To re-tile a shower cubicle (or perhaps just re-grout existing tiles) and install a new shower
We're really pleased with the work John has done in the bathroom, it all looks great. He kept us informed throughout, was very reliable and charged a very reasonable rate. Would certainly use him again, and would recommend him to others.Fiona
Hopefully its not too big a job. The tiles we have are cracked and have been letting water down to floor.
Remove bath, lift and replace damp chipboard below, replace bath.
Remove old tiles and re-tile area around bath.
It is a small modern bathroom in a flat about 10 years old so hopefully there will not be complications.
Great guys, really happy with the work they did. Will be using them again. Zoe
replace existing shower unit, wc and basin with new shower enclosure, wc with vanity unit, basin with vanity unit, new wall unit and mirrir above basin, tiling and tiling floor. New units, tiles etc. to be supplied by us.
detail as follows-
Strip out existing shower room
Plumb in shower tray (as per layout)
Disconnect existing shower valve
Refit shower valve & kit after tiling work
Plumb in semi-recess wash hand basin
Install new 1750mm radiator towel rail
Plumb in back to wall W.C.
Plumb in concealed cistern
Alter all drainage and supply pipe work
Fit anti siphon basin trap
Fit ballofix control valves to all supplies
Remove all debris from site
Install all fitted furniture at wash hand basin
Cut out for semi-recess wash hand basin
Install 600mm W.C. Base Unit
Fit top (to be detachable)
Fit tall cabinet (see plan)
Plywood complete floor (prepare for tiling work)
Fit hardwood threshold
Fit new skirtings
Fit glass shower enclosure (after tiling work)
Fit new centre light (supplied by client)
Repair walls inside shower if necessary (prepare for tiling work)
Remove all plasterwork below and around window where necessary
Replaster above area (prepare for decoration work by others)
Tile inside shower area
Tile complete foor
Silicone seal enclosure, worktops, wash hand basin etc.
Our new showerroom is absolutely stunning, a fab job, will definately use them again.Liz
I have a SMALL job which needs doing please. Both my bath and en suite shower unit need to be re-sealed ie the current sealant which is coming away from the wall needs to be removed and replaced with new sealant. It shouldn't take long but I'm not able to do it myself. Grateful for any quotes.
Scott was really helpful, arrived promptly and gave me such a good quote I asked him to do the job there and then, which he did. He gave helpful advise and suggestions on how to fix the problem and did a tidy job - happy to recommend.Deborah
There is an old tank in the bathroom which needs to be dismantled first of all, and then walls etc made good. Then we're looking for the fitting of new bath/toilet and basin in the same places they are now. New tiling.
The Bodan All Trades quote came in higher than the rest, but with the promise that the price would not change if problems were uncovered along the way and with a guarantee of works. Having undertaken quite a few renovations over the years I knew this promise was worth every penny, and I believe in the end my other quotes would have escalated or the quality suffered. Although, there were a couple of hiccups with this project, the staff at Bodan All trades always responded professonally and helpfully, working until we were completely satisfied with the result. It was a delight to work with this company from the outset to the conclusion and I would happily recommend them to anyone! Many thanks, especially to Sean, Tim and Mark. Lyn
Back to wall pan so bulk head needs to be built, semi recessed basin into bulk head too. Bath to be replaced with walk-in shower
This is an extremely hard working group of skilled men headed by the owner Valdeck. He quoted a very fair price for the work and you're given good, honest advice. They are reliable, turn up on time and work solidly putting in long hours to complete the work in a short time. The workmanship is excellent and I'm delighted with the final results of my bathroom renovation. Your home is respected and they tidy up each evening so disruption is kept to a minimum. I have already recommended them to friends and colleagues. This is a company who cares about their reputation.Loraine
This Guys are the best trades men I have worked with so far. the y both came to look at the job and later on emailed me and later phoned as agreed with their quotation.
They came a day before the job was to be as agreed to look at the new bath, sink and toilet to make sure all the materials has been delivered.
Paul and Gus returned the next day as agreed at 8am and started taking out the old bath, sink and toilet and though the old tiles on the bathroom floor was not part of their job they still helped with removing them and those on where the new bath, sink and toilet is supposed to go.
Where they needed new fittings for the job they asked me first and when I agreed they went to the shop and got it and continued with the job.
I have to say they are hard working , easy to discuss things with and overal very very professional and will recommend them to any one and as to be honest they did a perfect job and were consistent and decated.
Thank you very much Gus and Paul, I cannnot thank you enough.
shower and shower tray, lavatory, hand sink.
Remove old bathroom suite (bath, sink, loo).
Retiling of some walls, fit new flooring (vinyl or tiles, not sure yet)
We selected the contractor before we saw the comments of July 1st and 14th June, and our experience seems similar. The tiling work he carried out for us was substandard and unprofessional - very uneven application of the tiles, very variable width of grouting, tiling edging poorly applied without mitred corners. The vinyl flooring was poorly cut with large gaps, which were then filled with a wobbly thick silicon sealant, and cut short of the threshold strip. We raised our concerns but the contractor seemed unable to do a better job, and blamed uneven walls and tiles (even when the tiles were on a new plasterboard surface). We ended up having to call the Police as he became threatening and aggressive, and would not leave our property unless we paid him in full for an unfinished poor quality job. From other comments he seems to be OK on smaller jobs and plumbing, but I am afraid attention to detail and finish on tiling and flooring are not his strengths.Lisa
Small en-suite upgrade. Old toilet and sink have been removed as have tiles. Require new toilet, small cloakroom sink and shower cubicle/tray to be fitted. Existing mains shower is still present. Walls may need some plastering before tiling. Size approx 4m x 1.5m
Hardworking, reliable and very thorough. Took a little longer than expected, partly due to unexpected issues, but high quality job. Excellent value too. Would definitely use again.David
The sink, toilet and bath can stay. The rest needs done! There is a leak causing a damp problem from either the toilet or the bath. The bath panelling and toilet boxing need removing, the leak found, fixed and the panelling replaced. At the same time I would like to 3/4 tile 4 walls (2 of them curved) and the floor. Old tiles will need to be removed from 1 wall. If the budget allows I would also like to replace the electric shower with a new one and put in a more powerful extractor fan than the current one.
Outstanding service. Friendly, flexible, able to offer advice. Good attention to detail and reasonably priced. I cannot recommend Heartwood (Jim Sorbik) highly enough. If you're looking for a bathroom refurb, look no further!Tara
Replacement of a bath and washbasin and shower rail.
Potentially replacing the shower and re-tiling.
Leith Walk, EH7
We are looking to update our en-suite with a new shower tiled floor and suite we would welcome quotes.
Our home was built in 2004 and we are based in EH7
Leith Walk, EH6
The existing bathroom suite, tiles, plasterboard and some flooring need to be removed. There's a false wall enclosing some pipework which I'd like to be reduced as much as possible and what's left hidden into some cupboards with the sink and WC in front. Bath, sink and WC are not moving very much - changing to a corner WC, but it's currently next to the corner. Installation of new suite, including power shower to replace electric shower, and heated towel rail to connect to central heating. New lights, bathroom plasterboard, tiles and flooring will need to be fitted. I haven't bought the units yet, but will probably do that beforehand.
increasing bathroom size and installing a new bathroom; additionally assess whether there is the possibility to enstall an en-suite in master bedroom
City Centre, EH1
We want to completely refurb our bathroom, please can you quote on the job.
It will involve new fixtures/fittings and possibly repositioning these.
Your experience and advice will be beneficial.
Rough budget below is a guess.
City Centre, EH12
Updated : I am planning on selling my flat and I would like to do up the bathroom in preparation for a sale. The bathroom measures c8'5" by c5'5". There is about 10-12m2 of tiling. Original : Refurbish bathroom in my Edinburgh flat
Southside Newington, EH16
Updated : we have basic plans for bathroom refurbishment need all trades, tiling, wet floor, plumbing and electrician. Original : we have basic plans for bathroom refurbishment
need all trades, tiling, wet floor, plumbing and electrician.
Southside Newington, EH9
My daughter and her partner want a refurbishment done on their bathroom in their ground floor flat. They are considering all options including partial replacement of shower with installation of bath and shower over. They would also like quotes for partial or full tiling and repacement of basin and toilet
Southside Newington, EH16
Effectively ripping out existing bathroom and starting again. The room is very small so we're looking for existing wood panelling (3 walls, and ceiling) and tiles (one wall) to be stripped away and for replacement sanitary ware, wall and floor tiling and electric shower to be fitted.
Drum Brae Gyle, EH4
Quote for fitting new bathroom(no bath-just shower,toilet,sink and extractor fan), would prefer contact by e-mail to begin with.