If you’re planning on revamping your bathroom or creating a new one, it’s handy to know how long it’s going to take. That way you can organise your bathroom project and get it done by any deadlines.
Bathroom projects can vary so much that it’s hard to tell how long they’ll take. But to give you a vague idea, we’ve come up with a typical timeline.
How long will a bathroom project take?
Research: 1 week
Before you rush headlong into a project it’s important to do some careful research. Put a good amount of time and effort into finding multiple bathroom professionals in your area and asking them for quotes.
Once you’ve got several quotes, compare them and check to see if the professionals you’ve found have any online ratings or reviews. This will help you find a reliable bathroom pro at a competitive price.
Installation: 1 hour – 6 days
Once you’ve found a bathroom installer and they’re ready to start work, your project could get done fairly quickly. If you’re replacing all or part of an existing bathroom, this will need removing. After that, your professional can start fitting your new products.
The time your bathroom project will take at the installation stage largely depends on how many products need fitting. Basins and toilets generally take 1-3 hours to install. Baths and showers tend to take 2 hours at least, often longer if they involve electrical work. Tiling work can take 1-5 days, depending on the size of your bathroom.
Total time: Up to approx. 2 weeks
So your bathroom project will probably take between 1-2 weeks. If you’re just getting a new wash basin or toilet it’ll get done fairly quickly, but completely revamping a large bathroom will definitely take closer to 2 weeks.
Make sure you allow extra time to account for your professional’s availability and if you need any products specially made or delivered.
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