Renovating a bathroom space is something many homeowners choose to do, especially those who live in an older house with a bathroom area that is outdated and lacking in both style and functionality. However, one of the challenges homeowners face is the cost for bathroom renovations.

When the average cost of a bathroom renovation comes in at around $15,000, there are many people that, even though their bathroom space may need to be renovated, simply may not be able to afford it. Fortunately, with Bathroom Resurfacing in Perth, considerable cost savings can be achieved, making renovating the bathroom a more financially feasible option.


While there are many ways that a homeowner can cut costs for a bathroom renovation, some of those cost saving options can significantly reduce the quality of the finished product. The good thing about resurfacing is that not only does it save money, but it can improve the durability of the features that are resurfaced. For example, a common area that is resurfaced in a bathroom is the countertop.

Purchasing new countertops can be quite expensive, especially if a person is considering natural stone. With Bathroom Resurfacing, existing countertops, regardless of the material, can be resurfaced to mimic natural stone.

This resurfacing is done with the application of a special acrylic material. This material is extremely durable, lasting anywhere from 10 to 15 years, if properly taken care of. In addition to the price, the amount of time it takes to resurface bathroom countertops is much faster than ordering new stone materials and waiting the time it takes to have them cut, delivered and installed.

Simply because you don’t have a great deal of money to spend on a bathroom renovation project doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to enjoy a bathroom that is both beautiful and functional. When resurfacing services, a person with outdated and unattractive countertops can take their existing countertop materials and breathe new life into them. Not only does this improve the look of the bathroom, but it’s dramatically cheaper than new countertop materials. When you add on the fact that this work can be done much faster than replacing the existing countertops with stone materials, it makes it an option worth considering.