The factors that affect the cost of retiling your bathroom are the type of tile that you choose, the size of your bathroom and any repairs that need to be fixed. Another factor to consider is whether you'll be retiling the bathroom yourself or paying a professional to retile your bathroom for you. Knowing the average cost of retiling your bathroom can help with any decisions you need to make about remodeling your bathroom.
Retiling the Floor
At the time of publication retiling a bathroom floor yourself can cost between $100 to more than $1,500. The cost of tiles range from $1 to up to $40 or more a square foot and tools and other material can cost you from $60 to more than $200. The average costs to hire a professional to retile a bathroom floor including materials and labor is about $10 to $40 a square foot. Removing existing tile can cost an additional $200 to more than $800 and repairing any damages underneath the old tiles can cost anywhere between $1,000 to more than $5,000.
Retiling Inside Shower
The cost of materials for retiling inside the shower enclosure or a bathtub at the time of publication can cost between $50 to more than $1,500 if you're doing it yourself. Hiring a professional to retile inside a shower enclosure or a bathtub can cost around $800 to more than $2,500.
Retiling Entire Bathroom
The cost of materials for retiling an entire bathroom yourself, at the time of publication, can cost about $200 to more than $3,000. The cost of hiring a professional to retile you entire bathroom, including the floor, bathtub or shower enclosure and any other area that needs to be retiled, is about $10,000 to up to rmore than $25,000.
The total cost to hire a professional to retile your bathroom can go up if you require that tiles be laid out in a special pattern or if your bathroom has an unusual layout. Likewise, the cost of retiling a bathroom increases if you purchase custom tiles. A professional usually inspects your bathroom before providing you with a quote. All damage to walls or the floor needs to be repaired before retiling. Furthermore, take into consideration that retiling a bathroom yourself can take several days or weeks, depending on your experience.