Of all the daily tasks you complete, showering is one of the most important. While taking a shower obviously provides hygienic benefits, it also allows you to either prepare for the day ahead or unwind at the end of one. As such a dominant presence in your daily routine, it only makes sense that your shower be in top shape, both aesthetically and functionally. If your current shower space is lacking in either of these departments, you may be considering a shower remodel—and one of your first questions is probably, “how much do shower remodels cost?” Because there are so many different factors that influence the cost, it’s hard to narrow it down to an exact price. Ultimately, the final amount will depend on:
The State of Your Current Shower
In order to replace your shower, the old one will need to be removed. A run-of-the-mill shower that’s pretty standard in size and just a little worn will most likely call for an easy conversion. However, situations like a leaking pipe, seal failure, or unusual dimensions may warrant more work and/or custom fixtures, driving the price higher.
The Material & Fixtures
The components of your new shower will also greatly influence the cost. The materials you choose for the basin and walls will vary in price. Depending on the company and manufacturer you select, you could also be charged extra for wanting to include a variety of features like shelving, grab bars, built-in seating, and more.
The Company You Choose
Unless you’re a shower remodeling guru, you’re most likely going to hire a professional company to complete the project. Shop around and get price quotes from different companies—take into account their reputation, whether they use subcontractors, and the selection of products they offer.
For Wisconsin homeowners, Tundraland shines as the shower remodeling company of choice. Not only do we boast durable, American-made products and experienced installation crews, but we’ll work closely with you to find the right shower system that fits into your budget. Contact us today for a consultation and an accurate price quote.