Bathroom renovation near me
Bathroom renovation near me
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Experienced handymen, plumbers, and builders can help with small cosmetic changes to your bathroom. They’ll replace showerheads, taps, fit a shower screen door, or even plumb your toilet. But if you’re looking for a complete bathroom overhaul, you need a bathroom renovation specialist. Here’s what you can expect when working with bathroom renovation contractors and tradies:
Step 1. Quote and planning
Your bathroom renovator will normally need to visit your property to create an accurate quote. They’ll base their costings on the size of your bathroom, how long the project will take (usually 13-25 days for a whole bathroom renovation), and materials needed. You’re responsible for choosing and ordering any new fixtures and fittings - bath, toilet, units, tiles, etc. These should be paid for and delivered before the building start date. Your contractor will sent through the quote and draw up a blueprint for all tradespeople to work from, to ensure the project is kept on track.
Step 2. Demolishing your old bathroom
Builders and demolition professionals will strip out your old bathroom and knock through any walls. They’ll remove fixtures and either bin them, put them into storage, or cover them up so they’re protected during building work.
Step 3. Prep for new bathroom
Next, your plumber and electrician will carry out a rough-in fit. This means putting plumbing and electrical wiring in place without connecting it. Next, your carpenter, plasterer, and tiler will build or prepare your walls and floor for decorating. This can take 2-5 days depending on the size of your bathroom and drying time needed for plastering, rendering, and your undercoat of paint.Step 4. Adding your new fixtures
Here you’ll really see your new bathroom come to life. First, your tiler will lay tiles and your painter will paint the walls. Once these are dry, your new bathroom furniture can be moved in. Your plumber and electrician now complete any connections. Your contractors will apply waterproofing and sealant around sinks, showers, and bathtubs. Finally, glass fixtures, like mirrors or shower doors, are installed.Step 5. Final inspection and clean
With everything installed and dry, your bathroom renovator will carry out a final inspection. They’ll clear away and dispose of any bits leftover by the tradies. Your contractor might complete a basic clean, but you might also want to book a renovation cleaning service so your new bathroom is absolutely spick and span.
Becontree, Greater London
24th May 2021
I need a shower and bathtub fitted and tiling and toilet leak fixed the toilet you will need to bring you own equipment please thank you
Greenwich, Greater London, SE10
24th Jun 2019
remove some tiles and the shower. put in a bath and shower system
Lewisham, Greater London
27th Jan 2019
Due by end of Feb. We are looking for somebody to completely replace our (very!) small bathroom. The fitting would include: - retiling around bath and splashback (not all walls) - replacing suite - moving bath taps to other end and installing a from-bath showerhead - installing new fan - touching up plaster from removed tiles - cutting to fit the WC/vanity around the toilet and pipes - laying floor - replacing radiator with heated towel rail - If not a significant increase in cost we would like the cabling to light switch, that has casing around it, buried but this would be an optional thing. We were planning on knocking down the existing tiles and painting the non-tiled bits (everywhere except around bath and splashback) ourselves. However we’d also be grateful if you could also give us a quote for you undertaking these two jobs additionally to the above please. We have purchased almost all the materials and they’re ready at the flat.
Silvertown, Greater London
17th Jun 2018
Line store cupboard with shelves, mount numerous fixtures in two bathrooms, install door closers and stoppers, hang mirror and pictures.
Romford, Greater London, RM1
1st Mar 2020
I am looking for a good plumber to remove the old bath, sink and toilet and install a new bath, sink and toilet in my rather small bathroom. Must have your own equipment, I will provide any materials needed. Pictures will be uploaded shortly. The bath will be a double ended bath (if I can source one to fit) otherwise a single ended one. Thanks
Canary Wharf, Greater London
9th Jun 2019
1. Removal of old tiles and installation of new tiles of 4 bathroom walls (210 x 220) and floor (180 x 220) 2. Removal of old bathtub and installation of new quadrant shower cubicle, tray (90 x 90) and shower fittings 3. Removal of old extractor and installation of new extractor 4. Replace pull cord switch with wall switch for bathroom light (separate light switch from extractor switch) 5. Removal of old towel rack and installation of new towel rack
Ilford, Greater London, IG1
26th Nov 2018
Replacing tiles. Replacing bath suite, including sink, bath tub and toilet. Tiling floor.
Dagenham, Greater London, RM10
11th Jun 2021
I need the old bathroom pulled out and replaced with new set. shower changed for a bathtub.
Belvedere, Greater London
22nd Aug 2019
Im looking for plumber to install a new bathroom suite including tiling. Please give me a quote.
Manor House, Greater London, N4
18th May 2019
The shower door which is a bespoke installation does not hang correctly, it hangs slightly open so the water from the shower leaks onto the floor. It is unclear how the fixings for the shower door can be adjusted to make it hang correctly. The fixings are to the wall and are also bespoke. Pictures can be provided. The toilet flush function also needs fixing, the large flush works but the small flush doesn't.
Stratford New Town, Greater London
28th Oct 2018
Hi - need a bathroom light fixture tended to which has come lose and we want to change the light bulb but can’t . Also a sliding door has come off the slide on a cupboard which needs fixing .