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Bathroom Remodelers in Pittsburgh, PA

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Prescreened Bathroom Remodeling Contractors in Pittsburgh, PA

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B.Wiles PRG
(866) 936-6183
Areas of Expertise
  • General Contracting
  • Home Remodeling
  • Additions and Remodeling
  • From the Studs to the Paint, we do it all
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"The final price was almost double what we were initially quoted. "

- sheryl P.
Fuget's Contracting
(888) 910-3653
Areas of Expertise
  • Flooring Installs
  • Roofing Installs
  • Bathroom Remodels
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"I had a toilet that did not flush at all. My only one for three days and they came on Sunday and fixed my problem. Hard to find contractors that will come on a weekend. Thumbs up!"

- charolotte B. from pittsburgh, PA
American Handiwork, Inc.

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(216) 430-0522
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Improvement
  • Drywall
  • Plumbing
G and C Contracting
(215) 239-9460
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Painting
MC Construction Design and Development, LLC
(866) 334-4705
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Design/Remodel
  • Bathroom Design/Remodel
  • Flooring
  • Tile
  • Drywall/Paint
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"They were great and we were very happy. He was very good at keeping us involved in the decision making."

- nettie M.
Pistella Design
(877) 209-0491
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodeling
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"Prompt. Written estimate for work adhered to. Worked quickly."

- jayne D. from pittsburgh, PA
Innovative Contracting Services, LLC
(215) 970-9142
Areas of Expertise
  • Tile Installation
  • Hardwood Flooring
  • Laminate Wood Flooring
  • Vinyl Tile and Plank Flooring
  • Remodeling
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"They provided a reasonable bid for the job. Three quotes on this job - they were the best price. Completed the job in the timeframe they indicated. Professional in work preformed and in all dealings with them. They showed up when they said and completed the work without issues. I plan on hiring them again for another project. "

- jeff H. from pittsburgh, PA
Basic Concept Interiors
(215) 239-9465
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Design
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"The General Contractor was very good at working with our schedule, and when a problem arose with initial plumbing installation he immediately took responsibility and brought the plumber and tilers back to fix the problem at no cost to us. A special thanks to John and Vince, who did a beautiful job on the tile installation."

- james L. from pittsburgh, PA
A.M. Window & Construction Co., LLC
(215) 970-9226
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen and Bathroom - Design and Remodels
  • Replacement Windows
  • Major Home Renovations Both Interior and Exterior
  • Husband and Wife Team - Both with Interior Design
  • EPA Lead Safe Certified Firm, Certification Number: NAT-23264-1
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"Alan was great with suggestions and ideas. The crew was punctual, friendly, hard working and tidy. My bathroom is so beautiful it could be on the front page of a magazine. I would definitely use this company again!"

- pam D. from greensburg, PA

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Gold Star Construction USA, Inc.
4401 Ohio River Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15202
TSC Home Renovations
102 E. 7th Ave.
Homestead, PA 15120
Princeton Builders
7409 Irvine St.
Swissvale, PA 15218
N&N Landscaping, LLC
256 Gary Drive
Sewickley, PA 15143
Chris L. Dollman Home Improvements
4883 7th St. Rd.
New Kensington, PA 15068

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 Pittsburgh Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Renovating a Bathroom in Pittsburgh

It is said that an older structure that has been updated to appeal to modern sensibilities (and is complete with everything a modern family would expect in a brand new home) is the pinnacle of desirability in the housing market. With all the houses that are over 50 years old in Pittsburgh, bathroom remodeling is a great place for many residents to start when trying to add value to their properties.

Trends in new constructions lean much more towards spacious, elegant bathrooms; the cramped, closet-like feel of their predecessors is, without a doubt, less appealing to today's homebuyers. Remodeling a bathroom is one of the most fruitful home improvement projects you can enter into. Aside from increasing the value of your home, this type of project will also make your house a better and more efficient place to live in.

Ideas for Bathroom Remodeling in Pittsburgh
With the wide range of materials, fixtures, and other options available for bathroom remodeling, Pittsburgh homeowners will have to be savvy about which ones they choose. In most cases, the best course is to model any renovations around the look and feel of the rest of the house.

If your home is full of wood and tile, and you've got a brick exterior, a bathroom full of chrome and mirrors might look somewhat out of place. If the rest of your house has a more modern look, (polished concrete floors, exposed ductwork, etc.), a classic country bathroom could actually be a drawback if you ever decide to sell. Unless you're planning on redoing the entire interior of your home (in which case you can pick whatever style you want and run with it), try and use materials that are common in the rest of the house. You want the room to be updated, but you don't want it to look like a blatant add-on.

Pittsburgh Bathroom Renovation Obstacles
As is the case in many other northeastern cities, the options available for Pittsburgh bathroom remodels are often limited because of the small size of the original space (especially in older sections of town). While it is certainly possible to expand the size of a small bathroom, when you start knocking down walls and adding on to the original structure, the price of the project and its duration will both become much higher.

Another drawback common in older structures is the presence of pipes that were put in decades ago. The plumbing of modern houses uses pipes that are wider in diameter; this increases water pressure, reduces the time it takes for water coming out of the faucet to get hot, and, ultimately, reduces the amount and frequency of many plumbing problems. Unless you only want a skin-deep remodel, homeowners should consider having a plumber take a look at the pipes to see how much it would cost to upgrade to something wider (or to see if any other problems could be resolved by installing more modern hardware).

Pittsburgh Bathroom Remodeling Prices
For a simple facelift in smaller bathroom remodels, Pittsburgh residents can expect to pay around $4,000 or $5,000. If you're looking to completely overhaul a larger bathroom or want to expand the size of a smaller one, you can expect the price to increase dramatically (some projects can cost over $10,000). Keep in mind, however, that despite the initial expense of bathroom renovation, Pittsburgh homes with roomy, modern facilities (especially in homes where the original structure is older) have a higher market value and are also likely to sell quickly.