mASTER BATHROOM RENOVATIONS
The most important bathroom in the house deserves the best.
Master bathroom renovator.
Experienced Sydney renovation company.
Let us renovate your master bathroom. It is the space to escape, unwind and relax. Nu-Trend is a Sydney renovation company that will work closely with you to renovate a master bathroom to create a luxurious retreat to escape to.
Do you remember the ‘old days’ when personal service was the norm? That is how Rick and Rob treat each client when it comes to bathroom, laundry, toilet or shower renovations.
You deal directly with the owners who have more than 10 years experience, over 100 written reviews and provide a written guarantee without any gimmicks.
They have a very single minded commitment to deliver a high level of professionalism and quality. To achieve this they use industry leading brands to create modern designs for your bathroom with products from Caroma, Victoria and Albert, DADO, Pietra Bianca, Saboma and others.
“...the renovation was clearly mapped out....they were on time everyday, they managed their subcontractors...they cleaned the site everyday...the product that was delivered was flawless...”
Renovate your master bathroom to create a luxurious relaxation space.
This is normally the ‘big daddy’ of house renovations besides the kitchen. Everyone considers the master bathroom as the most important room in the house & the best way to add value to your property. This room is the statement piece and the place to escape to after a long day.
A luxurious master bathroom renovation is normally a choice people make when;
- The property is getting completely renovated.
- Preparing a property for sale.
- A reward for many years of hard work and after the kids have moved out.
- Are looking to emulate a luxurious hotel room feeling.
- You have a budget of $30,000 or more.
Nu-Trend is a Sydney master bathroom renovation company that can renovate a room in a multi-storey house, townhouse or apartment block or unit. Our renovating team can assist you to planning all the steps from design inspiration, product selection and the build. For a renovation project of this scale you would typically demolish the room back to a bare frame.
Our expert renovation team can manage each step of the process for you from demolishing the room, interior design, sourcing the new products to all the finishing touches like wall adjustments, painting, electrical and installation of vanity, basin, bath, shower and/or toilet etc.
Our point of difference
It's all in the little details
Rick and Rob are involved with every step of each bathroom renovation they are contracted for. Nu-Trend is a Sydney bathroom renovation company that delivers a personal touch and concierge-like service. With so many years of experience they have encountered all the common bathroom renovation scenarios and developed a keen level of expertise to solve practically any situation.
Although, it’s the little things they do that can make all the difference to a delivering a high quality renovation project efficiently, quickly and with little disruption to your daily life.
Organised & prepared
Tidy work site
Before and after renovation examples
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We renovated this bathroom in Kyle Bay with a free-standing bathtub, corner shower, double vanity, amazing floor tiles & white crisp design.
We transformed this cold, dark, ugly small bathroom into a luxurious, warm and inviting room using Pietro Lombarda Tiles
We moved the toilet, bath and vanity locations to change the floor plan of this master bathroom to create more space for the Arova bath tub
A beautiful master bathroom with huge walk in shower designed by Boffi Designs in Sydney
An incredible master bathroom renovation with a feature piece, an beautiful Victoria Albert bath tub that sets off this room.
A luxurious bathroom and ensuite renovation with a marble finish, bespoke vanity with Villeroy & Boch toilet.
Local | Licensed | Insured
HOME OWNERS INSURANCE
Protection for home owners.
Local Sydney contractors.
FULLY LICENCED 217859C
A qualified and licensed renovator.
Public liability insurance for peace of mind.
Drainer | gas fitter | plumber | renovator
Nu-Trend is a Sydney company with more than 15 years experience completing bathroom renovations & solving plumbing problems. he Directors Rob and Rick are hands-on, and provide a personalised service.
STANDARDS AUSTRALIA AS/NZS3500:2018 Compliant
All the work carried out by Nu-Trend is AS/NZ3500:2018 compliant. It is the Australian Standard for Plumbing and Drainage in NSW as set down by Standards Australia and the Australian Building Codes Board. They give the plumbing industry technical direction to enable compliance with required regulatory frameworks.
Master bathroom renovation pricing.
How much does a master bathroom renovator cost?
Our most common question is ‘how much does a renovation cost’ or ‘how long does a master bathroom renovation take‘ and our response is ‘we’ll take care of everything for you‘ to make things as easy and seamless as possible for your project. We work with you each step of the way, which can even include sourcing and selecting products.
- Planning, layout and design.
- Selecting a bath type e.g free standing, insert bath etc.
- Choosing fixtures and fittings.
- If needed, choosing wall tiles, lighting and flooring
- Deciding on using existing or installing new bath plumbing.
Renovating your master bathroom will increase the resale value of your home. To reach its full potential, keep in mind that a master bathroom’s layout is the most important thing buyers will look for as well as the quality of products used.
Types of master bathroom renovations?
What types of projects can we work on?
We quite often get asked if we can do different types of renovation projects where there are other parties involved or to accomodate a certain situation. Being a Sydney renovation company you are talking directly to the owners, so we can do everything bespoke and personalised to suit you or your master bathroom.
- Working with Architects or Building Designers.
- Working from building plans or designs.
- Collaborating with other contractors.
- Liaising with real estate agents or property developers.
- Engaging with product suppliers.
- Dealing with local council or authorities.
Ten steps to tips to renovate a master bathroom.
#1. DO YOUR RESEARCH
When you are considering doing a master bathroom renovation the first step is to do some research about what is involved, the various costs and to gather inspiration or ideas. There is lots of information available that will help you save money and time choosing your new room.
#2. WORK OUT YOUR BUDGET
Yes it is true, you could spend over $80,000 on a master bathroom renovation or as little as $500 for a splash of paint. There are millions of choices of products, materials or styles to choose from so it becomes fairly critical to be realistic and set a budget, then stick to it. Otherwise you can end up either creating false expectations or spending time researching things that you haven’t prepared to pay for.
#3. HAVE A CLEAR VISION
With a wealth of information available and a budget set, it becomes very important to have a very clear vision or purpose for the renovation. It becomes a brief that you use with your contractor. So is the goal to renovate for profit, sell the property, get it ready for renting or just give it a freshen up? The reasons could be broad but you should have a clear purpose in mind from the outset to guide your decision making.
#4. KNOW WHAT CAN OR CAN'T BE DONE
A little similar to the setting of a budget, knowing what is or isn’t possible becomes important to ensure you are being realistic about what can be achieved. So for example placing a 400kg bath tub in a 10th storey apartment unit may not be feasible or moving a pipe in heritage listed building could be too costly too.
#5. create a plan
With some knowledge, a budget ready and clear vision you can set about creating a plan to map out the steps required for your project. This could include things like getting a loan approved, sourcing products, getting council approvals, finding contractors etc but make a list of things that will need to be done and a rough timeframe to work around.
#6. CHEAPEST ISN'T ALWAYS THE BEST
Yes unfortunately costs for a master bathroom renovation will vary greatly, there could be variances of $10,000 or more. Cheapest isn’t always the best and it is important to make sure any quotation is clearly itemised so that you can compare exactly what is being offered. We see too many examples where assumptions are made that lead to further costs or work not being done correctly the first time.
#7. DECIDE ON USING EXISTING SERVICES
This could potentially be an earlier step in the process, it just depends on the situation. Deciding on whether you will use the existing plumbing and sewerage services becomes quite important in relation to bath placement or orientation, the type of bath and how the floor needs to be prepared.
#8. GET 5 WRITTEN QUOTATIONS
Yes we realise many people will opt for just getting 3 quotes, although with such a large renovation project it would be wise these days to opt for at least 5 quotations from qualified companies. It will help create peace of mind given there are over 1,000 renovation companies to choose from in Sydney.
#9. READ PREVIOUS REVIEWS
While reviews aren’t always entirely accurate it does pay to spend some time reading about the contractors you are thinking of working with. The ones that have longer, more thoughtfully written reviews will tend to be the ones that have impressed their clients more. Always look for ‘how many reviews’ the individual has written this can also be an indicator of someone who has been impressed with the work done.
#10. CHECK THEIR QUALIFICATIONS
This is one of the simplest things people often forget to do. Don’t trust numbers, words or logos on a website. Ask the contractor to give you the link or certificate or other form of proof they are actually qualified to do the work. We see so many people believe ‘official-looking’ logos placed on a website only to find out later they were being deceptive.
The master bathroom will be different things in different properties. For some homes it will be the largest bathroom in the house that is used by most of the people living in the house. In other situations it will be the main bathroom used from the largest bedroom in the house. Typically it is the most elaborate & luxurious bathroom in the house with the most space and will have a bath, shower, toilet, double vanity unit with wall to ceiling tiling.
Renovating a master bathroom can cost from $1,000 to $90,000 in Sydney. Sounds like a wide price range doesn’t it? It is like buying cars, some cost $1,000 and others cost $1M and in most cases you get what you pay for.
Renovating a master bathroom isn’t any different. You can renovate a master bathroom for $1,000 but that might just be changing the taps and shower head. A complete bathroom renovation will include a full demolish of the current room and starting from scratch – flooring, wall tiles, new fixtures, new hardware & cabinets.
For luxury master bathrooms a new bath tub might cost $5,000 on its own or a high end toilet might cost $1,200. So it is impossible (and silly) to even try and work out set pricing for a master bathroom renovation.
Read our free guide on how to set a renovation budget.
Yes you can easily fit a toilet, shower and bath tub into a master bathroom. It all comes down to the available space in the room and how big each individual element will be. Sometimes it might be necessary to change the floor plan to create a more sensible layout to accomodate all these items. You might have to move a toilet or shower from one side of the room to the other.
We can help you reconfigure your floor plan to combine your laundry and existing bathroom to make a new master bathroom. If the wall isn’t load bearing it can easily be removed so that the existing rooms become a single space. From there we can incorporate space to install a washing machine or dryer into the newly renovated bathroom as part of the revised floorplan.