How much does it cost to remodel a shower?
Picture a glass and marble jewel box, plunged in light, billowing with steam. It’s furnished with a leafy hanging fern and a comfy teak bench, all drenched in a warm, pulsing summer rain.
With a setup like this, you’d sing in the shower, too.
It’s easy to upgrade any shower, and no need to rob a bank (or the nearest bath showroom). HomeAdvisor, which connects homeowners and pros, says the cost of shower remodels generally ranges from $2,300 to $8,600, adding that they can sometimes be done for less with shower kits (prefab parts that arrive separately but are designed to come together quickly, with the help of a plumber) and one-piece prefab shower stalls or liners, consisting of a single three-wall unit, typically made from acrylic or fiberglass.