Reviews of Bathroom Specialists in Nelson, Norwich
1 December 2013
Install 1 x basin, 1 x bath, 1 x heated towel rail, 1 x shower cubicle, 1 x tap, 1 x toilet, vinyl flooring Other services required: wall tiling Customer will supply: bathroom suite, tiles, flooring Additional information: HELP! We have just been let down by a plumber who has cancelled at the last minute. Have already bought the suite, tiles and floorings and they are awaiting collection from three separate locations. Do not have a car so cannot collect. Would obviously like the quote to be similar to the one previously agreed to, as I am working to a budget. Looking for an experienced person who is good at problem solving - and who may be able to help with future jobs too.
Customer owns and lives at this property
Martyn is a skilled and knowlegable tradesman who takes great pride in his work. Were let down by a previous fitter but now have a bathroom to be proud of. It took some time to get there but Martyn agreed on a fixed quote for labour, so this must have bothered him more than us! He is a hard working person who likes to get on with the job and show initiative. This can be good or not so good, depending on how much of a control freak you are! With good communication, I'd definitely recommend
Complete refurbishment of a very small bathroom. New toilet, bath and sink needs installing. Floor and wall tiles need doing. Plus paint job. Room is about 180cm x 150cm.
I spent a few weeks getting together materials for a bathroom. Luke was extremly helpful, made very good suggestions and always responded very quickly to any queries I had. We were selling our house and our buyers didn't want the new bathroom. I had to threfore cancel Luke's work literally a day before he was due to start. He was an absolute gent about it and wished me all the best with the move. Would certainly use Luke next time as he was an absolute professional at the planning stages.
Need to get a quote for installation of new bath, sink, WC, shower enclosure and radiator plus also look at options for tiling and flooring. The position of the fittings is to stay the same.
Depending on pricing I may source the fittings myself and if this is the case, might wait for August Bank Holiday sales to buy. Hoping to get the project finished by the middle of September.
My budget is £2000 Customer owns and lives at this property
replacement of leaking behind wall shower
Removing old bath and installing new bath finishing with sealant and a little tiling.
We need to install a shower and loo compartment into a downstairs room for someone who is no longer mobile to have an ensuite. This will require partitioning walls but the whole job needs to be done in a way that will make it easy to reconvert the room to a dining room again at a later date. There is easy access to incoming hot and cold water and to waste pipe.
tiling and bathroom suite fitting
Updated : The wall is non load bearing and some of the bathroom fittings can be reused. Original : I would like to knock down the wall between the existing adjoining toilet and wetroom and make one larger bathroom. I would also like to add an en suite to the bedroom using a macerator style toilet.
2 ladies toilets, 1 mens plus 2 urinals, 1 disabled toilet with baby changing facilities all to be designed and built
Small bathroom 120cm x 300cm ish
Replace and install new bath, toilet and basin. Install new towell rail. Replace and install electric shower above bath. Tile floor and walls. Replace and fit new cabinet above sink.