The bath was turned through 90º to suit the new layout and featured a curved end to create a bit more space around the basin & towel radiator.
The old radiator was removed, and a new chrome towel radiator was positioned to suit the new layout.
A duel fuel heating element was added, meaning that the radiator could be used in the summer months when the central heating wasn’t on.
The redundant airing cupboard that used to house the hot water cylinder before the combi boiler was put in, was removed to make space for a 900x900mm quadrant shower enclosure.
Although you cannot see it clearly in this picture, you can see it here.
An electric shower was also fitted.
The existing carpets were removed and the floor was prepped and then tiled with porcelain floor tiles.
Please see here for more information on the process.
This bathroom installation in Moortown started on a Tuesday and finished the following Thursday.
The work schedule was very tightly organised by a project manager (me) ensuring the work was done in the correct order to give the best finish in the shortest time.
It involved many tradesmen that the homeowner may have found difficult to source individually, and then organise into a tight schedule: On this job we had a tiler, plasterer, plumber, electrician and a couple of labourers & painters – All project managed by a single source to make the bathroom fitting process as smooth as possible.
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