How Long Does It Take to Remodel a Small Bathroom?
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How Long Does It Take to Remodel a Small Bathroom?

Bathroom Remodel Have you grown tired of the way your small bathroom looks? Is it outdated, not meeting your needs, or not equipped with features that you want such as an updated shower or granite countertops? If so, you might be considering remodeling your small bathroom so that you can customize it to meet all of your needs. However, before undertaking such a project, one of the biggest concerns you probably have is the amount of time it will take for this type of project to be completed. Unfortunately, there is no standard time table for a small bathroom remodel because there are so many factors to consider, such as what parts of your bathroom you want to remodel and who you’re choosing to perform the job. To help you get a better understanding of how long your small bathroom remodel is going to take, ask yourself the following questions:

What Parts of My Bathroom Do I Want to Remodel?

It probably goes without saying, but the more parts of the bathroom you want to remodel, the longer the remodeling process will take. If you want to completely gut your bathroom and build a new one from the ground up, you’ll probably be looking at a minimum of nine weeks to complete the remodel. And that’s if you hire professionals and everything goes perfectly. However, another good option can be to just remodel the wet area (bathing area) of your bathroom. This simple project can usually be completed in just a few days, is much cheaper than a complete remodel, and can provide a boost to the overall aesthetics of your bathroom.

Am I Going to Complete the Job Myself or Hire a Pro?

Undoubtedly, the answer to this question will play the biggest role in determining how long it is going to take for your bathroom remodel to be completed. If you’re planning to complete the work yourself, you can expect the timeline of the project to go up exponentially because you’ll probably work at a much slower pace than a team of experienced professionals who do this for a living. Plus, if you make a mistake, you’ll need to take time to correct it, which could prove not only time-consuming but very costly as well. If you want your project done more quickly, you should hire a professional. That’s because a professional who does this kind of work for a living will be able to coordinate all of the different tradesmen needed for the job, including carpenters, plumbers, electricians, painters, and more to make the process run as smoothly as possible. What’s more, when you hire a professional, you can count on the work being done right and looking just like you planned it to.

Save Time & Money by Having the Experts at Bath Expo Remodel Your Bathing Area

If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, or Central Texas area and are considering remodeling your small bathroom, it’s time to turn to the professionals at Bath Expo. By remodeling just the bathing area of your bathroom, we can provide you with a gorgeous new place to bathe that will meet both your aesthetic preferences and functional needs, but at a fraction of the cost of a full bathroom remodel. Moreover, we can complete your project in just a day or two, minimizing the amount of time your bathroom will be under construction and allowing you to start enjoying your new tub or shower almost immediately. When you decide to work with us, you’ll be able to choose from the following bathroom upgrades:

To learn more about the bathing products we offer to homeowners throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Central Texas areas, contact Bath Expo today.