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A & M Bathrooms

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Small established firm we will fit or supply and fit any bathroom we do everything in a week so you only need to make one call free estimates and advice.

Reviews and ratings

  • 33 total ratings
  • 0 in the last 30 days
  • 3 in the last 6 months
  • 4 in the last 12 months

33 total ratings | 0 in the last 30 days | 3 in the last 6 months | 4 in the last 12 months


Slate & Tiled Roof

10 Sep 2016
10 Sep 2016

Really good job. Would recommend. Very quick turn round and very professional.

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

21 Jul 2016
21 Jul 2016

Really pleased with the work done. Would high recommend.

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Bathroom, Kitchen and WC Plumbing

14 Aug 2016
14 Aug 2016

Efficient work and prompt arrival with good communication


Bathroom, Kitchen and WC Plumbing

19 Feb 2016
19 Feb 2016

I am really happy with the standard of work carried out by Alistair to my property.I used this site as I was worried about having tradespeople in my property who I knew nothing about.This website is great as you can read other peoples comments and then make up your own mind. My family said that Alistair was polite friendly and cleans up after he has completed his work,which involved plumbing in a washing machine and removing I will be using Alistair again due to cost and standard of work carried out.

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Bathroom Specialist

Bathroom Design, Bathroom Installation, Complete Bathroom Refurbishment and more




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Carpenter / Joiner

Staircases - Wooden, Wooden Doors - Internal, Wooden Shutter and more

Painter / Decorator

External Painting - Windows & Door

Drainage Specialist

Drains & Sewerage


Under Floor Heating - Electric System

Flooring Specialist

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Expert answers

Hairline crack on a white 'Metro' wall tile shower room.

Posted by darren green on Thu 15 Oct 2015 15:58pm
I have noticed a fine crack on a white 'Metro' wall tile shower room. It's on the first row from the floor up so it gets quite wet. I'm worried water will eventually start seeping thru. I have read that sometimes it may be easier to repair rather than replace. Is this a good idea, if it is how is the best way to proceed. thanks Darren

Alistair Ewen's Answer

Thu 15 Oct 2015 16:46pm
Hi Darren There is no good way to repair a cracked tile unless you do not have a replacement tile then you can fill the crack with grout but the only fool proof way to make sure your shower is waterproof is to remove the tile and replace it. I will give you a quick run through of how to do this if you want to take it yourself. First put some protection on shower tray is cardboard then a dust sheet get a hammer and to the cracked tile in the centre until late it starts cracking when it cracks remove prices one at a time wear gloves as tiles are sharp work from centre out until late all tile is removed be very carefully at edges not to damage adjacent tiles remove all adhesive and grout with a scraper. Then cover the area with waterproof tile adhesive and place tile in position use spacers for correct gap. Leave we hours then grout tile leave another we hours then use shower as normal regards alistair a and my bathrooms

Tv mounting

Posted by Laura Morris on Tue 15 Sep 2015 13:32pm
Can u fit a 20 inch tv with a twenty three inch plus bracket

Alistair Ewen's Answer

Tue 15 Sep 2015 14:24pm
Hi Laura, I think the answer is in the question! No mate.