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Bathroom Remodelers in Phoenix, AZ

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Phoenix, AZ

Dreamstyle Remodeling, Inc.
11 Verified Ratings
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(602) 282-8540
15425 South 48th Street, Unit 100
Phoenix, AZ 85004
American Contracting Enterprise Inc. (ACE)
2 Verified Ratings
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(480) 586-2876
314 W Saddle Mountain Road
Phoenix, AZ 85086
Rebuild 4U, Inc.
2 Verified Ratings
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(866) 909-5101
15727 West Cottonwood Street
Surprise, AZ 85374

Serving Phoenix, AZ
JDC Homes, PLC
5 Verified Ratings
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(520) 918-4606
2320 E Elmwood Street
Mesa, AZ 85213

Serving Phoenix, AZ
Cost +20, LLC
5 Verified Ratings
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(480) 567-9605
9746 West Happy Valley Road, Suite 2
Peoria, AZ 85383

Serving Phoenix, AZ

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Cost to hire a Remodel a Bathroom in Phoenix

Most homeowners spent between:
$6,388 - $14,279
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Reviews of Phoenix Bathroom Remodelers

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Phoenix, AZ

Great job! Very attentive to our needs. Explained everything clearly. Gave us suggestions and recommended the materials that would work well for us. The job they did is exactly what we wanted. Beautiful! High quality. And they did the job in a timely manner.

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Phoenix, AZ

The work was completed quickly and more importantly it was completely well. The workers were very polite, courteous and clean. I will definitely use XLT Construction in the future.

Project: Remodel a Bathroom
Scottsdale, AZ

K&K Remodel did a great job with our master bathroom/closet remodel! Being someone who works from home, has four dogs and was 6-months pregnant at the time, my husband and I were very particular about who would be performing the work. We were very satisfied with Ian and Brian's service and communication. They did a fantastic job from start to finish and the quality was top notch. We would highly recommend them to anyone!


Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix Kitchen & Bath LLC By Burd
3807 W Vista Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85051
D. Paul Remodeling
25873 N. 47th Place
Phoenix, AZ 85050
Rez Management, LLC
9299 W. Olive Ave. Suite 102
Peoria, AZ 85345
DANL Construction
P.O. Box 9
Cave Creek, AZ 85327
Eagle Remodeling & Restoration LLC
5626 W Cheryl Drive
Glendale, AZ 85302

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 Phoenix Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Remodeling a Bathroom in Phoenix

Bathrooms are home to several essential, daily activities. Everything from basic hygiene, to morning grooming routines, and a number of personal, bodily functions take place in the bathroom. Not only do you want your bathroom to be relaxing, but you want to have it to yourself. While you may not have the space or cash flow for an entire bathroom addition, optimizing smaller bathroom spaces and creating luxury bathrooms in larger spaces are some of the smartest and most enjoyable improvements you can make to your home.

Phoenix Bathroom Renovations: The Diamond in the Rough
The measure of how much a home renovation costs and how much the project adds to the selling price of your home is an important one. Even homeowners who don't plan on selling their home anytime soon may find it easier to secure a homeowner's loan if they can convince their financial institution that the overall value of the home will benefit. Naturally, some projects are better than others. Most cities have a few home improvements that return more than 100 percent of their costs in property value. The mild climate of the Valley renders many of these projects less valuable. Fiber-cement siding, for example, isn't as imperative here as it is in other parts of the country. In fact, there is only one home improvement project that shows such high returns in Phoenix: bathroom renovation.

Go for the Middle with a Phoenix Bathroom Remodeling
The average cost of a bathroom remodel is between 11 and 12 thousand dollars, while the average resale value increase is between 12 and 13 thousand. This yields an average return of 108 percent of the cost of your remodel. Of course, these are only statistical averages and wise planning can help optimize this value. As you choose more upscale materials and fixtures, for example, the overall resale value tends to go down. Superficial remodels that are mostly decorative in nature, on the other hand, also have little chance of showing this type of return. Plus, with the plumbing rich area of the bathroom, it's often beneficial to tear everything out so you can identify and fix any plumbing problems occurring underneath your old bathroom walls and floors.

Phoenix Bathroom Remodeling Contractors
As you may already know, you should get at least three estimates from contractors before choosing someone to hire. While you'll want to check references and reviews, such as the ones provided by HomeAdvisor, take this opportunity to talk about your bathroom with each contractor. Not only will you get a better sense of which contractor understands the overall vision you have for your bathroom, but the professionals frequently have ideas that homeowners would have never considered on their own.

Homeowner Advice on Phoenix Bathroom Remodels
In fact, as one homeowner found out, you don't want to get too far into the planning process before you talk to a Phoenix bathroom remodeling contractor. This homeowner had bought several parts for his new bathroom on his own. This is what he told us: "I did not initially understand that as a contractor, he would be able to obtain discounts that would have ultimately benefitted both of us and the project."

Still, as much as you believe you and your contractor are on the same page, you don't want to take things for granted, and it's critical that you keep tabs on the project (without hovering or looking over anyone's shoulder.) This is how one Phoenix homeowner put it: "Don't think you do not have to be around, and that the contractor will handle everything. You need to make sure things make sense to you and what you envisioned is happening. We all think we communicate what we want, but it may not be understood correctly."