Best UK Builders

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215 ratings

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Best UK Builders rated for Bathroom fitter in Chessington


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215 total ratings 0 last 30 days 7 last 6 months 8 last 12 months

15 Apr 2020


Quick response, the job's done on time and well. Would recommend.

, CR8

17 Feb 2020


Nish did a great job. He was quick, attentive and very efficient and we are delighted with the results. I wouldn't hesitate to hire him again or to recommend him to others.

, SW11

14 Apr 2020


Excellent. Always on time, scrupulously tidy and easy to talk to. Thoroughly recommended and feel free to let prospective clients contact me. AJRobertson

, SW17

24 Jan 2020


Nish was very helpful, knowledgable and on time. He took care of the task very quickly and professionally, would highly recommend his services

, KT18

05 Feb 2020


Recommended trader. Nish responded quickly, attended within a few days to agree the scope of work and quoted a reasonable price. The work was done when promised and was to a good standard. Very happy with the service and I’ll be using him again.

, SW16

01 Jan 2020


Nish carried out the work safely and as required.

, SW11

18 Dec 2019


Nice person, good value.

, TW7

02 Dec 2019


Nish was very punctual and efficient he tidied up when he’d finished and was polite and courteous throughout will definitely use him again in the future

, KT22

12 Mar 2018


Great job by Nish and he turned up with in the hour, sorted the installs and was polite and professional throughout..

, SW15

26 Mar 2018


recommended. thank you!

, KT6

Ask an expert

Best UK Builders answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Chessington

Jan 's question
Sat 2 Nov 2019 13:42pm

I have an old type of fuse box and it just tripped. I have changed the fuse wire but it didn’t fix the issue. My ceiling light that are on that circuit are still not working. What else should I try?

  • Nish Maroo's Answer
    Sat 9 Nov 2019 15:19pm

    Please place you work online with Rated People and Electrician shall get in touch with you to sort the problem out.

mark watson's question
Sun 12 May 2019 21:41pm

Can i remover the marks with any chemical ? the are long line marks

  • Nish Maroo's Answer
    Mon 13 May 2019 10:58am

    Here are a few tricks that have proven to be particularly effective: Treat with rubber. Since scuff marks on laminate floors are typically the result of rubber residue sticking to the surface, an effective way to treat them is with other rubber products. Take a regular pencil eraser or the sole of a tennis shoe and rub the skid mark using a circular motion. The mark should gradually fade, leaving your floors looking perfect again. If your floor is a lighter shade, it might be a good idea to test a small, discreet area first to make sure the eraser and/or tennis shoe doesn't produce any discoloration. Gently scrub with baking soda or toothpaste. If your floor doesn't respond to the above method, you can try gently scrubbing with baking soda or toothpaste. First mix two tablespoons of baking soda with a small amount of water until the solution is the consistency of a smooth paste. Next, use a clean cloth to lightly scrub the scuff marks with the baking soda paste until they disappear. Alternatively, you can substitute plain toothpaste for the baking soda solution. In both cases, be sure to wipe the treated area thoroughly with a wet cloth when finished to remove any lingering residue. Apply WD-40. If you think WD-40 is only good for rusty bicycle chains and squeaky door hinges, think again. It is actually a very versatile product with many practical applications, and is gentle enough to use even on ultra-shiny piano finish laminate. To eliminate stubborn scuff marks from this kind of floor surface, simply spray a bit of WD-40 onto a clean rag and rub away the smudges. Follow up with a wet cloth to get rid of any remaining traces of lubricant. We wish you all the bets to get the marks out or please email us incase this tips didn't work so we can help you futher.

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Emergency Electrician

Air Conditioning / Refrigeration

Internal Lighting

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Installation

Bathroom Tiling

Wet Room Installation

Painter and decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

External Wall Painting

Door / Window Painting

Floor fitters

Electric Underfloor Heating

Floor Tiling

Vinyl Flooring