Reviews of Bathroom Specialists in Askew, Hammersmith and Fulham
12 December 2013
Repair flooring, grouting, tap, toilet Additional information: I want to re-vamp a small internal bathroom. I don't think the suite needs replacing but could do with new taps (Incl shower attachment for bath), new shower screen and new plugs. There is a big mirror built in next to the bath that I want taken out and tiles replaced to match rest of room (we have spares). I would like new flooring and some grouting where it has got old-looking. Generally needs up-dating and cheering up. I would be open to replacing suite if thought necessary.
Very nice people. It was great to get a proper site visit by informed, experienced member of the company followed by work done by friendly, hardworking team. There were a couple of very minor communication niggles, soon sorted out. Overall a good experience with excellent quality result.
fully tiling walls and floor, removing bath and fitting shower, installing new toilet, cistern and washbasins in different location
Gabriel turned up on time every day - worked very hard with his mate, nothing was too much trouble. Additional work needed was undertaken willingly. The job was completed within the time promised to a high standard and the property left tidy. The completed shower room is superb!! Would recommend Gabriel Construction to anyone as completely reliable and delivering what is required and more on time and in budget.
Remove and replace bath, WC, sink. Install electric shower and shower screen. Replace extractor fan. Install downlighters. Replace radiator with tall towel rail (central heating, not electric). Update electrical certificate. [Possibly re-tile (floor and walls), although this may be done by friends, as will repainting.]
Hugo's team have done a fantastic job on my bathroom. They completed the work a day earlier than expected and I am very pleased with the professional finish they have achieved.
Fitting new bathroom. This includes, removing old toilet and sink (not bath), moving toilet outlet (not difficult as easy space on outside wall), fitting new sink and toilet, building simple wooden cupboard to fit into corner with sink to sit on the tiled top, fitting new shower head and taps on bath including one set into the wall to have a shower head at head height, moving radiator, taking up carpet, tiling walls and floor, tiling window sills, painting and possibly replastering the part of the wall that isn't tiled, installing a large mirror, replacing centre light with downlighters inset into ceiling. Is a small room.
Currently old bathroom but all sound and in good working order.
Adam was very trustworthy and reliable. The work was completed on time, was good quality, and Adam consulted us all the way along as he was doing the work. My only negative comment is that the work was rather rushed at the end, so the bathroom was not left clean and ready to use. I had to spend a whole day cleaning grouting off the tiles and scrubbing the floor, plus cleaning up mess left in the back garden. This is not a major problem, and I'm sure it's because Adam had a very busy schedule with other clients. I would recommend [COMPANY NAME], just make sure they have enough time for the "finishing touches" at the end of the job.
Previous bathroom jobs in Askew, Hammersmith and Fulham
Install 1 x shower cubicle
Additional information: A new shower cubicle 1600mm (L) 900mm(d) 1800(h) with shower tray to be installed on existing floor shower.
Product information: www.bathrooms.com
8 series framed sliding
Remove old shower from one location and make good. New shower in room in different location, make a false wall, tile, install new shower. May need to install new ventilation, extend pipes and drainage. We can get the shower if needed - and shower door etc.
Install 1 x basin, 1 x bath, 1 x mirror, 1 x shower in bath, 1 x toilet Other services required: wooden flooring Additional information: Moved into a new house. Have a modern bathroom but with leaks down walls downstairs, most likely coming from bathroom. Only have a shower and would like a bath so looking at re-installing the whole lot, hopefully fix the leaking as well.
Small bathroom in an 1900 conversion. The room is an odd shape but it is big enough to currently fit a washing machine, walk in shower, sink toilet and not feel cramped. BUT...the shower needs replacing, the tiles need replacing on floor and walls, needs an extra radiator and towel tail, and under floor heating. But is the layout right? what else could we do with the space?
I need to re-do my bathroom and Kitchen. they are next to each other.
what it has:
tiles to ceiling, one shower, one loo, one sink. tiled floor and a fake wall. Bathroom size about 2m by 2m
What it needs,
completely re-tiling (and plasterboard is rotten behind it too) Bath installed and shower reinstalled (pipework from new boiler already set up for this). re-tiling floor. Lastly a fan to get rid of steam. One mini fake wall to be taken out.
What it has:
cupboards, oven fridge, big boiler! size roughly 1.5m by 3m
What it needs:
Plaster boards to cover up gaps to bathroom from where new boiler pipes were installed. All electricity checked (some dodgy plugs) Cupboard to hide boiler. New work surface, new flooring, new oven.. new cupboard doors.. most likely repainting after this work.
Extra work.. possible looking into insulating roof. I have had no plans done, but can get a CAD drawing done of both the bathroom and kitchen.
So moon on a stick..
Design and build a shower, toilet and sink into a cloakroom sized bathroom- 113cm by 133cm sized room. Complete refurbishment of existing bathroom facilities.
Installation of extractor fan and 5 downlights
A bathroom reconfiguration requiring some minor structural work, plumbing and tiling.
Want to fit a free standing bath to replace the current shower/bath combo. This would need to be ripped out as well as retiling the surrounding walls and the floor around the bath fitting this with tiles.
There is also the possibility of removing the hollow 'wall' that currently contains the plumbing for the shower which would obviously no longer be needed.
I will be providing all the tiles and the new bath with waste, stands and taps. The light switch is currently in the shower wall so this would need to be moved back into the main wall.. this may be a separate job.
Updated : We will need to buy the shower too. Original : Need a new power shower fitted which we think will need both plumbing and certified electrical work. Old shower make is a Triton but water pressure seems to be an issue.