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Tips to Bathroom Remodelling for Max ROI

Home remodelling can come at a price – especially a price that you may not get back out of it when you go to sell you home. Adding or updating existing bathrooms can add value and increase your ROI, if you do it right. With CCG’s knowledgeable and experienced general contractor working with you, alongside a skilled interior designer, we can accurately assess your space to determine what’s possible, what’s best, and what fits your budget. Whether you want to remodel the master bath or update the smaller bathrooms in your home, CCG offers handy ideas for every room.

According to Remodeling Magazine’s Cost vs. Value 2019 Report, the national average for cost recouped on a mid-range bathroom addition is 60.6%; the ROI is 58.1% on an upscale bathroom addition, 67.2% on a mid-range bathroom remodel, and 60.2% on an upscale bathroom remodel. Breaking it down further for Indianapolis homeowners, the report indicates the best bet for recouping your investment is a mid-range bathroom remodel at 64.4%.

Flooring

Upgrading your flooring is one of the easiest ways to dramatically update your bathroom. The average cost of bathroom flooring is $2.50 per square foot on the low end and tops out at about $4.00 per square foot on the high end (before labor costs). This plus a little paint can make a dramatic improvement on your bathroom’s overall appearance and feel.

Tub & Shower

This is where remodeling can be fun – especially if you are leaning into some more modern trends. We are commonly seeing more people rip out old tubs to replace them with a larger walk-in shower. Sometimes this still leaves room for a soaking tub as well, by remodelling to maximize shower space. Walk-in showers are luxurious and more attractive, making your bathroom experience day in and day out a daily treat.

Vanity

Upgrading your vanity can add storage, counter space, and update the aesthetic of your bathroom. From the finish to the fixtures, each piece can truly polish the look of your bathroom. Most bathroom remodels trend towards vanities that hit a comfortable height and have granite countertops, so that is something to think about if changing up your vanity is something you’re thinking about. 

Paint

This might be the easiest and simplest suggestion of them all, but a fresh coat of paint can truly make all the difference in the feel of your bathroom. Crisp, lighter colors make the room feel larger and cleaner – something that everyone wants their bathroom to feel like. Picking out the right color – especially alongside any other changes you make – will put the perfect finishing touches on a bathroom remodel.

Whether you choose to update one piece or all of your bathroom, we are here to help. If you think this is something you interested in, please reach out to us for a free consultation.

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