The average bathroom remodeling cost in San Diego County, Ca. is approximately $8,000-$20,000, depending on the scope of work and size of the job.

Smaller bathrooms will be on the low end and can increase to $30,000 or more for a large master bathroom with a high-end shower, tub, tile, and fixtures.

Jobs that only require a few changes like adding a prefabricated vanity, some fixtures, changing the layout, plumbing, electrical, or other minor changes will cost much less than a full remodel.

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You must understand that the overall price will also depend on whether you use a California licensed contractor, what you need to do, and the type of material you want to install.

For example, the cost may vary because you may only want to do a partial remodel of your shower with new tile and install new cabinets, or you may choose to keep your tile floor or your bathtub and shower the way it is and only remodel your cabinets, floor and get a new paint job.

Things that can increase the average price are if you plan to change the layout and change your shower or your sink. This will require some reframing work and also relocating the plumbing.

Sometimes your plumbing may require upgrading unbeknownst to you since it has been so long since the original piping was installed, which adds to the price of labor and materials.

The time to make these upgrades would be during the remodel because the last thing you would want is to have a new bathroom with old pipes that may burst and cause water damage.

These fees are distributed among the various job components such as the type of shower, tub, cabinets, flooring, sinks, different fixtures, etc.
Breaking down the various costs associated with a bathroom remodel will help you get a good idea of what the total price tag may be and ways that you can save money. Things that may change the cost are whether if it is a single-story, on the second floor of a home, or in a condominium.

If you have any questions or want a free quote, please call us at (855) 506-4300.


The price of your shower will depend on if you go with a fiberglass install or tile and can range from $2,500 on the low end for fiberglass to $12,000 on the high end for a tile shower.


Replacing your bathtub will be approximately $750-$7,000, with most homeowners spending around $3,500 depending on the type of tub and modifications needed.


New cabinets cost about $1,800–$7,900, with most homeowners spending around $4,500. Pricing will vary based on the lower-cost option of a pre-fabricated vanity or a custom cabinet or high-end install, style, size, and the number of cabinets you want to install.


A custom vanity will need a custom countertop that will be fabricated from a slab of granite, marble, quartz, etc., which will cost significantly more than a pre-fab vanity with a countertop. Custom countertops are approximately $1,900–$5,000, with most homeowners spending around $2,500 depending on the style, materials, and size.


Flooring for a bathroom will vary depending on the floor’s size, the tile you choose, or if you opt to use vinyl. The average price for tiles and installation is $1,000-$2,500 or more.


Toilets can range from $100 to $3,000 on the high-end with all the bells and whistles. The average cost for installation is about $300-$400, but it can cost more or less than that, depending on the type of toilet you choose.


Plumbing fixture costs will depend on the quality, design, and brand you choose and if you need two faucets, one or more showerheads, sinks, etc. The average cost is typically around $1,500-$3,000 or more.


Lighting typically costs about $250–$1,000, with most homeowners spending around $600. Pricing will depend on the number of lights and the style you want to install.


To remodel your new bathroom, we will have to remove much of your old bathroom in a process called demolition. This will cost anywhere from $950-$1,800. In addition, repairing any unforeseen damages underneath, such as water damage, mold, and or dry rot, can increase the price by $1,000-$5,000+, depending on the amount of work to be done and new framing that may be required. You can also save money by doing this demo work yourself.

If you have any questions or would like a free estimate, please call us at (855) 506-4300.


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