We install quality bathrooms from start to finish, with all the bits in between taken care of.
Your bathroom may be looking a a bit tired or in need of an overhaul or it may no longer suit your families needs.
Or maybe a recent leak has prompted you to finally look at a more long term solution or you’re fed up with a pathetic piddly shower in a freezing cold bathroom.
Maybe you dream about relaxing under a nice hot shower after a long day at work or soaking your cares away in a nice comfortable bath in beautiful surroundings after a hectic day with the kids or grandkids.
Whatever, your particular situation or reasons for coming here, we can help you update your bathroom.
We do everything required from start to finish and project manage the whole process, so you don’t have to!
Bathroom installations like yours involve many different skill-sets:
Firstly, your space needs to be designed by someone who knows what they’re doing, and preferably someone with:
a) masses of fitting experience
b) a design background
I have designed, planned and then subsequently installed hundreds of bathrooms like yours so I know what works and what doesn’t, and I can help you plan your space effectively.
Oh, and I also trained as a designer prior to starting this company, and worked as a project manager for a design firm after university.
This means that you’ll get a great looking bathroom that functions correctly for years to come.
The best of both worlds!
A little word to the wise about design & planning!
Bathroom planning cannot be done by someone remotely – they need to actually be in your house to see how the existing plumbing is laid out as this will determine where suite items can be located.
No-one in a remote bathroom showroom (for example) will know which way the joists run under the floor or how the walls are constructed. This means that they simply DO NOT KNOW whether it is feasible to move suite items around as they are not able to consider any local factors specific to your house.
So please ring a fitter before committing to buying £1000’s worth of sale items that will not work with your new intended layout. These sale items do not reflect good value for money in these instances!
PS If you think I’m joking I priced a job for a couple who had bought £3000+ worth of suite items from the Bathstore sale (as they were seemingly very impressed with the professionally drawn up ‘plan’) only for me to tell them that it was impossible to fit all the items where they wanted them due to plumbing constraints.
Don’t let this be you!
We start the design & planning phase with a FREE site survey, during which time we take the opportunity to:
- meet you and discuss your requirements.
- measure up the space and assess the current building / plumbing / electrical constraints to make sure everything will work correctly.
- make suggestions towards what would work under the circumstances identified above.
PS If you’ve already decided everything you want, then that’s great, but it’s equally fine if you haven’t got a clue and want some advice – this is what the site survey is all about (and it’s free with no obligation to buy – though we do have a helpful guide on pricing so you can see what’s feasible in your circumstances before you get in touch.)
Within a week, we’ll send you a highly detailed written estimate for the work to be done.
- You can see where you’re investing your hard earned money as all prices will be split into different trades (e.g. plumbing, tiling, plastering, electrics, joinery) as well as labour & materials where possible.
- You can be confident that your project will run smoothly, as the estimate will also state who is responsible for what and when e.g. customer will supply a & b before work commences, we will supply x, y & z upon commencement of work etc (so there is little opportunity for misunderstandings leading to delays and conflicts.)
- You can feel safe in your choice of installer as an itemised, detailed estimate essentially acts as a contract between you (the customer) and me (the contractor) and helps hold both parties to account, limiting risk on both sides.
We may also show you what your installation is likely to look like so you can visualise the final result.
After your plans are in place, your bathroom items need to be procured.
This normally means the suite, tiles, flooring and a few other bits and bobs (technical term.)
This is where we can save you the time and aggravation of trekking round loads of showrooms on all of your free weekends!
Simply speak to us about what you would like during the FREE site survey and show us some Pinterest pictures, Houzz photos or anything else you’ve seen online, and then I’ll source everything for you from my network of local suppliers (and it probably won’t cost you any more because of the good relationships I have with them).
Doesn’t that sound easier?
However, if you want to see items in the flesh I can direct you to some of the local showrooms that I think suit your particular requirements, or if you want to supply some items such as the tiles then we can usually work something out.
My primary bathroom suite supplier is in Armley, and they have an excellent showroom so you can look at your proposed items before committing to purchase (though I recommend having your FREE site survey done prior to going.)
Project managed bathroom services
Having designed, planned & procured your bathroom, you now need to find some chaps to install it.
This requires more than just a plumber unfortunately.
A normal bathroom renovation will require:
- a general dogs body / plumber to rip out the old suite and strip all the tiles, wallpaper, flooring etc.
- a plasterer to re-board the walls and skim the ceiling if required.
- a plumber & an apprentice to plumb in the new suite.
- a tiler to tile the walls.
- a floor fitter to fit the laminate or vinyl floor.
- an electrician to install the lighting, shaver point, extractor fan or electric showers / radiator.
- a painter to paint the walls and or ceiling.
- someone to clean up!
Why should you stress about finding all these separate tradesmen and then co-ordinating them all together when we can do it for you?
Why should you worry about finding all these separate tradesmen and then lining them all up to work at the correct time in the critical path so you’re not left without facilities for longer than required?
And that’s before you even consider managing deliveries, waste disposal, council approvals (where necessary) and how all of the various trades overlap.
This is why centrally controlled bathroom installations by an experienced project manager are much less likely to go wrong, over budget or over schedule.
I have a team of guys that allow us to complete standard bathroom renovations from start to finish in around 2 weeks or under.
This gives you the minimum time spent without facilities (though we can put the loo back in temporarily on a night.)
So to summarise
|no stress sourcing lots of different tradesmen||+||less likely to go wrong / over budget||=||happy you|
We’ve done lots of bathroom renovations over the past few years so you can be sure that your bathroom is in safe hands.
If you would like a new bathroom designed and installed by an experienced project manager and an expert fitting team click below to apply for a free site survey.
Why not see what’s possible by speaking to someone who’s done literally hundreds of installations for people just like you?
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