How much would something like this cost?

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Posted by: from Paris
1/27/2022 at 8:01:28 AM

I found this picture on TrustedPros and may be interested in a similar project but would first like to know what the estimated cost would be.

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Date/Time1/27/2022 at 12:04:56 PM

Are you just looking to do the tub or are you doing sink,tub, and toilet?

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Vasileios from Alexiou Construction in Toronto
Date/Time1/27/2022 at 12:13:08 PM

Hello what exactly are you looking to do this pickture is just something that I can't be based on it to give you the right estimate do you need demolition old bathroom and rebuild new bathroom ?

alexiou construction

My name is vasileios

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Bhupinder in Paris
Date/Time1/27/2022 at 1:12:04 PM

@Nichiolas... The whole thing as it looks. From top to bottom.

@Vasileios... This would be in a finished open area but with no prior bathroom. The drain would need to be extended and brought to this location from 10-12 ft away. This would next to the Furnace room so the plumbing would just be right next to it to pull from.

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Date/Time1/27/2022 at 2:12:38 PM

H R Renovations Calgary,

estimated cost 6000$

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Date/Time1/27/2022 at 6:34:31 PM

I'd say around 3,000.00-3,500.00 for the whole thing

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Date/Time2/1/2022 at 11:42:32 AM

If a gut and re-do my price would be $4,000-$5,00 labor + the materials @ cost

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Date/Time3/12/2022 at 9:34:52 AM

Hi Bhupinder.

To build a bathroom where non existed is expensive. Even doing an existing bathroom renovation is costly. Some of the costs involved in new build-you have to frame/insulate the walls, install drywall/finish, install a door & trim, install a fan vented to the outside, waterproof the shower area, run electrical & plumbing. For the plumbing-since this is a basement bathroom you most likely have to break up the concrete floor for the drain work to be installed properly. That alone could be a couple of thousand $. Then you have to supply the fixtures, vanity, toilet, & if walk-in shower you need glass doors. With just a tub as in the picture it is not very practical for everyday use. This bathroom would easily be 15K and up. Plus if you are in Paris, On add travel time to get a good contractor or any contractor out to your location. Some won't even take a job where they have to travel 90 minutes on way. I do find the look of the bathroom dark and small. It's not what I would design. That niche in the worst location I have ever seen.

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