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    We just got quotes for ours and it was 8k plus tax for all tiling and waterproofing and then plumbing around 2k plus all the fixtures around 2-3k so all together somewhere around 13k. We are putting it off for a while as have a baby on the way

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmumm View Post
    If you are keeping it separate toilet/bathroom do you need to remove the walls or can you just tile existing walls. I have no experience or detailed knowledge on asbestos but I thought asbestos walls are fine IF they are kept whole and not broken up?!?
    One of our bathrooms is hideous and next on our list to do.
    Yeah, we do have the option of leaving the asbestos in place if we need to. But if it's not too hideously expensive to remove, we thought this might be a good opportunity to get rid of it once and for all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Rue View Post
    We are putting it off for a while as have a baby on the way
    Thanks @Lil Rue it's helpful to have the cost breakdown like that. It's funny - I'm currently 9 weeks pregnant with twins, and that was what made me put my foot down with DH. I want that bathroom done and dusted before the babies arrive!

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    Default Cost of bathroom renovation??

    We just had our bathroom done before Christmas. Full strip out and new replacement - it cost about $16k. We didn't do anything ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsChino View Post
    Thanks @Lil Rue it's helpful to have the cost breakdown like that. It's funny - I'm currently 9 weeks pregnant with twins, and that was what made me put my foot down with DH. I want that bathroom done and dusted before the babies arrive!
    We did ours when I was pregnant lol.

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    A few years ago now but we renovated a bathroom.
    Our budget was 10 and we ended up coming in below at 8600

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    Oooo I've wanted to start the same thread but felt a bit silly not knowing where to start. Thanks OP ;-)

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    We are in the middle of a bathroom reno right now. It isn't going all that well. The plumber just installed the vanity and something went wrong and flooded our house downstairs. Australia day is going to be spent with the plumber trying to find out what wrong and how to fix it. Yay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candiceo View Post
    We are in the middle of a bathroom reno right now. It isn't going all that well. The plumber just installed the vanity and something went wrong and flooded our house downstairs. Australia day is going to be spent with the plumber trying to find out what wrong and how to fix it. Yay.
    Golly. That sounds very stressful indeed.

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    we had our bathroom and toilet completely gutted. Shower, vanity, walls, floor and ceiling. plus walls, floor and toilet. We needed new piping too.
    All up it cost about 20k

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