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Bathroom Remodelers in New York, NY

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in New York, NY

IDR Construction, Inc.
2 Verified Ratings
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(845) 249-4142
244 5th Avenue - Suite 202
New York, NY 10001
MG Painting Renovation
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(718) 709-0547
123 West 74th Street, Apartment 1C
New York, NY 10023
Distinct Construction & Management, LLC
References Available
(866) 567-6032
1818 Newkirk Avenue, Apartment 4K
Brooklyn, NY 11226

Serving New York, NY
Master Install, Inc.
2 Verified Ratings
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(866) 416-9833
1512 Townsend Avenue, Apartment 40
Bronx, NY 10452

Serving New York, NY
Tier 1 Maintenance, LLC
2 Verified Ratings
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(201) 540-3231
636 Faile Street
Bronx, NY 10474

Serving New York, NY

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Cost to Remodel a Bathroom in New York

Most homeowners spent between:
$6,687 - $16,579
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Reviews of New York Bathroom Remodelers

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
New York, NY w

Recently we had a complete renovation on our duplex loft in SOHO and we could not be more pleased with the end result. Renovation-Plus was there for us every step of the way: from concept to completion they guided us through the entire process (even helping us with the paperwork in the very beginning). Their prices are very reasonable and the end result fabulous! Renovation-Plus Construction Group exceeded all of our expectations: we give them our highest recommendation!

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
New York, NY w

Roger and his team were professional, creative and most importantly they did a beautiful job on my bathroom. Undergoing any renovation isn't easy, but this team made it as simple as possible. This was the second job they did for me and I would recommend them any time.

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
New York, NY w

Haven't started the project yet because of family emergency but working with Roger Peter Navarra (Estimates, plan changes) has been a pleasure


Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in New York, New York

Detail Renovations, Inc.
615b Middle Neck Rd.
Great Neck, NY 11023
HFM Company, Inc.
145 Teresa Lane
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Autun Contractors
200 E. 64th St. , 14th Floor
New York, NY 10021
Raphael Gittens Construction
1585 Pacific St.
Brooklyn, NY 11213
Paval Corp.
5 Newton Place
Mt. Vernon, NY 10550

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 New York Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Remodeling a Bathroom in the Big Apple

In New York, bathroom remodeling can mean a number of different things. Large New York-based bathroom remodeling companies may service homes well into Long Island and across the Jersey Shore, while individual contractors may focus on customizing their remodels for their neighborhood, especially given the high cost of transportation. These individual contractors may be diamonds in the rough or among the more unreliable contractors floating around the city. Large companies, on the other hand, offer comprehensive service and usually quite a few more installation options.

Likewise, hauling the supplies up several stories for a New York apartment or condo can be a veritable nightmare in the wrong contractor's hands and bears little resemblance to a more conventional suburban home. We've seen small bathroom remodels as cheap as $3,000 and as high as $20,000. If you pull out all the stops for a larger master bath, it's not uncommon to see project costs hit the $50,000 mark. Whatever your New York bathroom remodeling needs are, HomeAdvisor can put you in touch with the best the city has to offer.

Cost vs. Resale Value for New York Bathroom Remodels
The cost of your New York bathroom remodel is also likely to influence how much additional property value your new bathroom might bring. Superficial bathroom remodels that involve little more than new paint, lighting, and decorating are unlikely to substantially increase your property value. Home appraisers, for example, generally don't even consider such elements when calculating property value, but high-end remodels also don't perform as well as budget-conscience projects. Full bathroom remodels are a good idea, anyway, especially in older homes where water damage may be lurking behind and endangering the long-term well being of your bathroom. In other words, by doing a New York bathroom remodel right the first time, but seeking out cost-effective materials and labor, you can often recoup the entire expense of the remodel through increased property value. At the same time, if you're not planning on selling your home in the immediate future, your personal enjoyment and tastes will trump a relatively small measure of financial return. If you love marble, you love marble, and there's no reason to let someone talk you out of it.

New York Bathroom Remodels and Small Bathrooms
The most common problem New Yorkers experience with their bathroom capacity is space. In Manhattan, it's not unheard of for apartments to have a toilet, a separate shower stall, and no bathroom sink with monthly rents of two grand. As you move further and further out into and beyond the boroughs, space becomes more available, but small bathrooms are still the norm. Creative remodels can help you get the most from these bathrooms. Custom-built cabinets, corner sinks and vanities, and contemporary lighting can make a small bath feel more spacious or, alternately, allow you to install a shower stall in a former half bath. Likewise, bathroom additions are more popular in the greater New York area, where homeowners love their homes but need greater bathroom capacity.

New York Bathroom Renovation Contractors
Picking up the phonebook to locate bathroom renovation contractors in New York or anywhere else is a risky prospect. You can find some of the best contractors and some of the worst, and it usually takes quite a bit of legwork to figure out who's who, when you could otherwise be planning the details of the remodel itself. HomeAdvisor takes a lot of the guesswork out of this equation by prescreening each and every contractor in our database. At the same time, you'll still be able to solicit several estimates, breeding the competition and leaving your options open.

As a general rule, you should be wary of estimates that are substantially higher or lower than the rest. This may be a sign of price-gouging, shoddy service, or you may be looking at estimates that are intentionally incongruous. Conventional wisdom says you should budget for 10 to 15 percent more than the initial estimate for unforeseen problems. Some contractors may include this leeway in their estimates, others may not. You'll probably need to talk to contractors about the details of the project to get a true understanding of how each estimate compares to the others. This extra allowance is not a sign of a poor contractor. Even the best contractors can't foresee everything that can go wrong once the project starts. When it comes time to make a final hiring decision, use your gut, but also take a look at our quality-controlled online customer reviews to see what other New York property owners have said about this contractor.