Bathroom Renovations

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Thinking about renovating your bathroom?

Bathroom renovations are such a great way to improve a much-used part of your home. After all no one likes having to use a dank, cold, clammy bathroom with cracked tiles, a toilet that barely works and broken taps. Bathroom renovations are something we specialise in, and there’s so many interesting ways of improving the look and utility of a bathroom.

Our bathroom renovation service includes everything that you need to tear up and replace the entire room. We can:

  • safely demolish your existing bathroom and remove all of the rubbish, including things like vanities, bathtubs and toilets;
  • lay new floor cement sheeting and re-plaster walls where required;
  • test and repair structural timber in the floor and walls;
  • waterproof your bathroom to Australian Standards;
  • apply floor and wall tiling;
  • paint walls and ceiling surfaces with mould-resistant paints;
  • fit new shower, toilets, vanities, mirrors, shelving and any other bathroom fixtures you may want;
  • and disconnection / reconnection or fitting off of any plumbing or electrical requirements.

Our renovation services include certified plumbing and electrical trades, and all staff that are approved for site works are qualified and experienced.

If you’re on a tight budget, we can also look at re-using things like your existing vanity or toilet if they’re still in good condition and you like them, and there are options to explore for lower cost fixtures. However one thing that we never compromise on is our workmanship quality. Maintaining this is important to us and our reputation.

If you would like to discuss more about the possibilities available for a bathroom renovation, please contact us today! Our team would love to have an obligation-free quote and inspection of your bathroom, so that we can help you work out the best way to renovate your space.

If you would like to learn more about what things you need to consider when doing a bathroom renovation, read our article about what you need to think about when renovating a bathroom!

Helpful Hint #245

Looking at magazines, websites, trade shows and programs about bathrooms and bathroom renovations can really help you put together a picture of what you want in your mind. What you need to do is find a way to communicate this picture to us! Sending photos or website links can really help with us visualise precisely what you're trying to achieve.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have an idea of your budget and how you want things to look. There’s a huge cost scale in terms of what you could end up spending, so the more of an idea you have coming in to this, the better. It’ll help us narrow down what you need. A good idea from both a look and cost perspective is to have a look at various product catalogues or look at what’s available in stores. While it might not tell you how much you’ll need to budget for your project since you don’t know what the labour component will entail, at least you’ll start to get an idea for the variances in cost from cheap/low quality fixings, to the really expensive ones. It’ll also tell you if the idea in your head is feasible, or if it’s actually an extremely expensive boutique look that you might not be able to afford. Our guide above on questions that you need to ask yourself before you start planning your renovation will assist you.

Definitely! If you already have materials and fixings that you’ve used in other parts of your house and you want everything to match, you can purchase these yourself and supply them to us for use. We can also help advise on where to buy things if you’re unsure. Just remember though, if you’re ordering your own components, parts, materials or fixtures that you don’t already own, the ordering time could be significant and may end up blowing out your completion date by a lot.

We’re happy to negotiate and work with you or your other tradespeople on a job if this is what you want to do. Just be aware that sometimes involving too many different people on a single project can sometimes cause problems. Having too many people can cause things like accidental damage, or miscommunications that result in scheduling conflicts between different trade processes that rely on one another. It just needs a little bit of management.