Professional Bathroom Renovation in North Vancouver BC

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at Vancouver renovate we offer professional bathroom renovations for Vancouver and surrounding areas in BC. We’ll work with you to understand your expectations before finalizing the bathroom renovation project.

Our experienced team will make sure that the final outcome is not only professional but meets or exceeds your expectations.

If you are at all dissatisfied with the design or functionality of your bathroom, just call Vancouver Renovate and we will have an estimate ready for you over the phone. 

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Full-service bathroom renovations in north vacnouver

With our full-service design, supply, and installation process, you can skip the headaches and cost increases of other contractors – we handle every detail of your bathroom reno project from start to finish.

With Vancouver Renovate, you’ll benefit from trusting a team capable of completing many bathroom renovation services, such as:

  • Floor and wall tiles installation
  • Cabinet, vanity, and sink installation
  • Light fixtures, granite countertop, faucets
  • Walls and ceiling renovation
  • Plumbing, electric wiring improvement

top quality Bathroom Renovation north vancouver

At Vancouver renovate, we only use the best equipment and tools as well as the best materials from top manufacturers. for that reason, we are one of the top bathroom renovation contractors in North Vancouver BC as well as the greater Vancouver area.

When renovating your bathroom with us, we will supply all materials and tools needed so you don’t need the headaches of browsing around and dealing with different suppliers. 

Our materials and supplies come form only top quality manufacturers at very reasonable prices. Being in the industry for many years,  we take great pride in our bathroom novation experts’ ability to do a great job every time.

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Professional bathroom design

Here at Vancouver Renovat, we work with you throughout all stages of your bathroom design projects. from bathroom measurements and creating the layout design to helping you select the necessary material within your budget range.

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we supply everything you need for your bathroom renovation project. from vanities to cabinets and countertops. Whether you want traditional, a luxury bathroom or just an update, we have many selections of bathroom products for you.

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No other contractor comes close to our degree of quality, service, in north vancouver. Vancouver renovate is a committed contractor in north vancouver BC, who will work until the bathroom of your dreams becomes a reality.

Frequently Asked Questions about Bathroom Renovation in Vancouver

Bathroom renovation can be both enjoyable and satisfying. On one hand, it gives you an opportunity to create a more beautiful and comfortable place to enjoy personal time and interaction with your loved ones, and on the other – bathroom renovation can allow you to upgrade your home’s resale value.

The benefits of bathroom makeovers are many:

  • Expanded Bathroom Functionality
    Bathroom renovations can help you take your space to the next level. A larger bathroom, for example, can make better use of space by adding additional storage. Or, a bathtub can be converted into a shower to expand the bathing space.

  • Modern Design

Bathroom renovations are an opportunity to upgrade your space to a more modern look and feel. The remodeling process can also give you a chance to incorporate some high-end features, such as heated floors, heated mirrors, and steam showers.

  • Increased Home Value
    A bathroom makeover can also add value to your home. A renovated bathroom can help buyers envision themselves living there, increasing the perceived value of their home.

  • Better Resale Value
    In addition to adding value, bathroom makeovers can increase your home’s resale value. A bathroom makeover may require some re-plumbing or perhaps some new plumbing or electrical wiring, but proper planning can turn those headaches into extra money.

  • Increased Comfort
    A bathroom makeover can also improve your home’s comfort. Modern features, such as a walk-in shower, can give your bathroom the pampering you deserve.

There are a number of different things that can be done to a bathroom, from changing the layout to adding more storage. Depending on what you would like to do with the bathroom, it might cost as little as $100 or as much as several thousand dollars.

When thinking about renovating your bathroom consider:

  • The size and age of your home

Older homes may not have the space for larger bathrooms and/or may not have up-to-date plumbing and wiring.

  • Your personal style

Bathrooms come in many different styles and sizes, so think about your likes and dislikes when deciding how to improve yours.

  • Budget

Once you know how much space you have and what you want to do with it, consider how much money you can spend on your renovations.

The costs associated with renovating a bathroom include:

  1. Architectural and design fees

    It is helpful to work with an architect or designer early in the design phase to make sure the final result will meet all of your needs.

  2. Permits and plans

    Some plans need to be submitted for approval before building commences. This may be required by law depending on where you live as well as by your home insurance provider if renovations exceed a certain threshold. The cost of these permits and/or drawings may vary depending on local requirements and who provides them.

  3. Construction materials

    There can be a wide variation in costs for different types of renovation specially in the vancouver area. For example, resilient flooring such as vinyl or laminate can cost $1/sf while marble can cost $15/sf and solid granite may run as much as $40/sf.

  4. Fixtures

    Faucets, tiles, bathtubs and toilets all vary widely in price depending on the material used and manufacturer you choose.

  5. Lighting

    When adding lighting to a bathroom it is best to work with an electrician who can advise you of your options based on local codes and wiring availability.

    Electrical contractors generally charge by the hour for their services, so expect to pay from $65-$85 per hour in Vancouver plus any additional materials needed for your project.

You may find yourself in a catch-22 when it comes to the question of whether or not to tear down and start fresh or give your bathroom some much-needed love with a comprehensive makeover. There are pros and cons, but which choice is the most cost-effective in the long run?

A complete teardown is often the most sensible choice in the following scenarios:

  1. Your bathroom has decorative elements that date back to previous decades and no longer match up with your taste or needs.
  2. Your bathroom has suffered significant water damage and you want a fresh start and new functionality.

By starting from scratch, you have the opportunity to address any problems with the room’s structure or systems. It also gives you the chance to swap outdated fixtures and design a bathroom that perfectly suits your tastes and needs.

What if you just want to renovate your bathroom?

While this choice doesn’t give you the benefit of a brand new bathroom, it does offer an affordable alternative for sprucing up your existing one. With some minor fixes and updates, you can instantly renovate your space while keeping its character intact.

This is the least expensive choice, but it doesn’t do much to increase your home’s overall value. Also, there are some drawbacks when you choose this option:

  1. You may need to give up storage space if you stay in the same footprint.
  2. There’s an increased risk of damage with any type of renovation project.
  3. There’s also the possibility that, due to previous damage, you’ll need to invest in new plumbing and/or fixtures.

It’s easy to come up with a ball-park estimate renovation time if you are working with a competent contractor. On average, small bathroom renovations can be completed in about 20-30 days under the right circumstances; assuming work proceeds without any downtime or problems and lasts until completion (which might happen sooner).

In reality, though, it could easily end up taking double that time due to some uncounted-for issues like old plumbing, broken pipes, or electrical delays.

It really depends on the plan/design of the new bathroom. Some plans need to be submitted for approval before the building commences. This may be required by law depending on where you live as well as by your home insurance provider if renovations exceed a certain threshold. The cost of these permits and/or drawings may vary depending on local requirements and who provides them. please contact us for further details.

For those people who live in tightly packed city lots, condos or apartments, being able to make the most of a smaller space is a desirable goal. Here are a few tips for making a small bathroom look bigger using colour and lighting to increase illusion size:

  • Use lighter colours on the walls, which makes them appear farther away from your field of vision. Darker shades can have the opposite effect and may close in an already small room.

 

  • While pastels are often considered light colours, it is better to stick with brighter hues for bathrooms since they feel more refreshing and invite relaxation after a tiring day. These include white, off-white or very pale yellows, greens or blues. Avoid using darker shades of these colours though as they can make the space seem even smaller.

 

  • Light blues and lavenders can make a very small bathroom look bigger since they’re cool colours that relax the mind. They create the illusion of distance and usually feel more expansive than darker colours like dark blue or purple. Such hues are best on upper walls that face outward, where it is possible to see them from outside through your windows.

 

  • Darker blues and purples, on the other hand, can make a small room feel closed in and even smaller than it is. When used as an accent wall or as part of painted furniture like cabinets or cupboards these colours create strong focal points that may draw attention away from the actual size of the bathroom.