It’s hard to imagine the average person’s daily routine without a bathroom remodel.
And if you’re a remodeling contractor or home remodeling specialist, you’ve been asked this question by clients and employees for years.
We wanted to find out how often your clients have asked this.
What we found was that, even though the answers to these questions varied, there is a simple answer to the question.
About half of the respondents to a recent survey of more than 2,000 remodeling professionals said they had had a bathroom renovation completed or in the pipeline in the past year.
The survey found that the majority of remodeling clients, 59 percent, had completed renovations in the last 12 months.
That includes 44 percent of the survey respondents with a plumbing and electrical work done in the previous year.
Another 25 percent of those surveyed had done renovations in their previous five years, and about a third of those with a business office had done the work.
It’s not surprising that the remodeling industry is booming with new business.
The number of new business openings is up more than 30 percent since 2006, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
But that’s only one aspect of the remodel process.
The rest is about the new space, whether it’s the size and type of the work, the size of the fixtures, and even whether it will be a large-scale project or a smaller one.
Here are some of the key points about a bathroom renovations: The total cost of a remodel is determined by the size, type, and complexity of the bathroom.
The average cost of new bathroom remodels is about $40,000, according the National Association of Realtors, and the average remodeling job requires about a month of work.
For larger projects, like a remodeled business office, the cost ranges from $40 to $80,000.
In addition to the work and labor required to build and install the new bathroom, the remodeled space will also require cleaning and painting.
The cost of the labor will vary depending on the size budget and the type of remodel required.
The labor involved will include people, equipment, and materials.
The remodeling contractors, who often have extensive experience in the industry, will typically charge $20 to $30 per hour.
In the past few years, there have been some significant advances in technology to reduce the cost of plumbing and plumbing fixtures, such as the use of automated tools and the use in-house manufacturing to make plumbing fixtures.
This is all good news for remodel owners, because the increased automation and in-home manufacturing will reduce the time and cost of cleaning and maintaining the space.
In many cases, the new plumbing and fixtures will be done by contractors who have worked on large projects in the same industry for decades.
A recent study from the University of California, Davis, concluded that the number of remodels that are completed per year has increased by almost 10 percent in the 10 years since 2010.
This growth, in part, is due to increased demand from businesses wanting to modernize their existing spaces, the researchers found.
But, more importantly, the research also found that remodeling is becoming a lucrative business for remodeling companies.
For the next decade, the average cost per remodeled square foot is expected to grow from $7,000 in 2020 to $23,000 by 2040.
This number will more than double in the next 10 years.
In fact, the number and the total cost for remodeled apartments is projected to increase by 50 percent over the next five years.
That means that more and more remodeling projects are taking place in existing properties.
So, what to do with all that remodeled plumbing and/or plumbing fixtures?
The good news is that there are a number of things that can be done with a remodelled bathroom.
But before you hire a remodeller, make sure you are ready to move forward with the remodels and have your remodeling project approved.