Cost for bathroom renovation?

Question Icon
Posted by: from Port Moody
3/26/2015 at 5:58:27 PM

How much would something like this cost? It looks like my bathroom, probably the same size.

- we need to change the tub, toilet and the floor as well; the floor area outside the tub is 25 sq feet

- there is small window over the tub

Looking for cost for now.

User Icon
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 8:26:34 PM


The average cost for a bathroom renovation is approximately $5000. Of course the cost varies depending on the degree of difficulty and the quality of materian involved. It also depends on any changes to plumbing and/or electrical work that may be involved.

I hope this will give you a "ball park" figure from which to budget.



User Icon
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 8:41:39 PM

It would cost you between $5000 to $7000

Depending on you choice of products.

Also remember a bathroom fan is a nessesity.

To avoid future mold.


User Icon
Brian from Next Restoration in Rockwood
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 9:03:01 PM

Mike and Mark are both on the money yes between $5,000 and $7000. normal renovation nothing high end.

Good luck

User Icon
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 9:17:20 PM

There are so many details to doing a bathroom renovation, that the question is better posed to a local contractor. They will be able to determine much more accurately your true cost, and a possible contract price instead of "Oh, around $7,000.00". Your contractor will see what they must do to create your perfect and ideal bathroom. There are costs to demolition, possible placement of new electrical fixtures and GFI receptacles, etc., etc...Get on the phone or your computer and call a few good men!

Good wishes for a quality renovation,

Paul A.

User Icon
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 10:08:11 PM

Hi Stania,

A cost for a complete bathroom renovation would be approx $12000, this is based on replacing everything.


Paul McGeehan

Bathroom Design Build Ltd

User Icon
Date/Time3/26/2015 at 10:32:57 PM

Hi Stania,

I have provided you a link, this shows national averages on any remodeling project.

The national average is $ 7,900.00 for a typical bathroom renovation. Copy and paste link.


But, most importantly is finding a contractor you are comfortable with and can trust to do a good job.

To me, a couple hundred dollars on a $ 7,900.00 bathroom reno isn't a loss when your gut instincts tell you this is the right contractor. Estimates are free or you have the wrong contractor. So, reach out to few and get some opinions, you should get at least three estimates.


Wayne Balliet

Project Manager

Builtru Construction

User Icon
Date/Time3/27/2015 at 1:10:18 PM

About $7000 average for average bathroom size and materials!

User Icon
Date/Time4/12/2015 at 3:10:51 PM

I can't believe the responses for this post, A complete bathroom renovation for $7,900.00....not in your wildest dreams in the G.T.A.. The one guy even put $5,000.00 for a complete renovation. No wonder customers get taken from the want-a-be contractors. I've been in this business for over 30 years and worked for some of the biggest companies in this business. A bathroom like the one in the picture starts at $10,000.00 for a complete renovation. And if you want blue wood and Schluter water proofing around the tub you will be $15,000.00 to $20,000.00

You people that are answering questions for customers should really know what you are talking about before you answer. I mean really think about it, a complete bathroom for $7,900.00 what kind of workman ship and quality are you providing. My guess is not much.

User Icon
Date/Time4/28/2015 at 7:51:52 PM

It would cost you about $5500 for this washroom.

Search the TrustedPros directory and discover the best contractors in your area.

Find your home service pro
Great renovations start with a great contractor.

Since 2004, TrustedPros has been helping homeowners find the right contractor for their home improvements and repairs.

Post Your Project

Within hours you'll be comparing offers from top-rated professionals. It's free to post and you're under no obligation to hire.

Trustedpros Inc. does not warrant the accuracy, completeness, safety, legality or usefulness of any Content, or Whether Content is Current and up-to-date, and TrustedPros Inc. Shall have no liability whatsoever with respect to your use or reliance upon any content or for content being removed or otherwise ceasing to be available. Please refer to the terms and conditions of use of this websites for more details.

Get quotes from top-rated contractors