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Find out how much your bathroom renovation project will cost in Sydney. We will help you calculate a sensible budget with an obligation free fixed price written quote.

Get a bathroom renovation Quotation in Sydney


The Passion Built Team has completed hundreds of bathroom renovation projects and knows how to complete them quickly and efficiently. Our expertise will make sure your project is completed with minimum disruption to your daily living arrangements while meeting your budget and brief.


When we provide a quotation for a bathroom renovation project we provide a fixed price quotation and contract. You will know exactly what you are paying for and what is or isn't included. Any unforseen costs are added only once verified via a written variation that is agreed with by both parties.


Passion Built has $20 million dollars public liability insurance and also provides HIA Home Owners Warranty for all our renovation projects. As a qualified and licensed builder we know how important it is for you to have complete peace of mind while we are renovating your home.


Completing any type of home renovation project can be a daunting task for most property owners. The Passion Built team can help you design and plan your bathroom to make sure every element needed is taken care of to reduce the stress and frustration of renovating.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most frequent questions asked about getting quotations for bathroom renovations in Sydney

The words refresh, remodel and renovate are used in millions of different ways by people around the world so there is no definitive answer to ‘what is cheaper to do’ with it comes to making changes to your bathroom or what’s the pricing difference when getting quotations.

In general;

  • Refresh; this might be something simple like painting, changing the lighting, updating the taps or cupboard handles. Most people will do this as a DIY task or get a handyman
  • Remodel; a lot of people will use the term remodel or renovate but mean the same thing. In simple terms a remodel might be changing the vanity, installing a new shower or replacing a bath with a shower. Something relatively simple that i s more than just a refresh but it isn’t a complete bathroom renovation.
  • Renovations; for a lot of people simply painting the walls might be considered a renovation. From our perspective a complete bathroom renovation is when the old room is stripped back to the bare walls and flooring with a completely new bathroom built with every element changed.


The cost to do any type of change to your bathroom might be $50 for some paint to $30,000 for a complete bathroom renovation that includes moving a wall to make more space.

According to Hi Pages bathrooms will typically cost between $15,000 and $30,000 to do complete room renovations but these rooms will also add the most value to a property compared to adding a garage or doing landscaping.

We have written an extensive guide on the cost to do bathroom renovations which you can read here

The most important information you need to prepare when getting a bathroom renovation quotation includes;

  • Project Overview: A brief description of the renovation, including objectives and any specific requirements.

  • Detailed floor plans.

  • Location of fixtures (toilet, sink, shower, bath).

  • Any structural changes (moving walls, doors).

  • Electrical layout for lighting and power points.

  • Specify what needs to be removed (tiles, fixtures, cabinetry).

  • Instructions for waste removal and site cleanliness.

  • Details of any plumbing relocations or new installations.

  • Types of fixtures and fittings (taps, showerheads, toilets).

  • Locations of new power points, lights, or exhaust fans.

  • Specifications for any special electrical features (heated towel rails, underfloor heating).

  • Custom cabinetry or shelving.

  • Any structural framing needed.

  • Extent of waterproofing required.

  • Areas to be tiled (walls, floors).

  • Type, size, and layout of tiles.

  • Grout and silicone details.

  • Surfaces to be painted.

  • Colour and type of paint.

  • Specific models or styles of sinks, toilets, bathtubs, shower screens.

  • Specifications for any vanities, storage units, or mirrors.

  • Material, finish, and hardware details.

  • Requirements for exhaust fans or windows.

  • Proposed start and completion dates.

  • Any constraints (working hours, access).

  • Budget: An indication of your budget can help ensure quotes are realistic.

  • Any necessary building permits or approvals.

These details can help frame exactly what is required for the project to make it quick and easy to get bathroom renovation quotations in Sydney.

When seeking a quote for a bathroom renovation, homeowners should approach the process with a clear plan and detailed information to ensure they receive accurate and comparable estimates from contractors.

Most home owners will get three or four quotes when they are trying to work out how much a bathroom renovation costs in Sydney.

Initially, it’s imperative to have a solid understanding of the desired outcome. This involves considering the design, layout, and specific features desired in the renovated bathroom, such as the type of bathtub, shower, sinks, toilet, cabinetry, and lighting fixtures. Researching these elements in advance can significantly aid in conveying precise requirements to potential contractors.

The next step is to compile a comprehensive scope of work, outlining every aspect of the renovation. This document should include detailed descriptions of all tasks, such as demolition, plumbing, electrical work, tiling, carpentry, painting, and the installation of fixtures and fittings. It’s also prudent to specify materials and finishes, as these can significantly impact the cost. Including floor plans or design drawings, if available, can provide contractors with a clearer understanding of the project scale and complexity.

Once the scope of work is prepared, the homeowner should identify and reach out to several reputable bathroom renovation companies. It’s advisable to choose companies with good reputations, relevant experience, and positive customer reviews. When contacting them, it’s important to request detailed, itemized quotes to ensure all aspects of the project are covered and to facilitate easy comparison between different contractors.

During the quotation process, it’s beneficial for homeowners to arrange site visits. This allows the contractors to assess the existing bathroom, take measurements, and discuss the project in detail. These interactions can also provide insight into the contractors’ professionalism and communication skills, which are crucial for a successful renovation project.

In addition to the cost, the homeowner should consider other factors such as the timeline for completion, the contractor’s licensing and insurance, warranty on workmanship and materials, and the company’s approach to project management and communication. It’s also wise to ask for references or examples of previous work to gauge the quality and style of the contractor’s work.

Once quotes are received, the homeowner should thoroughly review and compare them, paying close attention not only to the total cost but also to how well each contractor has understood and addressed the requirements outlined in the scope of work. The cheapest quote may not always be the best choice if it compromises on quality or doesn’t fully meet the project’s needs.

Finally, before making a decision, it’s essential to ensure that all aspects of the quote are understood, and any discrepancies or concerns are clarified. The homeowner should feel confident in the contractor’s ability to deliver the desired outcome within the budget and timeframe specified. Once a contractor is chosen, a detailed contract should be drawn up, outlining the scope of work, payment schedule, timeline, and any other terms agreed upon. This contract serves as a formal agreement between the homeowner and the contractor, providing protection and clarity for both parties throughout the renovation process.