Reimagine and Remodel Your Bathroom

Bathrooms are essential spaces in our homes. We like them to be easily accessible when we need them, but we also want them to be visually appealing. In addition to rooms like the living room and kitchen, a bathroom is one of the rooms most likely to be used by your guests. A visually appealing bathroom with premium features will impress your guests and make them feel comfortable.

A bathroom can also be an escape. Your bathroom should have all the features to provide you with a spa-like, pampering experience in your own home. Steam or jetted over-sized showers, large soaking tubs, heated tile floors, streamlined storage, and modern amenities can make the beginning or end of your day a luxurious experience. Imagine if you had more space, more storage, and more beauty!

Want some inspiration for your bathroom renovation? Check out some of our past bathroom remodels on our inspirations page here.

Common Mistakes to Avoid During a Bathroom Remodel.

Here are some common mistakes to avoid during a bathroom remodel:

  • Not having a clear plan and budget before starting the project.
  • Ignoring proper ventilation and lighting in the bathroom.
  • Choosing trendy or inexpensive materials over quality and functionality.
  • Forgetting to account for storage needs in the design.
  • Overcrowding the space with too many fixtures or accessories.
  • Not hiring a licensed and experienced contractor for the job.
  • Neglecting to consider the overall style and aesthetic of the home.

How to Kick-Start Your Bathroom Remodeling Project

These questions—among many others—should be asked and answered before starting your Washington bathroom remodeling project. Download our free Snohomish County Home Remodeling Cost Guide to discover the cost of a kitchen remodel in Snohomish County, WA.

VanderBeken Remodel is currently taking bathroom remodeling projects in Edmonds, North Everett, Marysville, Mill Creek, and Snohomish, WA. 

Before & After project spotlight_Primary Bathroom, Lake Stevens 2022

What are the Costs of a Bathroom Remodel?

While there are significant price point differences between a primary bathroom and a guest bathroom, rest assured that if a bathroom remodel is tackled properly, homeowners can generally recoup at least 50% of the cost put into the project. The biggest factors to increase the value include updating worn-out items, modernizing fixtures, and creating a more functional space.

Costs Associated with a Snohomish County Bathroom Remodeling Project 

Due to the plumbing complexities, a bathroom remodel can be a significant investment, and the cost can vary depending on several factors such as the size of the bathroom, the materials used, and the extent of the renovation. H

Here are some factors that might affect the cost of your bathroom remodel:

  • The size of your bathroom: A larger bathroom will require more materials and labor, which can increase the cost of your renovation.
  • The extent of the renovation: If you are only making minor updates such as replacing fixtures, the cost will be lower than if you are doing a complete overhaul of the bathroom.
  • The materials used: luxury plumbing fixtures made by Grohe, House of Rohl®, and Brizo are more expensive than quality alternatives made by Kohler, Moen, Delta and Toto.
  • Labor costs: The cost of labor can vary depending on your location and the complexity of the renovation.

Download our free Remodeling Cost Guide to learn more about the costs and considerations of remodeling a Snohomish County:

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Download Our Home Remodeling Cost Guide for Snohomish County

To learn more about the costs associated with a bathroom remodel, download our free Home Remodeling Cost Guide.


A Design/Build Remodeler that Walks With You Every Step of the Way

It is easy to quickly get overwhelmed by the limitless choices of a bathroom remodel. After all, you must choose countertops, cabinets, flooring, plumbing fixtures, finishes, paint, and more.

But don’t lose heart, we have GOOD NEWS for you: VanderBeken Remodel is a design-build firm! This means we walk with you step-by-step to create the bathroom of your dreams (and budget). In doing so, we provide the much-needed clarity and expertise you desire every step of the way.

Working with a design/build remodeler for a bathroom remodel can provide several benefits, including a streamlined process, a single point of contact, and a cohesive design. With a design/build remodeler, you'll have a team of professionals who can handle everything from the initial design concept to the final construction, ensuring that your project stays on track and on budget. Additionally, a design/build remodeler can help you achieve a cohesive design that integrates all aspects of your remodel, from the layout and materials to the fixtures and finishes, resulting in a beautiful and functional bathroom that meets your needs and exceeds your expectations.

More GOOD NEWS for you (and what sets VanderBeken Remodel apart from other remodelers), is that we work within a fixed-investment model. This means you can sit back and relax, because what you agree to in the beginning is what it will cost in the end.

Bonus: You get the kitchen of your dreams with less stress!

When Remodeling Your Bathroom VanderBeken Remodel Provides

  • A clear understanding of the client’s goals for the project
  • A guaranteed fixed investment price (baring any client requested change orders)
  • Constant communication throughout the duration of the project
  • Client satisfaction and approval at project completion
  • A 90 day walk through and another walk through at 12 months
  • Two-year warranty on workmanship
Quartz countertop, Lake Stevens, 2022

Learn More About Remodeling Through Curated Life & Home

There are many many topics relevant to remodels: cost, material, design, just to name a few. Learn more about what to expect and what you must be aware of when it comes to bathroom remodels on Curated Life & Home. Click a button below to explore some of our most popular articles. 

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