You may well find that the surrounds on your bath, shower, wash basin or bathroom sink begin to decay and perish with age, so that water can make its way down the back of fittings or drip down the back of bathroom furniture. Seals may also start to fail on wet rooms or where they have been made in floorboards or flooring, to stop water leaking from the bathroom. This can have a knock-on effect of damaging woodwork, flooring or decorative features in your bathroom as well as the ceiling of the floor below.
A bathroom specialist will be able to make repairs swiftly. They may choose to remove existing seals and install new watertight seals or to simply patch up the places where the seal has failed. This latter option will be cheaper, although it may work out to be less expensive in the long run to have the job overhauled completely. The cost of the job will depend on the size of your bathroom, how much re-sealing needs to be done and how long this takes to complete.
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