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A Dallas remodeling or building permit is required for any construction that physically changes or adds structures to your property or for work regulated by local codes or ordinances such as:
Alterations – re-roofs, garage conversions, exterior stucco, etc.
Repairs – replacement of water heaters or other plumbing fixtures, irrigation systems, air conditioning units, new electrical service, rewiring, etc.
Change of use of structures
Go to the permit center Dallas Permits
Oak Cliff Municipal Center
320 E. Jefferson Blvd., Room 118
Dallas, TX 75203
Common Bathroom Remodel dimensions: Plan 1: Basic – Small 40 Sq. Ft. Full Bathroom Plan. Plan 2: 61.5 Square Foot, Slightly Larger Bathroom Plan. Plan 3: 80 Square Foot Bathroom Plan With Tub and Shower. Plan 4: 18 Square Foot Half Bathroom for Guests. Plan 5: Basic, Functional 3/4 Bathroom Plans. Plan 6: Bathroom Plan for a Bump-Out Window Area.
The national average is about $18,000. Some Dallas homeowners looking to remodel a half or smaller bathroom spend as low as $5,000.
The size and scope of your bathroom remodel may be the biggest driver of the cost to remodel your bathroom. Coming in around $125 cost per square foot when all is considered is about the average costs.
Entering into a Contract
After negotiating the cost with a Dallas Bathroom Remodeler, you might want to consider a written contract with the contractor. You should be fully aware of the cost of the contract, the time-frame, the payment schedule, a detailed scope of work, and liquidated damages if any.
Dallas bathroom remodeling labor cost depends on the scope of the project and the contractor. Most bathroom remodelers charge per hour with some contractors charging $50/hour and others charge as much as $150/hour.
If your Dallas remodel requires plumbing your contractor will work with a licensed local plumber, which will increase costs further. This is why it is important to work with top rated pros who can handle all the bathroom remodeling work needed. Request your free quotes today from Home Fixology Verified bathroom pros.
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What exactly do you want to update with your bath remodel? All of your bathroom including flooring, cabinets, bathtub and shower, or specific items? Local Dallas remodelers will ask you specifically about what parts of your bathroom you are looking to update.
If you are looking for a small way to make a big difference in your bathroom, then updating your sink is one of the best things that you can do.
Your Dallas contractor will also be able to advise you on styles of sink if you are struggling to decide on what you want, and what will work best for you
From lighting to the style of the sink, and size, a bathroom vanity is perhaps your largest opportunity to create a custom look and feel for your bathroom. Depending on whether you are remodeling a small powder room, or doing a complete overhaul in your master bath, you will need to select a vanity that not only manages style of room, but provides the appropriate amount of functionality.
The counter top that you select for a custom bathroom vanity or a pre-furbished one, should not only compliment the vanity, it should be practical. Consult with your Dallas bathroom remodeling contractor for advice on the best option to suit your bathroom and your lifestyle.
Changing your bathroom toilet may seem like a project that is as simple as a quick Google search on how to do it yourself. However, it happens to be a far more complex project than you might anticipate. It involves serious plumbing skill and experience, as well as, a keen eye for potential errors.
While updating your bathroom cabinets may seem like a simple enough project, it is usually best to hire a professional bathroom remodeler to remove your old cabinets and install your new ones. It can be a lot easier than you may think to make an error in measuring, cutting, or installing cabinets and the simplest error can end up being very costly.
Due to the nature of this type of project, it is important to hire a Dallas bathroom remodeling company to ensure that the removal and installation is done correctly and precisely so as to avoid any major disasters down the line.
Home Fixology Recommends these common sense guides when talking to Dallas Bathroom Remodelers
Each year homeowners and businessmen lose hundreds of thousands of dollars, not to mention the mental stress, to uncertified (unlicensed) contractors and craftsmen posing as contractors.
Watch for these warning signs that may indicate the person/company is not certified:
You are asked to obtain the permit.
A large down payment is required before work begins.
No license number on the vehicle, business card, contract, newspaper/flyer or yellow page ad.
Contractor displays only an ‘Occupational License,’ which is required in addition to a Certificate of Competency.
Someone obtains permit other than the person or company doing the work.
You are informed that the job does not require a permit or inspection.
Verbal contract only; person is not willing to put all terms in writing.
The contractor is only willing to work on weekends or after hours.
May request front money (money before work begins).
The contractor does not have proof of General Liability or Worker’s Compensation Insurance.
You have room to negotiate and add in items you need include. The contract your bathroom contractor offers is a good starting point. You need to review the document so it also protects you.
How do you provide a description of the work?
How are you paid?
Can you add “start and end dates” into my contract?
I want to include the ability to make changes
Grace period to rescind if needed
Can you add language into my contract that removes any liens on my Dallas property?