How Much Does it Really Cost to Remodel A Laundry Room


It’s amazing how much use you can get out of such a small space in your home. That’s why when remodeling your laundry room, it makes sense to consider all your options. One of your first questions may be “How much does it cost to remodel a laundry room?” Lucky for you, we’ve got the numbers. Keep reading for what you can expect to spend on a small and large laundry room remodel.

The lowest cost for a laundry room remodel is $2,000

If you’ve got a smaller budget in mind for this project, you can expect to spend around $2,000. Start by pulling together a short list of what you’d like changed…a budget like this takes into consideration that things such as your cabinets, flooring, and washer and dryer are in decent shape. The goal on a smaller budget is to decide what you can live with (for now), and what really needs to be replaced. For example, wait to purchase a new washer and dryer until there is a holiday sale, and just focus on the remodel for now.

If you are hoping to expand your laundry room on this tight budget, we have an easy solution: stackable machines. You don’t have to knock down any walls or expand the space. Plus, the money you saved by stacking appliances can go towards a countertop for folding laundry! Believe us, it can be done… some remodelers have kept their budget under $400.

The average spend is $7,000, but a high-end laundry room remodel could double that amount

On average, the true cost of a laundry room remodel is between $6,000 to $7,000. Expect this number if you’re renovating your laundry room with average fixtures and details because high-end brands, flooring, and other details could double the budget. Yikes! You can save a bit of money on your laundry room remodel by choosing an alternative countertop material and an economical cabinet choice, such as Canyon Creek’s Katana cabinetry.

Don’t forget to keep a contingency plan in mind if you end up with leaky pipes or you have to move connectors. This is especially important if you’re changing the floorplan around! You can avoid moving pipes, connectors and expensive plumbing by designing custom cabinets to maximize your floor plan and space.