Ready to remodel your bathroom?  Regardless if you are doing a small bathroom remodel or doing the full master bath, it's important to get the facts about remodeling and have a good idea of what the end project should look like.  Remodeling a bathroom can take time, energy, and lots of communication, so be sure to have a plan up front, sign a contract, and build in penalties in case those needs are not met. 

At Angie's List we've got the best reviews for local bathroom remodeling pros, including remodeling companies and contractors to help you find the right professional for your project.  See the list of bathroom remodeling pros along with ratings or browse local bathroom remodelers near you to get matched with a remodel company quickly.

Use our bathroom remodeling center to learn about bathroom remodeling costs, see photos of remodeled bathrooms, as well as shower ideas for your bathroom, plus much more.  Learn about the pros and cons of walk-in tubs, tub to shower conversions, and tips for hiring a bathroom remodeling pro.  No matter the project needs like installing a new vanity or replacing a bathtub, the local reviews can help find the right match.

Bathroom Remodeling

handheld shower head with no water coming out
BathroomShowerBathtubs and Showers
Finding the right shower head makes a difference.
ceramic tile
Bathroom Floor and TileKitchen TileTileTile Flooring
Ceramic tile looks great and will last, but what’s it cost to buy and install? Are there any ways you can lower the costs of this kind of project?
hardwood flooring in a room
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One highly rated provider breaks down three common types of flooring and explains the pros and cons to help you decide which is best for your home.
This member had his the old tile floor in the foyer replaced with new porcelain tile. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Harkrishan D. of Jericho, N.Y.)
Bathroom Floor and TileTile FlooringWood Floor Alternatives
Tile flooring offers water resistance, cool comfort and a great aesthetic. But when the time comes for replacement can you simply lay down new over existing, or should you rip out what's in place?
Don’t forget to consider the grout when you choose the tile for your kitchen or bathroom. (Image courtesy of Habitar Design)
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Angie's List founder Angie Hicks answers a member’s question about the possible causes of loose shower grout.
 
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