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NL Electrical and Maintenance
Bathroom fitting / installation in Southend-on-sea, SS1 2SP
JIL Services
Bathroom fitting / installation in London, W9 1QU
Daniel Rugu
Bathroom fitting / installation in Beckton, E6 5UH
Watertrade / Build Trade
Bathroom fitting / installation in Maidenhead, SL6 9AY
Timberland Carpenters
Bathroom fitting / installation in Chelmsford, CM3 2HH
CLEARWATER ANGLIA LIMITED
Bathroom fitting / installation in Norwich, NR13 6JY
Hodge plumbing & heating services
Bathroom fitting / installation in Reading, RG2 7ST
R & O PLUMBING & MAINTENANCE LIMITED
Bathroom fitting / installation in London, SW16 5EW
CHARTER PROPERTY REPAIRS LIMITED
Bathroom fitting / installation in Norwich, NR9 3AB
Handyperson 24/7 Maintenance
Bathroom fitting / installation in London, N7 6PH
AVANTGARDE PROPERTY RENOVATION LIMITED
Bathroom fitting / installation in London, WC2H 9JQ
FLR PROCUREMENT LIMITED
Bathroom fitting / installation in Chelmsford, CM3 8AE

Latest Bathroom fitting / installation Reviews

Viogas
20 Jun 2019
Jono Rae Maintenance And Renovations Ltd
20 Jun 2019
Lillywhite Property Services
20 Jun 2019
Plumbers 4 U
20 Jun 2019

Find a local bathroom specialist

Use Plentific to find the local professionals to create the bathroom you want in your home. Bathroom fittings encompass the installation of basins, toilets, baths, showers, tiles, plumbing, lighting and heating. Bathroom fittings can also incorporate cupboards, vanity units, mirrors and painting. Many local professionals could be helping to fit your bathroom as there are multiple trade specialists required.

What to think about when getting your bathroom fitted

As you begin to hire your local tradesmen, you will need to think about all aspects of your new bathroom. This includes the buying of materials such as tiles, taps, designing the layout.

First consider the location of your bathroom within the house and whether there are any limits in terms of accessing. What’s the door size, where is it in relation to the rest of the room and would it allow for the layout you want.

Also consider the accreditation of your local tradesmen. They buy your materials and will be in charge of fitting the room and so you want to know that they are qualified local professionals. Qualified professionals have codes of conduct that they are required to follow.

Your local plumber and heating specialist, for example, would need to be registered with APHC. The businesses who qualify are committed to high standards of workmanship and customer service. This may sound obvious, but also ensure that the plumber you choose is fully licensed, meaning that they are registered with a local authority. A quick cash in hand deal may seem appealing, but remember the risks involved and play it safe.

What does a bathroom fitter do

A local bathroom fitter would be looking to install or replace a basin, toilet and/or bath/shower. They could also implement underfloor heating, tile the room and change the taps.

The beginning of the process, if it’s a full bathroom fitting, is for the local professional is to isolate the hot and cold water supply to bathroom appliances before draining and removing radiator(s), they then need to remove the old appliances, tiles and floor coverings.

They would then complete any building alterations to the room, such as adding or removing walls, overboard ceilings, drylining and plastering. The nature or level of this type of work will dictate whether pipework modifications are carried out at the same time or beforehand.

Following this, there would be the re-configuration or extension of hot/cold supplies and waste pipes to suit the new appliances. The bath/shower trays are next and then the tiling of the walls and floor. Finally, the WC, basins, shower enclosures and towel rail/radiators are installed.

How much does a bathroom fitter cost?

Your local bathroom fitter will have rates for each task and will be able to quote you depending on the scale of the job. Use Plentific to compare the best quotes for local professionals that can install your basins, baths, showers as well as carry out the tiling and decorating.

Latest Bathroom fitting / installation Jobs Posted

Jesse
Shower runs hot water only. Water stops totally when turned to cold.
Candice
i need a whole new bathroom fitted as i am disabled and need a shower next to my bath. i