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

La Mirada is full of beautiful old homes, many of which were built around 1960. Whether you want to restore your bathroom's historic charm or play with more modern designs, a local bathroom remodeler can help you craft an ideal space.

Looking for the best bathroom contractors in La Mirada? Check out our top recommendations.

Top Bathroom Remodeling Services in La Mirada, CA

Tech Master Construction Inc Logo

Tech Master Construction

4.7/5
Based on 42 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsGeneral RemodelingHome AdditionsKitchensAdu

Highlights

  • Free quote
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Clear pricing policy
20106 Pioneer Blvd Unit F, Cerritos, CA 562-786-2949 techmasterconstruction.com
Modern Renovations Logo

Modern Renovations

4.7/5
Based on 39 customer reviews.

Services Offered

General RemodelingDesign ServicesCountertopsBathroomsKitchensExterior RenovationsWhole HouseCabinetsAdu

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Clear pricing policy
  • Accessible customer support team
765 S State College Blvd # A, Fullerton, CA 714-408-4800 modernrenovations.com
Reborn Cabinets Inc. Logo

Reborn Cabinets

4.7/5
Based on 935 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CabinetsBathroomsKitchensWhole HouseDesign ServicesGeneral RemodelingAccessibility

Highlights

  • Accessible customer support team
  • Free quote
  • Prompt service delivery
2981 E La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA 714-613-4571 reborncabinets.com
ALEX LA CONSTRUCTION Logo

ALEX LA CONSTRUCTION

4.6/5
Based on 25 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Exterior RenovationsDesign ServicesKitchensGeneral RemodelingBathrooms

Highlights

  • Clear pricing policy
  • Informative resources
  • Prompt service delivery
2315 Los Padres Dr, Rowland Heights, CA 909-745-9000 alexlaconstruction.com

More Local Bathroom Remodelers

Horizon Construction & Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

614 Euclid St
Fullerton, CA 92832

Expert Home Builders

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

5800 S Eastern Ave Suite 500
Commerce, CA 90040

Katz Design & Builders Inc

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

10313 Los Alamitos Blvd
Los Alamitos, CA 90720

CalBear Construction Inc

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

721 Monroe Way
Placentia, CA 92870

Surplus Construction

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

1300 W Ricky Ln
Anaheim, CA 92802

Kitchen Cabinets and Beyond

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

2910 E La Palma Ave ste b
Anaheim, CA 92806

Kitchen Cabinets Express Inc

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

6282 Beach Blvd
Buena Park, CA 90621

STONESHINE FLOOR CARE - Marble Cleaning, Granite Sealing, Travertine Honing & Concrete Polishing

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

11841 Old River School Rd #105
Downey, CA 90241

Cornejos Builders Inc

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

8909 Elmont Ave
Downey, CA 90240

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Facts about La Mirada
Median Age:40.0 years
# of Construction Companies:163
Cost to Eat at Every Restaurant:$2,379
Average Wage for Remodelers:$30/hr
Average Plumbing Cost:$117 - $391
Average Water Bill:$63

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Bathroom Remodeling Contractor

To weed out companies that don't align with your values or which don't have a good local reputation, it's important to follow a strong pre-hiring process. By using the steps in this section, you'll be on the right track to picking the best company for you.

Industry Credentials

As you discuss your project with bathroom remodeling contractors, ask them how many years of experience they have under their belt. Many remodeling companies are members of trade groups like the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Professional certifications can also hold professional certifications that show expertise.

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

Most bathroom contractors keep running portfolios with photos of completed projects. Ask for a copy so you can verify different teams' expertise. Portfolios can also spark design ideas or raise additional questions.

Consultation and Estimate

You should always seek a comprehensive written estimate for your project costs. The estimate should be based on an in-person consultation with a company representative. This way, the crew can inspect your bathroom and get a sense of your goals, vision, and expectations. To maximize your value, we suggest getting at least three different quotes and comparing them head-to-head to find the best deal.

Customer Reviews

Next, research a company's online reputation by going to sites like Google, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website, and Trustpilot. While you read past customers' experiences, pay close attention to how the company reacts to negative feedback. Reputable remodelers will seek out a satisfactory resolution wherever possible.

How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?

Some more complex projects, like mounting tankless water heaters or rewiring electrical systems, require subcontracting in many jurisdictions and will increase your overall cost. See common 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 La Mirada

How is a bathroom remodel different from a bathroom renovation?

A bathroom remodel is more labor-intensive than a renovation. A remodel involves removing, adding, or replacing aspects of the bathroom, whereas a renovation involves making cosmetic tweaks to existing elements. 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 timeline.

What is the most expensive part of a bathroom remodel?

The most expensive part of a bathroom remodel is changing the floorplan. Changing walls, demolishing fixtures, and disposing of materials all have above-average labor costs.

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
  • eco-friendly floors like cork or bamboo
  • dual-flush toilets and low-flow faucets to reduce water use
  • products made from recycled wood or plastic
  • LED lights to cut power consumption
  • and greywater systems to filter and reclaim water

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
  • small-scale tile patterns
  • corner showers instead of tubs
  • a large mirror above the sink/vanity
  • and glass shower doors

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