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by Guest on May 12, 2012

Before Picture After Picture

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The above images are from a recent bathroom makeover.

Total Cost of Material is roughly $1200.00

This price does not include labor or any other potential fees. Labor prices do vary from region to region, quality of the job, and other important factors, so it is difficult to post the total cost for this project.

Before Kitchen Picture

$55.00- Walls and Ceiling Painted

Labor - Removal of Cabinet Doors, Hinges, and Handles

^60 - Prime and Paint Cabinet Doors (5 coats, with 220 sanding between layers)

$50 - Installation of New Hinges, and Handles

$80 - New Faucet (Ranges from $20 to $200+)

$80 - New Faucet (Ranges from $20 to $200+)

After Kitchen Picture

$350 - New Floor (Pergo, Oak Laminate Wood Flooring)

$30 - New Light Fixture

Depends - It's hard to say an exact dollar amount, but improvements in the Bathroom and Kitchen have the highest return on investment when are sell a new. Depending on the region/neighborhood you live in, this could be 95% to 114% ROI.

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