First floor flat, with bathroom situated over a downstairs utility cupboard. Wet rot found in 3 joists (inc wall plate) running across cupboard ceiling/bathroom floor. Have been advised that rotted wood (approx 1 metre in length) needs cutting back and new joists bolting on. This will involve moving pipes that run parallel to joists.
The whole bathroom (approx 3x4m) will need to be taken up to gain access to perform remediation work. I would then like a new bathroom suite, a wall (from bath to ceilng) retiled and the floor retiled.
As I will be making a building insurance claim, I would like a split quote for the repair work and the new bathroom.
Fantastic job - clean, tidy and friendly. Worked extremely hard and were very considerate. Will happily hire to renovate rest of our home! Highest recommendations!!Melanie
Shower bath suite, white tiles and bath suite.
All removed tiles, panels and plaster must be factored into the quote.
Ay Installation have performed a fantastic job, we had to wait for work commencment but it has all been done to a high level and very pleased with the finished job and as a result well worth the wait. The finished job looks better than i had hoped, top good job Andy. Thanks.Selwyn
Remove existing floor tiles and replace with new. Temporarily remove shower, fix leaks, re-install shower. This is repair work after a 'cheap' fitter did his best, which was pretty bad....
We are looking for a good bathroom fitter at reasonable rates to fit bathroom suite as well as tiling & flooring. We currently have tiles and shower which needs to be removed.
Tap cartridge needs replacing. Old one has rusted and nut shearing so would like a professional to handle. New parts ready to use.
Bathroom needs tiling (old tiles have been removed). The plumbing is to be carried out by someone else, pipes are already in place.
My bathroom was done about 5 years ago and i'm not really happy with certain aspects of it.
need bathroom sorting, possibly looking at plumbing and new bath with shower end. re tiling and possibly vent / fan putting in.
I have a shower cubicle that has been tiled floor to ceiling on 2 walls. A leak has appeared through the mastic and the plasterboard behind the tiles has soaked up the water. I require the shower cubicle taken out, the tiles to come off and a new plaster board installed. The tiles to be put back up and the shower cubicle to be reinstalled. Finally new seal all round.
To have new bathroom,flooring &tiling
fit new bathroom and tile
I'm not sure
To install a bathroom bought from Homebase inluding a bath, shower (which we do not currently have), toilet, sink and a new radiator. To also retile the bathroom