Project managed bathroom, en suite & downstairs loo installations

Combining a Bathroom & Toilet Into One

This article shows how adding combining a WC and separate bathroom into one larger room can be accomplished by a turnkey bathroom installation company such as ukbathroomguru.com

 

Separate toilet & bathroom

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We install bathrooms from start to finish, supplying all the necessary trades and project managing the whole process, so you don’t have to! We normally supply & fit bathroom suites but in this example we fitted a customer supplied suite.

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Combining a toilet & bathroom into one (case study)

Prior to work beginning, a free site survey was carried out where I discussed the customers needs.

I looked at the existing plumbing & drainage facilities which would affect the layout & positioning of the new suite and worked with the customer & my local bathroom supplier to produce a scheme that suited the customers tastes, and budget.

Plans were drawn up, costs, schedules and payment terms were agreed and then work began….

PS Please see here for more information on my general process

Existing shower

Existing bathroom prior to renovation
The old suite was removed and the non supporting wall between the toilet & bathroom was removed to open up the space.
Bathroom gutted prior to retiling
The tiles were stripped back, and the walls were then reboarded prior to tiling.
Old doorway blocked up

The old toilet doorway was blocked up…..
New entrance to bathroom

and this left the doorway into the old bathroom as the doorway into the new space.
Wall tiling over old doorway

The old doorway was then tiled over
Walls tiled

Feature tile

As well as the rest of the walls and the floor.
Shower bath

A shower bath was fitted with a thermostatic mixer shower set above it.
Large towel radiator over old doorway

A large chrome towel radiator replaced the existing radiator that used to be on the separating wall.
AC & basin fitted bathroom furniture

Fitted furniture was installed to increase bathroom storage.

Bathroom furniture

This consisted of a tall storage unit, a WC unit & a basin unit with a semi recessed basin.

 

Costings

Please see here for more information on this subject

Other work done

• Plastering
• Disposal of all associated renovation waste
• Installation of bathroom lights & an extractor fan to control the effects of bathroom humidity
• Painting of the ceiling with anti-mould bathroom paint

PS Please see here for how important it is to be able to bring together various trades in order to complete a bathroom installation.

Time taken

Approximately 1.5 weeks.

PS Please see here and here for more information on typical bathroom installation timescales

How We Helped This Customer

1. We listened to the customers requirements and sourced an excellent quality bathroom suite from our local bathroom supplier.
2. We pointed this customer in the direction of our preferred local tile supplier, from which they were able to acquire a tile they loved.
3. We provided a turn key bathroom installation comprising of bringing together the following trades:
• labourers for the rip out
• plasterer for the ceiling
• painter & decorator for the walls & ceiling and hall
• plumber for fitting the bathroom suite
• tiler for the wall & floor tiling
• All these trades were managed to complete the bathroom in under 2 weeks.
We also arranged for the waste disposal via our local skip supplier (in areas where access is limited we have other means of waste removal so don’t worry.)

Summary

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