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Martin K

Hobart City CBD TAS

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"Martin did an excellent job. Neat work, arrived on time and was great in his communication."

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What does a bathroom renovation include?

Experienced handymen, plumbers, and builders can help with small cosmetic changes to your bathroom. They’ll replace showerheads, taps, fit a shower screen door, or even plumb your toilet. But if you’re looking for a complete bathroom overhaul, you need a bathroom renovation specialist. Here’s what you can expect when working with bathroom renovation contractors and tradies:

Step 1. Quote and planning

Your bathroom renovator will normally need to visit your property to create an accurate quote. They’ll base their costings on the size of your bathroom, how long the project will take (usually 13-25 days for a whole bathroom renovation), and materials needed. You’re responsible for choosing and ordering any new fixtures and fittings - bath, toilet, units, tiles, etc. These should be paid for and delivered before the building start date. Your contractor will sent through the quote and draw up a blueprint for all tradespeople to work from, to ensure the project is kept on track.

Step 2. Demolishing your old bathroom

Builders and demolition professionals will strip out your old bathroom and knock through any walls. They’ll remove fixtures and either bin them, put them into storage, or cover them up so they’re protected during building work.

Step 3. Prep for new bathroom

Next, your plumber and electrician will carry out a rough-in fit. This means putting plumbing and electrical wiring in place without connecting it. Next, your carpenter, plasterer, and tiler will build or prepare your walls and floor for decorating. This can take 2-5 days depending on the size of your bathroom and drying time needed for plastering, rendering, and your undercoat of paint.   

Step 4. Adding your new fixtures

Here you’ll really see your new bathroom come to life. First, your tiler will lay tiles and your painter will paint the walls. Once these are dry, your new bathroom furniture can be moved in. Your plumber and electrician now complete any connections. Your contractors will apply waterproofing and sealant around sinks, showers, and bathtubs. Finally, glass fixtures, like mirrors or shower doors, are installed.

Step 5. Final inspection and clean

With everything installed and dry, your bathroom renovator will carry out a final inspection. They’ll clear away and dispose of any bits leftover by the tradies. Your contractor might complete a basic clean, but you might also want to book a renovation cleaning service so your new bathroom is absolutely spick and span.

Recent Bathroom Renovation tasks in Hobart

Need handyman bathroom renovator for shower

$500

Hobart TAS, Australia

4th Jul 2021

Need someone to fit shower tray with slant into floor and fit cupboards in new bathroom

Good job and nice polite person

Bathroom Reno Tasmania

$999

Blackmans Bay TAS 7052, Australia

7th Nov 2016

Hi, Just looking for someone local (Blackmans Bay, Tasmania) to help with a small Reno project to revamp a small bathroom. Cheers Dan

Bathroom Renovation

$9,999

West Hobart TAS, Australia

26th Sep 2020

Bathroom Renovation 1. Toilet -back to wall 2. Shower Bay - (a) remove fan (b) walk in shower (c) sloping base (d) one glass wall (e) niche for shampoo, etc. (f) tiled walls to ceiling (g) large shower head plus hand held (h)( waterproofing 3. Fan/Heater - (a) remove existing model (b) replace with "Tastic" model 4. Vanity Unit - (a) keep existing one? (b) or New One 5. Flooring - new tiles 6. Metal trims for bath surrounds 7. Remove and put back (a) one light & one power switches (b) light above mirror (c) mirror (d) wall objects 8. Bath - (a) retain as is (b) tile over existing tiles around bath (c) remove tiles in corners near windows 9. Toilet area - tiles. 10. Remove two other toilet systems and replace with two back to wall models. ***Pricing unknown until site inspection is implemented.

Bathroom renovation

$35

Sandfly TAS 7150, Australia

11th Sep 2014

I have a bath that is sunk into the floor I need some one to help me remove the bath and fill in the floor area

I need bathroom renovation services

$5,000

Sandy Bay TAS 7005, Australia

15th Jul 2021

Adding an accessible shower to the existing bathroom. It will involve plumbing, attaching some kind of waterproof cladding (not tiling) to the walls, installing a shower screen, attaching a shelf, handrails and fold down seat.

Extractor fan/light in bathroom fix/replaced

$100

Glenorchy TAS, Australia

13th Feb 2020

Bathroom extractor fan, heat lamp and light has stopped working. Looking for repair/replacement if needed.