dr. #202
Lakewood, CO 80228

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 Denver Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Remodeling a Bathroom in Denver

A bathroom remodel ranks right up there with the best of them when it comes to home improvements that increase the value of your home. In fact, along with kitchen remodeling and basement remodeling, giving your bathroom a nip and tuck consistently ranks in the top three remodeling projects in the Denver metro area when it comes to getting the most bang for your buck.

Denver Remodeled Bathroom Costs
One of the benefits of annually referring thousands of Denverites to contractors within our system is the data we regularly collect regarding each job done. And since cost is perhaps the most important thing to a homeowner considering a bathroom renovation in Denver, we'll start there. Surprisingly, based on the data we've gathered, bathroom remodels in Denver average right around $7,500 per job. Even more surprisingly, our high and low figures aren't so far off that number, coming in at $15,000 and $2,500, respectively. Not to say that there aren't Denver bathroom remodels in Cherry Creek, Boulder, and other upscale front range communities that necessarily cost four or five times our recorded high, however HomeAdvisor refers enough contractors and collects enough data that the average homeowner can take our numbers to heart when preparing a bathroom remodel of their own.

What those Denver Bath Remodeling Cost Figures Mean for You
From the perspective of an average Denver homeowner, that range of prices should sound like pretty good news. For starters, this is one home improvement that's within just about everybody's reach financially, regardless of the size and scope of what you want done. Furthermore, if you don't have unlimited resources yet still want to invest in a remodel that's going to pay off when it comes to your home's ability to sell, those numbers should sound even better. Any Mile High City real estate agent will tell you that in the Denver market it's kitchens, baths, and more recently, basements, that sell homes. And while you thought Longs Peak, at 14,259 feet above sea level, was up there, the problem with the other two popular high return remodeling projects, kitchens and basements, is that both can easily cost $50,000 to $60,000 dollars before all is said and done. When compared to that kind of money, even a high end Denver bathroom remodel starts sounding like the best deal of the bunch.

Denver Bathroom Remodeling Timelines
Besides cost, there are a few other things to take away from the data we collect, starting with the duration of a typical Bathroom renovation in Denver. On average, bathroom remodels in Denver took three to four weeks, though they took as little as two weeks on small jobs, and up to two months on the larger ones. Why the huge difference in time, (and cost, for that matter) from one job to the next for a room that's similar in size house to house and that across the board includes a sink, toilet, and a tub or shower? Mostly this boils down to materials. While we don't record the specifics of each job, it's a safe bet that the jobs that were finished in two weeks and ended up costing $3,000 were pretty standard. Likely they consisted of vinyl flooring, laminate countertops, a fiberglass or plastic tub and shower combo, stock vanity cabinets, and basic fixtures, none of which take a lot of time or expertise to install. Substitute that vinyl floor with a custom cut stone tile installation, the laminate with a special order granite countertop, the shower/tub combo with a tiled shower and a separate, jetted tub, and add to all that some custom cabinetry, and you've got your answer. Simply put, higher quality materials take more time to order, make, and install, and obviously come at a higher price as well.

Advice from Front Range Homeowners on Remodeling Bathrooms in Denver
On a final note, we conclude each survey we perform by asking the homeowner if they have any advice for others preparing for a bathroom remodeling project in Denver. While one homeowner wrote, "expect the worst, hope for the best," HomeAdvisor tends to side with most of his compatriots in thinking you have a little more control over the process.

"Get lots of references," writes another Denverite who prefers to be a little more hands on, "never pay upfront (we have used lots of folks without a pay up front need), require work space clean up daily, [and] require daily discussions on timing of activities, next day's schedule, etc."

A third suggests that you "research each contractor. Ensure the contractor is in good standing, and has insurance," and that you "ask for pictures of their work."

Trusting your fate to the wind in the home improvement business is a little like trying to fly a kite on a day when chinooks are rolling down off the mountains. It's likely that things aren't going to end up well. By taking the steps recommended above, however, and using a referral service like HomeAdvisor that prescreens contractors and provides easy to access to contractor ratings, you can rest easy knowing that you've done everything you can to help your Denver bathroom remodeling project move forward as problem free as possible.