Reviews of Bathroom Specialists in Dalkeith, Midlothian
13 December 2011
remove old tiles and replace on
3 walls.take out bath and replace with shower unit.Replace existing floor covering.
Went on holiday for a week & left Tom the house keys. We came home to a completed first class job, new floor,walls, cistern,sink & shower, no mess & all yhe old materials removed. Tom even called back to fit a mirror which we had picked after the work was completed.Michael
All suite to be kept. walls approx 8'x5'. Tiling for 1/3 of that area, floor tiling if not too expensive, supply and fit panel, toilet seat and possibly skirts. Skimming remaining walls, supply and fit new shower rail.
D Gair Tiling did a first class job on the bathroom (floor and wall tiles, pastering, securing bathroom furniture etc). They were both knowledgable, full of good advice, personable and hard working.
They gave us a start date that wasn't months ahead, turned up with advice and samples several times and...get this...they actually turned up first thing in the morning on the day they were due to start!!! I swear this is a rare and precious thing!
What is more, they turned up again every day at the same time, before 9am, and began working until the job was finished. Honestly, it is not often we have such a good experience, and it is just these things outlined above that would make us use Donald again and heartily recommend him to our friends.samantha
Help customer select fittings:
Fit toilet, towel heater, bath, sink, shower screen, mirror, bathroom cabinet, decorate the room to finish, fit (tiled?) floor.
STRONGLY NOT RECOMMENDED. Finished resultant bathroom is an absolute disaster and pretty much needs to be done again. It isn't water tight, the tiling is an absolute mess, the toilet is squint, the sink is squint and although they quoted for decorating the room, it hasn't been done and they are now disputing this. The proprieter came back to review the resultant mess they have left, he agreed with all 22 faults we made on a list and vowed to 'sort it out' by employing a professional tiler to come and take the tiles down and put new ones up. He has now changed his mind, and is now saying he will only put the tiles back and we have to pay someone to take the tiles down - where's the justice in this? When we objected he said 'take it or leave it' - he's on another job now so doesn't have time - what about finishing our job??? The other 21 faults on the list he is now disputing. The mess they made was disgusting - 3 carpets were ruined due to lack of dustsheets and to cap it all off they let the central heating completely empty itself all over the sitting foom carpet - ruining it. The rubbish created by the bathroom refurb is still sitting in my drive way 3 weeks later - despite numerous promises to remove it. We've asked them to claim on their insurance to sort this out - which they promised they had - but their are saying they won't claim on it. If this isn't sorted within the next 2 weeks, I fully intend to take them to court.
Extending a 2m square bathroom into a hallway and large cupboard. New size will be 2x3.4m approx. Redesigned bathroom layout with full wall and floor tiling. We will need a new bathroom suite, preferably a standing bath and separate shower cubical. We will need a building warrant for the extension and possibly support where the current wall is.
remove and replace sealant around bath
We are lookng for a tradesman to assist with re-furbishing our bathroom. Work will require:
Tiling - walls and floors
Installation of New Bath, Sink and Toilet
Joinery - to create a unit to hold cistern, sink etc.
We are looking for a couple of quotes to have the work completed in the next few weeks. We have chosen our fittings and are happy to discuss whether the job would be supply and fit or just to fit.
I've just moved into a new house and am looking for someone to put in a new shower cubicle upstairs and put in a whole new simple cost effective bathroom downstairs.
Midlothian East, EH22
The job is to strip out the existing bathroom suite - bath (shower within bath), wc & washbasin and to fit a new wc, shower unit with seat, washbasin and hand rails.
Existing tiles being kept on some areas of wall but new wall panels to be fitted on top of existing tiles around new shower area. New flooring to be laid. All materials have been purchased.
The grout in an area of the shower tiles has disintegrated. I have tried to repair it but the grout keeps coming out again. This has led to a damp patch in the plasterboard wall at the side of the shower and presumably the back of the tiles in the shower will be wet as well.
Replace shower cabinet. Replumb shower to hide pipes. Replumb waste as appropriate.
Small bathroom (170 x 200) approx. Straight bath and panel, back to wall toilet and semi recessed sink and cabinets to house them.
I'm looking for estimates with and without tiling.
Floor approx 2 m2
Walls approx 12 m2
Midlothian East, EH22
underfloor heating, tiling and electrics also required