We always use a qualified electrician for all electrical work. Once work has been completed you will receive an electrical safety certificate.
Never! Plastered walls are only able to take a certain amount of weight (usually 20kg per square metre) and tiles can weight a lot. Tiling on top of other tiles means that the weight is doubled plus we don't know how good the adhesive was under the first tiles. Tiling over old tiles is simply [...]
This depends on the complexity of what is involved but the main point to note is that once we have started your project, we stay on it 5 days per week until it is finished. This means that we complete the project as quickly as we can thereby reducing inconvenience to you and your family.
We offer a one year workmanship guarantee as standard on all of our projects. This guarantee is on addition to the guarantees you get from product providers such as bath companies, brassware manufacturers etc.
No. We used to do a fit only service but found that virtually every job had problems with items not fitting, wrong products, poorly made products or items simply not arriving on time which held us up. The main benefits of a design, supply and fit service to everyone is that good quality items are [...]
Bathroom projects vary depending on the complexity of the installation. Day one is always spent removing the old bathroom suite and tiles etc. It is often the case that plasterboarded walls are damaged by the tiles and need to be removed too. There are usually a few days of prep work such as installaing pipework, [...]
How long is a piece of string? There is no easy answer for this question. Every bathroom is different and everyone has different design choices and cost parameters. Even a very basic fit would cost around £3000 for supply of decent sanitaryware and fitting. The internet is full of 'cheap' offers but we would never [...]
The messiest part of the job is removing the old bathroom. We do everything we can to minimize dirt and dust. Dust sheets are laid from the front door to your bathroom. We use an air filter which is usually positioned just outside the room. This is capable of recycling 720 cubic metres of air [...]
Tanking is creating a waterproof area within the bathroom, usually around the bath or shower or if it is a wetroom, the whole room itself. The most common claim in the UK insurance industry is for escaping water. If water is able to get behind a tile in a wet area then the plasterboard is [...]