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Written By Max Peterson|Last Updated: May 18, 2024

As your family grows, what you need from your bathroom will change. Whether you're focusing on form, function, or both, a Huntington Beach bathroom remodeler can help create a comfortable space for you and your loved ones to unwind and enjoy the daily routine.

See our top picks for bathroom contractors in metro Huntington Beach and surrounding areas.

Top Bathroom Remodeling Services in Huntington Beach, CA

Forever Builders Inc. Logo

Forever Builders

4.7/5
Based on 15 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CountertopsHome AdditionsWhole HouseDesign ServicesCabinetsAduGeneral RemodelingBathroomsKitchens

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Free quote
  • Clear pricing policy
3090 Bristol St Ste 40, Costa Mesa, CA 833-965-2700 myforeverbuilders.com
Laguna Bay Developing INC Logo

Laguna Bay Developing

4.7/5
Based on 33 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Exterior RenovationsCabinetsKitchensDesign ServicesDecksCountertopsGeneral RemodelingBathrooms

Highlights

  • Accessible customer support team
  • Prompt service delivery
  • Free quote
4540 Campus Dr #118, Newport Beach, CA 949-373-3020 lagunabaydeveloping.com
NuFinishPro of Newport Beach Logo

NuFinishPro of Newport Beach

4.7/5
Based on 38 customer reviews.

Services Offered

General RemodelingBathroomsKitchensCountertopsAccessibility

Highlights

  • Clear pricing policy
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Informative resources
5000 Birch St, Newport Beach, CA 949-522-5805 nufinishpro.com
HQ Remodeling & Design Inc Logo

HQ Remodeling & Design

4.7/5
Based on 40 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CabinetsPoolsKitchensPatiosDesign ServicesBathroomsAduCountertopsWhole HouseGeneral RemodelingHome AdditionsExterior RenovationsDecksLiving Rooms

Highlights

  • Accessible customer support team
  • Clear pricing policy
  • Prompt service delivery
9114 Adams Ave #574, Huntington Beach, CA 657-255-8602 hqremodeling.com

More Local Bathroom Remodelers

OC Builders Group - Home Remodeling Contractors

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

600 W Santa Ana Blvd ste 114-499
Santa Ana, CA 92701

MODE Renovation

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

17951 Sky Park Cir
Irvine, CA 92614

Guilin Cabinets

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

1924 Barranca Pkwy
Irvine, CA 92606

Miller & Sons Construction Group

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

17595 Harvard Ave #282
Irvine, CA 92614

Burgin Design Remodel

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

1701 E Edinger Ave B1
Santa Ana, CA 92705

THE ORIGINAL CABINET EXPERTS

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

1815 E Wilshire Ave #902
Santa Ana, CA 92705

Elite Kitchen & Bathroom Inc

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

17801 Main St Unit E
Irvine, CA 92614

Surplus Construction

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

1300 W Ricky Ln
Anaheim, CA 92802

OC Construction & Consulting, Inc

User Reviews: 4.3/5 

185 Paularino Ave
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Facts about Huntington Beach
Median Age:42.0 years
# of Construction Companies:1053
Cost to Eat at Every Restaurant:$13,032
Average Wage for Remodelers:$30/hr
Average Plumbing Cost:$117 - $391
Average Water Bill:$73

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This Old House empowers homeowners with the knowledge and tools they need to tackle various projects and navigate the complexities of homeownership.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Bathroom Remodeling Contractor

A strong pre-hiring process can assist in steering clear of dishonest companies or designers who don't share your vision. Apply the steps in this section to help you make your company choice.

Industry Credentials

Ask each company about the number of years it's been in business and how many projects it's accomplished. You should also find out what trade group memberships the team has. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is just one organization offering continuing education programs and certificates for remodeling professionals.

Licensure and Insurance

In California, bathroom remodelers need a B-2 Residential Remodeling Contractor license from the California Department of Consumer Affairs. This license covers a variety of different remodeling needs, but it doesn't let contractors modify load-bearing structures. Depending on your needs, a company might need to subcontract some tasks to other crews with different licenses.

Photos

Ask for photos of previous bathroom remodels the team has completed for other homeowners. Looking at these images lets you confirm the company's experience and closely evaluate the quality of their work. It might also prompt ideas or questions about what upgrades and enhancements the crew could incorporate in your project.

Consultation and Estimate

You should always seek an itemized estimate for your project costs. The estimate should be based on an in-person consultation with a company representative. This way, the team can view your bathroom and get a sense of your goals, expectations, and vision. Pricing and services will vary from remodeler to remodeler, so we recommend getting three different itemized quotes for the most effective comparison.

Customer Reviews

Before signing any contracts, always research a bathroom remodeling company's reputation using the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website, Trustpilot, and Google. Most contractors have both positive and negative reviews. While examining each one, note how the contractor responds to dissatisfied customers. A company of character will always aim to make things right.

How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?

Some more complex projects, like installing tankless water heaters or rewiring electrical systems, require subcontracting in many jurisdictions and will increase your overall cost. See standard remodel costs for different projects in the table below:

Type of Bathroom RemodelAverage CostAverage Time
Half-bath remodel$2,000-$5,0005–7 days
Full bath remodel$6,000-$15,00010–14 days
Primary bath remodel$10,000-$30,00015–25 days
Wet room installation$11,000-$18,00010–30 days
Luxury bath remodel$50,000+15–30 days

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bathroom Remodeling in Huntington Beach

What's the difference between a bathroom remodel and a bathroom renovation?

A bathroom remodel is more labor-intensive than a renovation. A remodel involves replacing, adding, or removing aspects of the bathroom, whereas a renovation involves making cosmetic tweaks to existing fixtures. For example, installing a new shower is considered a remodel. Refinishing a floor is considered a renovation.

How long does a bathroom remodel take?

It can take a few days to a month to redo a bathroom, depending on project scope. Before work begins, ask your remodeling company for a written estimated timeline.

What environmentally-friendly options can I consider for my bathroom remodel?

A number of eco-friendly options are available for you to consider. Talk with your contractor about the following upgrades:
  • low or no-VOC paint
  • greywater systems to filter and reclaim water
  • LED lights to cut power consumption
  • eco-friendly floors like cork or bamboo
  • products made from recycled wood or plastic
  • and dual-flush toilets and low-flow faucets to reduce water use

If I have a small bathroom, how can I maximize my space and make it feel larger?

If you have a small bathroom, consider using vertical wall cabinets or tall, narrow shelves for storage. Other ways to maximize space or make your bathroom feel larger include:
  • pedestal sinks or wall-mounted faucets
  • corner showers instead of tubs
  • small-scale tile patterns
  • glass shower doors
  • and a large mirror above the sink/vanity

Do I have to leave my home during the remodeling process?

You can usually stay in your home during a bathroom remodel. However, you'll need to use a different bathroom while the work is in progress. If you have mobility issues, are caring for young kids, work from home, or if the bathroom is your only place to bathe or shower, plan ahead with friends and family before work begins.

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