Reviews of Bathroom Specialists in Northamptonshire
2 February 2013
We have a square shower enclosure installed into the corner of a bathroom - this has now leaked in both corners and has resulted in mildew and damp - this was replaced 2 years ago and I can only assume was poorly fitted so I need someone to assess what needs to be done to make good and refit the enclosure as I don't want to replace with it being only 2 years old. Suspect affected plasterboard will need replacing Thanks
Came out on a weekend at no extra cost and very short notice. Friendly professional and did a fast and efficient job. Would not hesitate to recommend and will be using him again for any odd jobs that need sortingPerry
Remove existing bath toilet and basin,replace with shower unit , toilet,washbasin,
Tile all walls and floor there are no plans and the items required would be purchased by the tradesman
Had only a rough idea of what I wanted in my bathroom, dominic explained everything he was planning to do and gave me a lot of suggestions of what would suit the bathroom i was looking for the bathroom was completed on time ,he was reliable professional and everything was fitted with care and nothing was to much trouble, he was very tidy and all the rubbish was removed, I would have no hesitation in recommending him to friends and familySusan
Updated : only tiling to do will be about 100 tiles the rest has already been done
Original : i want a wetroom installation with shower screen, shower, extractor and toilet moving and sink unit.
i have had a leak which has caused floor boards to be damaged.
Dominic gave us his quote and he kept within this budget and did a very good job for us. I would recommend him and he also made sure he cleaned up after each day and was respectful of the carpets
Restoration of downstairs cloakroom. Was previously a toilet but house owners before removed toilet and cemented the piping. Would like to turn back into a toilet with small cloakroom sink and toilet (which we will purchase ourselves) but need a quote on how much this would cost. To be completed before Christmas if poss.
Excellent job and completed in half the time it should have taken. Very professional, helpful and a very good service. Graham even changed a seized stopcock for free as an added extra! Would not hesitate to use again or recommend to others. Thanks so much Graham!toni
Straight forward swap over but taps have to be moved from one end of the bath to the other -electric shower will need to be disconnected and capped off.
Andy is brilliant - will defo use him again for boiler servicing etc. Our bathroom looks amazing - like a 5* hotel - he is something of a perfectionist - which in our house (the house of horrors) is something near on impossible to acheive - but he did!Rachel
replace existing showerlux door and tray (900mm square); questionmark over replacement of mira shower (runs off mega flo pressurised water system); reseal/regrout shower cubicle; advice on and implementation of improvements to ventilation (existing ceiling fan - care needed as property is grade 2 listed); replacement of tiled panel to front of bath to ensure removable for maintenance access; replacement of bath taps(mixer and shower chrome) and sink taps (mixer chrome);
Good job, very high standard of finish, thoughtful in recommending solutions - thoroughly recommend.Liz
Making an existing shower room into a wet room. All fittings and fixtures to be replaced. Room approx 3mx3m
2 rooms to be done a new build (4 yr old) house...
1) En-suite to master bedroom: new shower unit and sink to be installed; lighting above shower unit to be fixed (currently one spot light installed with no access to change bulb); ceiling paint beginning to flake so needs to be re-done; tiling also like to be re-done; new radiator to be fitted too
2) Main bathroom: new 3 piece suite to be fitted, (currently there is no shower facility in here - would like to change this); tiling to be either added to or re-done completely
Both bathrooms currently have no mixer taps on sinks and bathtub.
William Knibb, NN16
New bathroom suite- white + pine bath panel using existing mixer bath/shower taps.
Tile around behind washbasin floor to ceiling, continuing around bath to ceiling including around window/window sill.
Remove cupboard around boiler, box in pipes to boiler, to bath & from washbasin including waste pipe from toilet.
Skim walls not tiled.
Level floor & put down new flooring (type to be decided)
Install ventilation fan or replace existing cover.
Replace skirting boards
Free up stopcock
All Saints, NN16
new bathroom installed, new one is needed.
Ise Lodge, NN15
remove old suite refit bathroom and tile, fit towel radiator and shower and extractor fan. And replace stop cock.
My bathroom had to be gutted after moving into the property and finding that some bright spark had tiled on top of old tiles and used cement instead of tile adhesive. It now needs dry lining, walls and ceiling, plastering, tiling, flooring needs fitting, installation of slipper bath, toilet and sink. I have the the new bathroom suite already and have the tiles and the flooring ready and waiting to be installed. I really need this doing as soon as possible. I have selected under £1000 as the budget for this job as I have no idea how much this type of job would cost
Installation of shower cubicle, floor tray and shower. Wall tiling prior to installation.
To fit shower cubicle plus electric shower, wc and hand basin into medium sized box room upstairs at the back of the house
Updated : all materials have been purchased just need someone to remove old sink and loo and resite sink in small ensuite approx 4ft x 8 ft
I can get tiles done at a later date if this causes a problem. Original : remove shower tray, resite sink and replace loo in small ensuite. Tile walls and replace extracter fan and light
All Saints, NN16
Got a price for a Wickes bathroom, i can get the products cheaper and need someone to fit it for a better price than what Wickes quoted me.