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This Is About How Long Most People Will Have Contractors Creating Their Stunning New Bathroom
People usually feel better when they know how long a home improvement project’s going to take. It makes it easier to plan for the best time to do it!
In this post, you can find out a usual bathroom remodel timeline. You can also discover the main reasons it can change.
The usual bathroom remodel timeline is between one and two months, but some contractors can do it faster. This includes everything from designing your bathroom to final touchups. Your timeline mainly depends on the number of fixtures you want to remodel, bathroom size, job complexity, bathroom age, and if we find any damages.
Space preparation, demolition, and rough work (rough electrical and plumbing, minor framing if needed). Then inspections, which is the slowest phase of the project. Your contractor will have to wait for official inspectors to come in and approve their work.
Drywall installation, backer board installation (it’s like drywall but for showers), and leveling for the walls. We will also start prepping for tile installation.
Tile installation, drywall finishes, and priming for painting. Your contractor may recommend measuring for custom glass shower doors if it’s part of your bathroom remodel design.
*custom tiling can further add to the timeline
Final plumbing and electrical work. This week also involves installing fixtures, lights, countertops, vanities, doing trim work, finishing components, and doing any finishing touches. It’s best to have mirrors and accessories ready so your contractor can do them all at once. Painting depends on when your project closes up and any previous additional work and final inspections.
Install glass doors* and leave you to enjoy your amazing new bathroom!
*dependent on manufacturing lead time