This week on KC Live, Co-Host Joel Nichols and Wineteer CEO and President Michael Dodd continued the conversation on the true costs of mid-range remodeling vs. upscale remodeling based on Hanley Wood’s Home Remodeling Cost vs. Value. Watch the full segment here >
Before you can discover the value and ROI of a remodeling project, you first have to identify the true costs to each project. Below are the typical updates and changes you would see in both a mid-range and an upscale bathroom and kitchen remodel.
Mid-Range Bathroom Remodels
Typically a 5’ x 7’ footprint
Shower replacing a built-in tub
Smaller vanities with wood cabinets
Solid surface countertop with integrated sink
No configuration changes
Cost just under $20,000
Upscale Bathroom Remodels
Tripling the footprint to about 10’ x 10’
Reconfiguring the entire bathroom
Plumbing fixtures and locations would change
Walk in showers with body sprays
Hand held and fixed head shower
Ceramic tile with framed glass enclosure
The return on investment for any bathroom remodels is about 60 percent.
Mid-Range Kitchen Remodels
Footprint is about 200 sq. ft.
Involves a complete update of the whole kitchen
About $60,000 – $62,000
Upscale Kitchen Remodels
Same footprint as a mid-range remodel
Commercial grade appliances
Imported glass backsplash
Custom countertops and cabinetry
The return on investment for any kitchen remodels is about 65 percent.
Wineteer Construction holds nearly three decades of experience and unsurpassed home remodeling craftsmanship, and Mike Dodd is one of three Master Certified Remodelers in the Kansas City area. Rest assured, your home remodeling projects with Wineteer will always be “Planned Right. Priced Right. Done Right.”