Reviews of Bathroom Specialists in Hartlepool, Cleveland
25 January 2013
take out the old suite and floor putting in a new one
Very professional quote and assessment of work which needed to be carried out. Excellent choice of products which are of good quality. It took about 7 days for the fitter to carry out the work during which he merticulous, neat and tidy, constantly updating and asking for our preference with the smallest details. It would recommend Agua to my friends and family and would definitely use them again and they have been reliable and friendly.philip
I need old bathroom removed and a new one installed
K.D.M. Builders are a very reliable and excellent value company which I won't
would definetly use again and recomend to any one.
Karl is an honest hard working profressional which always turn up on the time arranged and working around the needs of his client. he allways offer the various options before carrying out the work. Considering that he had to travel for about an hour before reraching my home to fit the new Bathroom suit, he always worked for long days, including trough the week-end which meant we dint have to do witout a Bathroom for very long, unlike other tenders who would only work mon. to Fri. We ar very pleased with the work he has done and wishing K.D.M. all the best for the future.
Mr. and Mrs Benitez
We are renovating a house in Hartlepool that we aim to move into in July and need help.
The old bathroom has been mostly stripped including the wall tiles and old shower removed. The old WC and basin is still in place. It is in need of plastering now.
We are aiming to install a self contained shower cabinet with bathroom furniture cabinets of WC and vanity basin and also have a radiator/heated towel rail to be installed. We have sourced all fittings and will have on site for installation
at the moment the room is stripped of half floorboards. we hope to get the bathroom plastered but dont know whether you would need this to be completed prior to installation.
we can replace the floorboards but would prefer to do that after plumbing as we also want underfloor heating in the bathroom and floor tiles laying.
the bathroom is only only small approx 2400mm x 1800mm
we dont know how to proceed. either to get a plumber and to try and work the other jobs around the installation or whether someone is willing to do the full job
We need some advice and quotes for the work please. We hope it could be completed in the first two weeks of June if possible
We had a complete bathroom install including plumbing, floor tiles and cabinet fitting. We provided our own electrician.
The team are lovely. The tiling was fantastic quality and the plumbing good. The reason they didn't rate a bit higher was that we had to ask them to up the quality of the finish to our standards, especially around the joinery/cabinet fitting work.
So in summary, great for standard plumbing and tiling jobs and a very reasonable rate but if you are looking for a higher level of quality of cabinet fitting you might want to supervise the fitting.Kim and Allan
removal of existing bathroom and shower en-suite. Installation of bath, basin, toilet, shower and screen in bathroom and shower, tray, pivot door basin and toilet in en-suite. Installation of water softener to mains. Installation of two towel radiators. Removal of existing tiles and retiling of all walls and floors approximately 26 square metres in total.
We are very pleased with the work carried out. The finished product certainly lives up to our expectations. Richard was a very conscientious worker who took his time to get things just right. He always cleaned up the mess at the end of the day. He thought very carefully about how the tiles would be arranged on the floors and walls. Any cut tiles were positioned to create a symmetrical effect. He repositioned pipe work to accommodate the basin. He offered advice on finishing touches such as chrome beading to compliment our accessories and the use of grey, rather than white, grout on the floors. He was very patient and entered in to discussions about where accessories would be best placed. When we encountered a minor snag after the job was finished he responded swiftly. We would not hesitate to recommend him and will certainly use him in the future.PATRICIA
Straight change over of 3 piece bathroom suite white- shower taps required on new metal bath with handle,
Unsold Job, Updated Details : nothing additional apart from taking the old suite out and installing a new basic bath, sink and toilet Original : To install a standard basic b and q bath, basin and toilet in to a small bathroom.
Replace shower enclosure, replace shower with riser style shower, replace radiator with chrome towel heater, tile bathroom floor and walls. Floor tile area 6square metres and walls 21square metres.
Supply and fit ... bath, wash basin , w.c. shower, door , tray ---replace radiator with towel rail .. re-tile & advise regarding flooring
old bath and toilet and sink removed ..new ones installed ..to include a shower above bath
We are looking for an experienced bathroom fitter to completely remove and re-fit out en-suite and main bathroom.
We have had a leak from the en-suite shower through to the bathroom next door, damaging the skirting boards and perhaps the plywood floorboards.
We also seem to have had a slow leak under our bath as there is discolouration around that area on the floor and black mould in the garage underneath where the bath is.
We want to reposition the bath and basin in the main bathroom and fit wall mounted sink units in both the en-suite and main bathroom. Both toilets, the en-suite shower and en-suite sink will stay where they are.
We would also like the tiling removing and re-doing as well as the flooring in both rooms which at present is Karndean but we were going to re-fit a soft lino.
We may only do the en-suite if costs run too high but would still need the leak in the main bathroom looking at and the skirting boards in there replacing.
We were going to source all the fittings ourselves as it appears to work out cheaper that way after having a couple of quotes from bathroom specialists who do the 'whole' job!
strip tiles from walls, plaster walls, fit new radiator, fit new towel rail
fit bathroom suite (wc.basin & bath). fit thermostatic shower, new lighting, new extractor, tile bathroom floor
Remove old Bath
Install new plastic, tile effect (Horizontal strips) wall covering,
Install new tile effect floor,
Install and plumb new whirlpool bath,
Install and plumb new sink and toilet
Replace existing manually switched electric fan with humidity controlled one.
Fit newvelectric towel rail
All of the items above are ready for fitting
Size of bathroom is 1.65m x 2.1m
Foggy Furze, TS25
full bathroom - bath, shower, sink, toilet, flooring and tiling required. small bathroom, spacesaver design
St Hilda, TS24
I'm not sure
bathroom needs complete overhaul and all new fittings (bath, sink, shower and loo) also needs tiling and flooring. The current fittings will need removing. Downstairs loo also needs replacing.