How Much Does Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Cost?

The cost for a new kitchen or bathroom remodel will be determined by the brands or materials you select, the size of the project, where you live in the country and the layout of the new design.

For kitchens, pricing can start at $10,000 if you are replacing cabinets and counter tops.  The price can easily go up if you are replacing appliances, the configuration of appliances and plumbing, flooring etc.  Maintaining a good kitchen work triangle is important when designing the layout of the new kitchen remodel.  On average, a kitchen will cost from $15,000 – $26,000, including design, products and installation.  I have clients in San Antonio whose appliance budget was $30,000, so you can see how it all depends on your budget and taste.

Bathroom remodeling prices generally average between $6,500 and $20,000 when you’re replacing everything. Again, the cost can be lower or considerably higher depending on what you’re looking for.  If you are changing the configuration of the plumbing the price will increase pretty fast.  Again, it will depend of brand of fixtures, type of tile, counter tops, cabinets, etc.  You can spend several thousand dollars on a spa tub or stand up shower, so it will depend on the things you choose for the bathroom renovation.


Another thing to consider when evaluating a new kitchen or bathroom remodel is  workmanship. In the remodeling and construction business, you tend to get what you pay for. A reputable remodeling company with an expert installation crew may cost more,  but the value of this alone is priceless.  You will appreciate it even more when you get compliments from friends and family.”  Danny Garcia, owner of Rhino Design Build, LLC in San Antonio, Texas.

Rhino Design Build, LLC
3510 N St Marys Street San AntonioTX78212 USA 
 • 210-413-8789
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