Bathroom Remodeling in St. Louis, MO

Professional Bathroom Design & Remodeling in St. Louis, MO

Our passion and perfectionism have earned us a reputation as the go-to firm for St. Louis, MO homeowners searching for a bathroom remodeling professional. Our bathrooms have been featured in magazines, books, and have been shown on HGTV.

We create beautiful, functional bathrooms, but what we truly pride ourselves on is affordability. We take pleasure in knowing that we commonly save our clients thousands of dollars while offering superior design and installation.

Remodeling is a large investment. We recommend keeping your investment safe by working with a quality, trusted bathroom contractor such as ourselves.

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Why Choose Homestar?

We Save Our Clients Tens of Thousands of Dollars

Quite frequently, we save our clients $10,000 to $20,000 dollars when compared to our competitors, while offering a superior level of quality.

Design Drawings And Renderings

We will provide you with floor plans, wall elevations, and tile plans. This helps you finalize design decisions prior to committing.

Product Manufacturer Dealers

We order directly from the factory, at steep discounts too.

Flawless, Guaranteed Waterproofing

Maintain peace of mind with our waterproofing guarantee. With us, the only place that water is going is the drain.

Demonstrated History of Remodeling Success

We take great pride in our history of satisfying our fellow St. Louisans. You can view our Google profile and reviews by clicking here. Meanwhile, our Better Business Bureau (BBB) page can be visited by clicking here.

National Kitchen And Bath Association (NKBA) Member

Our National Kitchen & Bath Association Membership illustrates our passion towards the industry.

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No Sales Tactics

You shouldn’t have to put up with sales tactics within your own home. We have sworn off any form of sales tactics, making for a pleasant consultation.

Workmanship Warranty

For 3 years, you will pay nothing if something in your bathroom isn’t up to par.

Full Insurance Coverage

Our liability insurance coverage totals $2 million dollars, ensuring your home stays protected.

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Passionate Installers

We have carefully selected the most talented individuals in St. Louis to install your bathroom.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much does a bathroom remodel cost?

The national average for a midrange, complete bathroom remodel is $24,606. An upscale bathroom remodel will cost, on average, $76,827.

These costs are representative of a full bathroom remodel, utilizing professional tradespeople. While these are high figures, it is important to keep in mind that remodeling is an investment, not a sunk cost.

We have sourced this information from Remodeling Magazine‘s Cost vs. Value report, which we believe to be the most accurate aggregation of remodeling pricing information.

How long does a bathroom remodel take?

A standard 5×8 hallway bathroom will take 2-3 weeks to complete.

A master bathroom can take anywhere from 2-4 weeks or even longer depending on the complexity of the project.

Bathroom remodeling requires multiple components to dry, which can increase the length of time spent remodeling. For instance, floor tile installation requires complete drying prior to being able to proceed with the remodeling process.

What are important things to consider for a bathroom remodel?

You should decide upon features that are important to you, such as a bidet seat, heated floor, whirlpool tub, or handheld shower wand.

Your budget will likely dictate the options that are feasible. Your designer/contractor can help you navigate the design and budgeting process.

If what you wish for is labor intensive, such as a curbless shower (which necessitates dropping the subfloor) then you will find that it will increase the price of your remodel by a consequential amount.

Why is bathroom remodeling so expensive?

It is normal to be sticker-shocked when realizing how expensive it is to remodel a small or moderately sized room such as your bathroom.

The cost of bathroom remodeling is largely driven by labor, followed by materials such as the waterproofing system and tile.

When you are remodeling your bathroom, you are essentially paying for your installer’s cost of living while the project is underway. This includes his or her tools, work truck, years of experience, and factors in the scarcity of quality workers.

Further, waterproofing systems are a costly material. Quality waterproofing systems are highly engineered so as to prevent catastrophe. The price for such a system reflects their quality.

What is the best flooring for bathrooms?

The best flooring option for a bathroom floor is porcelain tile. This is due to its low porosity and ability to have additives added to it during manufacture (such as Microban silver particulates that reduce bacterial growth).

Vinyl flooring (vinyl plank) is a viable bathroom flooring material due to its water-resistance and click-system that connects each piece to one-another.

When considering bathroom flooring, it is important to discover whether or not your material is rated for wet conditions. Polished tile should never be used in a bathroom.

How can you save money on your bathroom remodel?

The best ways to save money on your bathroom remodeling include using large-format tiles, alcove bathtubs, and opting for a shower curtain over shower glass.

An alcove tub is a bathtub with only one side exposed. It is the classic bathtub found in hallway bathrooms. The reason that it reduces remodeling expense is due to the fact that it removes the necessity for a tiled floor, alongside a sloped, waterproof shower pan.

Large-format tiles, such as 12”x24”, reduce labor expense because they require less tile to be laid and less grouting to be done.