Setting the right budget

How much should you expect to pay?

We know it's difficult to estimate how much a project will cost, that's why we've surveyed our tradesmen to give you an idea of how much you should expect to pay for specific jobs. Tradesmen all across the country have contributed to the cost guides, so the costs you see are an approximate national average.

Extractor fan

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Extractor fan £50 £150

If your bathroom extractor fan ceases to function then you will find that condensation and even mould can build up on the walls and around window frames. It is therefore important that you call out an electrician to deal with the problem and repair the fan. In most cases the fan will have broken down due to a defective motor or a build up of dust and dirt inside the unit. The bathroom extractor fan may have also come away from its ceiling or wall mounting.

Your electrician should be able to find out what the problem is quickly as well as cleaning and testing the fan to prevent further problems. If the motor in your extractor fan has failed then your electrician should be able to fix or repair it. Although if you have a standard extractor fan then your electrician may advise that it is cheaper to replace the unit than to repair it. If replacing it then they will fit the new unit and attach it to the wall or ceiling for you before testing that it works correctly and that damp air is correctly removed from your bathroom.

Rated People surveyed 67 of our registered bathroom specialists across the country to give you an approximate price for common bathroom installation and repair jobs.

Please note these prices are average, do not include materials and are offered as guidance only to help you when posting a job on Rated People. For an accurate quote based on your specific needs please contact one of our local bathroom specialists.

 

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