How Much Does a Curbio Bathroom Renovation Cost?

What’s the catch? Your prices must be high.

If we had a dime for every time we heard this about Curbio, we could probably provide renovations for free. Delivering a quick and easy pre-sale renovation experience with onsite Project Managers and a pay at closing program sounds too good to be true.

There really is no catch—but we get it, promises only go so far. That’s why we’re showing just how affordable our pre-sale renovations are with a detailed look at a home in Dallas, TX that needed some updates to appeal to today’s buyers. 

Denise Adrian, real estate agent with Ebby Halliday, was able to help her sellers make an additional $40k in profit after working with Curbio on pre-sale renovations. We completely gutted and updated the bathrooms, painted, replaced the roof, and installed new flooring in addition to some smaller improvements. As a result, the home was under contract within 9 days!

Here is a closer look at the renovation we did on the master bathroom renovation we completed.

Let’s start with the before and after photos.


According to HomeAdvisor, the average master bathroom remodel costs $18,000. How much do you think this Curbio bathroom renovation cost? Read on to find out.

Summary of Work Completed

  • Demo
  • Create knee wall (A knee wall is a short wall, typically under three feet in height, used to support the rafters in timber roof construction)
  • Install new shower complete with custom glass door, tile surround, and custom tile pan
  • Install two new vanities
  • Replace lighting and medicine cabinet
  • Remove and reinstall toilet
  • Install new water line for vanity
  • Electrical work

Cost: $15,074

We’re proud to say that the total bathroom renovation cost came in lower than the average. The agent didn’t have to manage the renovation, as we handled all details from proposal to punchlist. And the seller didn’t have to pay for the materials or our work until after the home sold.  There were no fees or interest, and there was absolutely no catch.

We also renovated a Jack and Jill bathroom in this home. Here’s a peek at that bathroom before we renovated. After project costs, the seller walked away with a profit of $40,000.