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Written By Max Peterson|Last Updated: February 05, 2024

A bathroom remodel is a simple, small-scale way to increase your Burlington home's market value and make your daily life more comfortable.

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

Top Bathroom Remodeling Services in Burlington, NC

Lakenridge Builders Inc. Logo

Lakenridge Builders

4.5/5
Based on 51 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CabinetsBathroomsHome AdditionsBasementsKitchensDecksPorches

Highlights

  • Accessible customer support team
  • Free quote
  • Clear pricing policy
3718 Edgewood Dr, Greensboro, NC 336-587-6211 lakenridgebuilders.com
Tri-Co Contractors, Inc. Logo

Tri-Co Contractors

4.0/5
Based on 16 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsBasementsKitchens

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Prompt service delivery
  • Clear pricing policy
3106 Sands Dr, Greensboro, NC 336-375-1111 tricocontractors.net
Marsh Kitchen & Bath Logo

Marsh Kitchen & Bath

4.5/5
Based on 53 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CountertopsDesign ServicesKitchensCabinetsBathrooms

Highlights

  • Clear pricing policy
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Informative resources
2503 Greengate Dr, Greensboro, NC 336-273-8196 marshkb.com
KC's Improvement & Construction Co., Inc. Logo

KC's Improvement & Construction Co.

4.2/5
Based on 29 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Design ServicesDecksExterior RenovationsKitchensCountertopsBathroomsPorchesHome Additions

Highlights

    510 N Church St Ste. C, Greensboro, NC 336-288-3865 kcsimprovement.com

    More Local Bathroom Remodelers

    Cransten Handyman and Remodeling

    User Reviews: 4.5/5 

    717 Green Valley Rd Suite 200
    Greensboro, NC 27408

    Housing Solutions, Inc.

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    230-A Orange Grove St
    Hillsborough, NC 27278

    Specialized Refinishing Co.

    User Reviews: 4.6/5 

    3125 Kathleen Ave Suite# 263
    Greensboro, NC 27408

    Quality Remodeling

    User Reviews: 4.2/5 

    3119 Battleground Ave
    Greensboro, NC 27408

    Cole Restoration Services

    User Reviews: 4.4/5 

    81 River Forest Rd
    Pittsboro, NC 27312

    CQC Home

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    5102 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd #100
    Durham, NC 27707

    Universal Remodel Inc

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    2512 Delaware Pl
    High Point, NC 27260

    CoCreations Construction & Design LLC

    User Reviews: 4.7/5 

    3606 University Dr
    Durham, NC 27707

    Keith Smith Construction, LLC

    User Reviews: 4.6/5 

    8002 Southern Meadows Ct
    Stokesdale, NC 27357

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    Facts about Burlington
    Median Age:39.0 years
    # of Construction Companies:557
    Cost to Eat at Every Restaurant:$2,534
    Average Wage for Remodelers:$27/hr
    Average Plumbing Cost:$99 - $331
    Average Water Bill:$55

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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

    To weed out contractors that go against your principles or lack local credibility, it's important to keep a strong pre-hiring process. By following 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 companies, ask them how many years of experience they have . Many remodeling companies are members of trade associations like the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Professional certifications can also hold professional certifications that prove expertise.

    Licensure and Insurance

    North Carolina requires remodeling companies to be licensed with the state's Licensing Board for General Contractors. Licensure shows that a contractor has passed legal, trade, and pollution control exams. Business owners are also required to clear background checks and financial audits as part of the application process.

    Photos

    Ask for a copy of the bathroom company's portfolio, which includes pictures from past remodels it's completed for homeowners. This is primarily so you can examine the caliber of a team's work. However, it could also spark inspiration for your own bathroom renovation or prompt questions about what the team can do for your project.

    Consultation and Estimate

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

    Customer Reviews

    Next, research a company's online reputation by going to sites like Trustpilot, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website, and Google. Many contractors have both positive and negative reviews. As you go through each one, pay close attention to how the contractor addresses complaints from dissatisfied customers. A good company will always work to make things right.

    How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?

    The average cost of a bathroom remodel in Burlington ranges from $16,888 to $32,088, depending on the project's scope and type. Some more complex projects, like installing tankless water heaters or rewiring electrical systems, require subcontracting in many jurisdictions and will increase your overall cost.

    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 Burlington

    How is a bathroom renovation different from a bathroom remodel?

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

    How long does it take to redo a bathroom?

    A bathroom remodel's duration will hinge on your vision for the space. Most projects take between a few days to a month to finish.

    What leading bathroom design trends should I know about?

    Burlington residents are increasingly favoring opulent, luxurious aesthetics for their bathrooms. Features like bold paint colors, real wood cabinets, polished marble vanities and high-end stone tile can make your space feel more sophisticated, and the look might not cost as much as you think. However, just because something is trendy doesn't mean it'll fit your unique vision. We recommend turning to websites, magazines, and your contractor's in-house designers for personalized ideas.

    Do remodeling companies offer preset packages for smaller-scale jobs?

    Yes. If all you need is a new shower, vanity, tub, or another fixture, your contractor might suggest a preset package for less cost. Some contractors can even retrofit new fixtures directly over your old ones, saving time and maximizing value.

    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 ongoing. If you have restricted mobility, are caring for little ones, work from home, or if the bathroom is your only place to bathe or shower, plan ahead with friends and family before work starts.

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