Remodeling Prices: A Realistic Guide

Home Remodeling Prices

Prices for Kitchen, Bathroom, and More...

Pricing a large home remodel, addition or Custom Home takes a lot of time and attention to detail.  Every project has it's own nuances and customization's and we pride ourselves on giving our customers realistic pricing upfront before your construction contracts are signed. Below, you can see some average pricing for common types of jobs that our customers request most.  Although it is impossible to give a "set price" for any type of remodeling work, it is our hope that these averages can give you a realistic idea of what different projects can cost. 

When considering different bids, make sure you are comparing apple to apples comparisons. The service between a single handyman and a entire company is going to be entirely different. The price for both of these offers are going to be completely different as well. For example, Design-Build firms are going to have the design and production wrapped up into the same estimate. This combines two separate services in one bid instead of searching for two separate companies. Be sure to note this information when seeing different prices and never be afraid to ask a contractor why they prices as they did. If one bid is shockingly much lower, there is probably a reason for it. This includes one that is too high as well. 


Based on Approx 1600 Square Feet Room

Major/Multiple Room Renovations

Average pricing is based on three bedroom, two bathroom home approximately 1600 sq ft. with medium quality fixtures. Although the "cost to construct" may be relatively similar from project to project by square footage, project price can vary drastically based on the quality of "allowance items".

Multiple Room Remodels

Based on Approx 500-850 square feet room

Major/Multiple Room Additions

Average pricing is based on an average multiple room addition size of approximately 500-850 sqft.  Pricing varies mainly because of the "types" of rooms that go into multiple room additions, allowance items quality, and foundation requirements. 

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Based on 180 Square Feet

Bedroom Remodel

Average pricing is based on an average sized bedroom of approximately 180 sqft.  Most bedroom remodels would include adding new lighting, updating ceiling fans and fixtures, and painting.

 

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Based on 80 Square Feet

Bathroom Remodel

Average pricing is based on an average sized bathroom of approximately 80 sq ft.  Upgrades would include new tiling (floors and showers/tubs), new cabinets and vanities, new solid surface counter tops, and painting.  

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Based on 180 Square Feet

Kitchen Remodel

Average pricing is based on an average sized kitchen space of approximately 180 sq ft. Upgrades would include tile flooring, back splash, updated lighting fixtures, and painting.  

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Based on Approx 100 square feet

Bath Addition

Pricing is based on an average sized bathroom addition approximately 100 sq ft.  Addition pricing varies mainly because of quality of "allowance" items such as cabinets, vanities, fixtures, shower types, and tiling.  As for all addition types, foundation and condition of current structure impacts pricing heavily.

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Based on Approx 220 square feet

four season room addition

Pricing is based on an average sized family room/four season room addition approximately 220 sq ft.  Addition pricing varies mainly because of quality of "allowance" items such as, fixtures, window types, and superior products. As for all addition types, foundation and condition of current structure impacts pricing heavily.

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Based on Approx 220 square feet

enclosed porch addition

Pricing is based on an average sized enclosed porch addition approximately 220 sq ft.  Addition pricing varies mainly because of quality of "allowance" items such as outside electrical fixtures and plugs, screening types, and superior products such as tongue and groove flooring or vaulted ceilings. As for all addition types, foundation and condition of current structure may impact pricing.

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Matt Scroggs