I thought it might be helpful to give you guys a general schedule of exactly how many days certain tasks take during a bathroom remodel, however, all remodels are different. Take account the size of your bathroom, the amount of work you are actually having done, and the amount of contractors you have working on the project. So check it out:
1-2 days is going to go to the demolition of your bathroom. Removing all the old fixtures (bathtub, toilet, vanity), knocking down the walls, and clearing out the space.
1-2 days for the plumbing rough in (which should always be done by a registered contractor). If you are moving or relocating certain bathroom fixtures plan for two days because that does take extra time.
1 day for the electrical rough in. There is not much electrical in a bathroom so hooking up the few connections should not take but a day.
2-3 days for installing drywall, insulating the walls, and getting the structure safe and sound.
1 day for painting, you usually have to have a full day for painting so the paint can dry throughout the day without any other work being done.
2 days for tile work. Depending on the amount of tile work this could take three days - if you have a large shower enclosure made entirely of tile, or a large floor to be tiled.
1 day for cabinetry - which usually is just a vanity so it doesn't take long at all!
2-3 days for the hook-ups of your fancy new tub, the toilet, and the faucet.
Now always leave extra time for the unknowns, because there can be unforeseen conditions in a remodel, especially if you have just moved into the house and are not sure how the previous work by the contractors was done. Again, always leave one bathroom untouched until the other bathroom remodels are finished, I promise you will thank me!
Have questions about your future bathroom remodel? Feel free to ask me in the comments or stop by the office! We love to answer any questions you may have!