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

Anderson is full of beautiful old homes, many of which were built around 1965. Whether you want to rejuvenate your bathroom's historic charm or play with more modern designs, a local bathroom remodeler can help you design the perfect space.

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

Top Bathroom Remodeling Services in Anderson, OH

Kostoff Construction Logo

Kostoff Construction

Based on 54 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Whole HouseBasementsDecksFireplacesExterior RenovationsPorchesBathrooms


  • Informative resources
  • Free quote
  • Accessible customer support team
7137 Virginia Ave, Deer Park, OH 513-509-0562 kostoffconstruction.com
ProMaster Home Repair & Handyman of Cincinnati Logo

ProMaster Home Repair & Handyman of Cincinnati

Based on 218 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsKitchensAccessibilityDecksBasementsPorchesAtticsExterior Renovations


  • Prompt service delivery
  • Informative resources
  • Accessible customer support team
4293 Armstrong Blvd, Batavia, OH 513-322-2914 mastermylist.com
Shawnee Homes Custom Building & Remodeling, Inc. Logo

Shawnee Homes Custom Building & Remodeling

Based on 21 customer reviews.

Services Offered

CountertopsWhole HouseBathroomsDecksPorchesDesign ServicesBasementsKitchensCabinets


  • Accessible customer support team
  • Free quote
528 Shade Rd, Cincinnati, OH 513-752-9149 shawnee-homes.com
Amy Youngblood Interiors Logo

Amy Youngblood Interiors

Based on 41 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Design ServicesGeneral RemodelingBathroomsExterior RenovationsLiving Rooms


  • Clear pricing policy
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Informative resources
1420 Main St, Cincinnati, OH 513-807-8870 amyyoungblood.com

More Local Bathroom Remodelers

Build It Brothers

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

8711 Reading Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45215

The English Contractor & Remodeling Services, LLC

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

6017 Wooster Pike
Cincinnati, OH 45227

Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

4395 Boron Dr
Latonia, KY 41015

Hinsford Building & Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.3/5 

819 Vine St
Dayton, KY 41074

Virgo Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

1757 Chase Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45223

Refreshing Renovations

User Reviews: 4.7/5 

10935 Reed Hartman Hwy Suite B
Cincinnati, OH 45242


User Reviews: 4.5/5 

7 Techview Dr
Cincinnati, OH 45215

Kessler Construction & Remodeling

User Reviews: 4.2/5 

3926 Colerain Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45223

Vision Construction

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

1311 US-52
New Richmond, OH 45157

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Facts about Anderson
Median Age:39.0 years
# of Construction Companies:282
Cost to Eat at Every Restaurant:$1,902
Average Wage for Remodelers:$28/hr
Average Plumbing Cost:$102 - $341
Average Water Bill:$51

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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 follow a strong pre-hiring process. By using the steps in this section, you'll be on the right track to selecting the best company for you.

Industry Credentials

Begin vetting a company by asking two important questions about its local reputation. First, determine how long it's been in business and the quantity of jobs it's completed. Second, find out what industry groups it belongs to, such as the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). These organizations provide private certifications and ongoing education, which keep crews current with the latest best practices.

Licensure and Insurance

Ohio doesn't issue state licenses to residential remodeling companies specifically. However, they do license electricians, plumbers, and mechanical contractors who might work on remodeling projects. Each company must follow both state and local credentialing requirements, so we encourage you to contact the Anderson government for additional information.


Next, ask the bathroom company for a portfolio. Some contractors print physical copies, while others maintain a running webpage detailing their past projects. Thoroughly evaluate each photo to assess the quality of the crew's work. You might even find some design ideas for your own bathroom renovation.

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 a company representative. This way, the crew can view your bathroom and get a sense of your goals, expectations, and vision. Services and pricing will differ from company to company, so we recommend getting three different itemized estimates for the most effective comparison.

Customer Reviews

Before signing any contracts, always research a bathroom remodeling company's reputation using Google, Trustpilot, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website. When you read about customers' positive and negative experiences, focus on how the contractor responds to complaints. It's a good sign if the team always strives for an amicable and satisfactory resolution.

How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?

Some more complex projects, like setting up 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 Anderson

What is the difference between a bathroom remodel and a bathroom renovation?

A bathroom renovation typically involves smaller changes, such as replacing light fixtures, restoring a floor and painting. A remodel, on the other hand, involves more extensive tasks like installing a new shower or relocating fixtures to different spots.

How long does it take to redo a bathroom?

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

What is the most expensive part of a bathroom remodel?

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

What part of a bathroom remodel should I get done first?

The first step of a bathroom remodel is creating a sketch for your space. Include your favorite color scheme, layout, fixtures, and material preferences. From there, determine your budget for the project and hire a capable contractor to consult on and carry out the project.

How can I make the most of limited space in a small bathroom during a remodel?

To make the most of limited space, your bathroom remodeler might recommend any of the following design elements:
  • a larger mirror above the sink/vanity
  • pedestal sinks/wall-mounted faucets
  • corner showers with glass doors
  • small-scale tile patterns
  • tall and narrow shelves
  • and vertical cabinets

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