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

A bathroom remodel is a significant investment for your Issaquah home's comfort and attractiveness. For the best result possible, it's best to hire the top-notch contractor.

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

Top Bathroom Remodeling Services in Issaquah, WA

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Power Builders Construction

4.7/5
Based on 26 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsKitchensGeneral Remodeling

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Free quote
23115 Ne 8th St Unit 7, Sammamish, WA 866-749-9878 powerbuildersconstruction.com
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BB-Builders Pro

4.7/5
Based on 16 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsBasementsDesign ServicesDecksKitchensSmart HomesExterior RenovationsHome AdditionsPatios

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Accessible customer support team
  • Free quote
6462 132nd Pl, Newcastle, WA 206-851-4233 bb-builders.pro
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BLC Remodeling - Home Renovations & Construction

4.7/5
Based on 19 customer reviews.

Services Offered

BathroomsHome AdditionsGeneral RemodelingDesign ServicesCabinetsLiving RoomsKitchensWhole HouseExterior RenovationsAdu

Highlights

  • Clear pricing policy
  • Prompt service delivery
  • Free quote
12819 Se 38th St, Bellevue, WA 206-372-6143 blcremodeling.com
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Brutsky Builds - Kitchen and Bath Remodeler

4.7/5
Based on 46 customer reviews.

Services Offered

Design ServicesBathroomsHome AdditionsGeneral RemodelingKitchens

Highlights

  • Informative resources
  • Clear pricing policy
  • Prompt service delivery
800 Bellevue Way Ne Unit 500, Bellevue, WA 206-316-9937 brutskybuilds.com

More Local Bathroom Remodelers

Dream Home Construction

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

22525 SE 64th Pl Suite 270
Issaquah, WA 98027

Ecostar Remodeling & Construction

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

707 S Grady Way Suite 600
Renton, WA 98057

Kitchen & More

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

Plaza 520 Business Park, 13200 NE 20th St
Bellevue, WA 98005

Volcano Builders - Bellevue

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

1750 112th Ave
Bellevue, WA 98004

Northwest Builders & Renovation

User Reviews: 4.5/5 

2003 SE Maple Valley Hwy Suite 201
Renton, WA 98057

ABS Cabinets & Counters | Quality & Affordable Kitchen Remodel

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

1940 124th Ave NE Suite A102
Bellevue, WA 98005

Armada Design & Build Inc.

User Reviews: 4.4/5 

15600 NE 8th St Suite O-2
Bellevue, WA 98008

Luxury Bath Seattle

User Reviews: 4.3/5 

18388 Redmond Way
Redmond, WA 98052

Higgason Construction

User Reviews: 4.6/5 

16455 NE 85th St Suite 102
Redmond, WA 98052

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Facts about Issaquah
Median Age:39.0 years
# of Construction Companies:350
Cost to Eat at Every Restaurant:$1,852
Average Wage for Remodelers:$29/hr
Average Plumbing Cost:$121 - $403
Average Water Bill:$64

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Bathroom Remodeling Contractor

Before you sign a contract with a bathroom remodeler, you'll want to ensure they're trustworthy. We recommend following these steps as you get estimates.

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 contractors are members of trade organizations like the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Professional certifications can also hold professional accreditations that prove expertise.

Licensure and Insurance

Washington doesn't issue state "licenses" to bathroom remodelers, but they must still register as general or specialty contractors with the Department of Labor & Industries. Registration shows a company has at least a $6,000 surety bond, $200,000 of public liability coverage, and $50,000 of property damage insurance.

Photos

Most bathroom contractors keep running portfolios with pictures of completed remodels. Request a copy so you can confirm different teams' expertise. Portfolios can also spark design ideas or prompt 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 the contractor's team. This way, the technicians can see your bathroom and get a sense of your vision, goals, and expectations. Services and pricing will vary from company to company, so we recommend getting three different itemized estimates for the most effective comparison.

Customer Reviews

Next, research a company's online reputation by going to sites like Google, Trustpilot, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website. When you read about customers' positive and negative experiences, pay attention to how the company responds to complaints. It's a green flag if the team always tries to reach an amicable and satisfactory resolution.

How Much Does a Bathroom Remodel Cost?

The average price of a bathroom remodel in Issaquah ranges from $17,284 to $32,841, depending on the project's scope and type. Some more complex projects, like mounting 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 Issaquah

What is 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. 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 complete.

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

Yes. If all you need is a new shower, tub, vanity, or another fixture, your bathroom company might offer you a preset package for less cost. Some contractors can even retrofit new fixtures right on top of your old ones, saving time and maximizing value.

Are there any eco-friendly or sustainable bathroom remodeling options available?

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

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

You usually won't have to leave your home for a bathroom remodel. Even if the crew must turn off water, they might be able to do it on a small scale so you can still use other bathrooms. If you have mobility issues, small children, a work-from-home job, or if the bathroom is the only location in your home to bathe or shower, be sure to plan with loved ones.

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