Some Typical Cost Figures to Think About

Small Kitchen Spiff Up:

If you are thinking about wanting to make a few aesthetic changes to your kitchen and you are okay with the cabinets and the layout, then this may be all you need. A new counter-top, sink and faucet, new hardware, new back/splash and wall paint. No electrical and little to no plumbing.

Starting at $21,000.00

Mid-range Major Kitchen Remodel:

This is taking most, if not all the walls down to the studs. Running new electrical and plumbing (not redoing the whole house). New moderate cabinets, new counters, flooring, backsplash and moderate appliances. This is a brand new kitchen! Everything modernized and brought up to the latest codes and safety regulations.

Average cost $62,000

Upper range Major Kitchen Remodel:

Sunset Magazine here we come! Same as above. Difference in quality of materials and fixtures. Granite counters, wood floors, and high-end appliances and cabinets. Possibly moving walls around and/or bumping out a wall.

Average cost $122,000

Pull and Replace Bathroom Remodel:

This is keeping your existing bathroom layout and not moving any in-wall or in-floor plumbing. New vanity, shower/tub, toilet, flooring and back splash.

Starting at $18,600

Mid-range Bathroom Addition:

Adding a new bathroom to the main floor, or a second floor bathroom that is stacked on top of the main floor bathroom. New space: new flooring, new plumbing, vanity, shower/tub, toilet.

Average cost $44,300

Upscale Bathroom Remodel

Wow! We should frame this! Taking the room down to the studs. High end plumbing fixtures, tile and lighting. New arrangement--possibly a 5 fixture bathroom: toilet, shower, bathtub and two vanities. Rearranging walls.

Average cost: $59,000

Additions:

Two-story addition--adding bedrooms and a small bathroom: $175,000

Want to sleep like royalty? Hi-end Master Suite--new master bedroom, 5 piece bathroom, and walk-in closet: $252,000

 

All prices are based on experience and Remodeling Magazine's Cost Vs Value Report

Click on the link above to go to the most recent Cost vs. Value report and choose "Pacific" and "Portland, OR".