How Much Does It Cost to Renovate a Bathroom in the ACT?

How Much Does It Cost to Renovate a Bathroom in the ACT?

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  1. How much does it cost to renovate a bathroom?
    1. The literal nation-wide cost
    2. The mental and time cost
    3. ACTR cost
  2. What does the cost include?
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  3. Why you should renovate your bathroom?
  4. Why choose ACTR/why we’re different?
  5. Looking for inspiration?
    1. Link to projects that are really different 
      1. Sophisticated – https://actrenovations.com.au/renovationprojects-palmerstonmainbathroom/
      2. Masculine – https://actrenovations.com.au/renovationprojects-oconnormainbathroom/
      3. Spa like – https://actrenovations.com.au/renovationprojects-monashmainbathroomensuitepowderroomandlaundry/

HIA report – https://hia.com.au/-/media/HIA-Website/Files/IndustryBusiness/Economic/publications/extract-kb-report-19-20.ashx?la=en&hash=C73B02434520F9B3E4B264586658793BF2090A22  

  • The survey found the average value for a bathroom installed in new homes to be $18,304 compared to the average value for bathrooms installed as part of a renovation at $19,085.

The survey found two thirds of bathroom renovations (66 per cent) were performed in homes in the 11 to 20 years age bracket. Of the total, 29 per cent were undertaken in homes in the 11 to 15 years age group. A further 37 per cent of bathroom renovations were performed on homes aged between 16 and 20 years.

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  • DESIGN: wall hung vanity, shower screens, interior designers, good idea, floor tiles, wall tiles, bathroom lighting, hot water,
  • COST: saving money, expect to pay, renovation costs, cost of a bathroom,

How Much Does it Cost to Renovate a Bathroom in the ACT?

If you are thinking of a bathroom renovation this year, the first two considerations should be, what are your budget and style? Both factors dictate the direction of your design, especially if the latter is the most crucial aspect. Once you have a clear picture in mind, it is then a matter of undertaking the process. There are a variety of ways in which you can do this; however, the simplest way is through a renovation’s specialist that can design and complete the project all in-house. But what is the cost?

 

How Much Does it Cost to Renovate a Bathroom in the ACT?

According to Canstar, within Australia, the average total cost for renovating a bathroom is $19,500; however, in the ACT, this average is $23,000 (the highest in Australia). This price includes everything from the tiles to the trades fees. What is more interesting is that for a standard-sized luxury bathroom renovation, you can expect to pay anything from $25,000 on the bathroom renovation costs. Given that ACT residents pay an average of 7.86% less for carpenters, electricians, painters, and plumbers, this figure suggests that the typical Canberran is opting for luxury bathroom renovations.

 

What Determines the Cost of a Bathroom Renovation?

For Canberra homeowners that are new to the renovation world, $23,000 might seem like quite a high starting price. What you will find is that the costliest bathrooms are the ones that perfectly combine function and design. And, considering bathrooms are one of the most used areas of the house, it is essential that your bathroom is not only functional but also, well designed.

 

In your renovation project, there are many ways you can achieve the design-function balance. Here is a list of some things you need to consider when designing your bathroom:

  • Does your bathroom require structural changes?
  • What is the size of your bathroom? And how many do you have? Are they small bathrooms?
  • What material will you use for your wall tiles, floor tiles and fittings?
  • What type of vanity will you have – A wooden vanity? Wall hung vanity?
  • Your shower screen – frameless or semi-frameless glass?
  • Your bathroom lighting – Mid-range lighting? Statement pendant?
  • Is it a renovation or a new bathroom?
  • Will you be moving any of the fixtures or the plumbing?
  • Your electrical work – will you be rewiring it? 
  • Finally, your hot water system – Electrical or gas?

 

If the luxury route seems more befitting for your interior design, some luxurious additions

 

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