Dearnley Properties

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About Dearnley Properties

Multi-skilled tradesman with 30+ years experience. I have mainly traded as an electrician, however I have renovated and undertaken new build projects myself, therefore offering a much wider range of skills. I always offer free quotes and friendly advice!

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Dearnley Properties rated for Bathroom fitter in Brighouse


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29 total ratings 0 last 30 days 2 last 6 months 2 last 12 months

05 Oct 2018


Really happy with the work undertaken. Standard of workmanship excellent. They cleaned up after the job and took my old wardrobes away. They arranged a convenient date and time and were very punctual. Simon told me the price I had given was too high and gave me a much lower quote for the job! I would definitely recommend their services.

, HD6

06 Aug 2018

Bathroom fitter

A superb job and great after care. many thanks! Highly recommended.

, HD4

03 Mar 2017


Simon was amazing from start to finish. When he arrived at the job he quickly realised that I had been mistaken on what I thought I needed fixing and the job was relatively small, I almost had to force him to take money from me. I honestly recommend Simon wholeheartedly as I found him to be honest, trustworthy and skilled.

, HD9

28 Feb 2017


From my initial enquiry to a brilliant job took just 6 days. Simon was brilliant.

, HD7

01 Mar 2017


Simon gave us great service - he answered my advert really quickly and came to do the work within a few days. He provided us with good value for money and I would definitely use him again

, HD8

30 Jan 2017


Highly recommend. Friendly.helpful and professional.

, WF3

24 Jan 2017


really nice, friendly guys. turned up promptly, did a smart job, and even started cleaning up even though I told them not to bother! I'll be ringing these two again

, WF3

22 Jan 2017


Sound guy. Cracking job. Great price. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend.

, OL3

05 Feb 2017


Completed the job in a timely manner at a fair price

, WF13

18 Jan 2017


Simon was very quick, very professional, very tidy, very reasonable, and quality of workmanship was very good, I would definitely use him again, but more importantly I would have no hesitation in recommending him to someone else

, HX5

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Dearnley Properties answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Brighouse

's question
Wed 10 Feb 2016 23:33pm
If i provide all main fittings for a shower refurbishment, eg toilet, basin, taps, cabinet, tiles etc, would this be a job that interests tradesmen? I posted a job, and the amount set was within the range suggested by the website, but i have had no tradesmen interested in quoting for the job and i don't really know why. Thanks
  • Simon Dearnley's Answer
    Sun 14 Feb 2016 15:36pm
    Hi Stacey, Yes this is the sort of job that should interest tradesmen,depending where you are, we would certainly be interested in looking at it for you, On your listing how did you set the timescale etc? you see,since it costs us to purchase the lead on here,ie,get your contact details etc, we look for the jobs stating `ready to hire` also the more you put as your budget,the greater the cost to us to purchase the lead,so tradesmen will be looking for more definate jobs, I personally never buy the `looking for a quote for insurance purposes` as they are clearly not yet in a position to commence the job,so it`s money wasted on our part. put in a lower budget figure as once the tradesman contacts you,you are going to discuss the job and get a quote anyway! I hope this helps, Regards Simon
's question
Fri 12 Feb 2016 18:11pm
Hi guys I have a single socket that I want to convert to a double socket using a converter, I have had a look at the cables and I have 2 cables going in to my old single socket making 2 red 2 black and 2 earth, I have tried to get each cable into the terminals on the back of the new socket but they won't fit. What I want to know is can I use a 30 amp connector block insert the 2 lives into 1 block then both neutrals into another block and both earths into another block them get some 2.5mm cable and take a single wire from each block and insert it into the new socket. Sorry if it's confusing. Thanks Scott
  • Simon Dearnley's Answer
    Sun 14 Feb 2016 15:21pm
    Hi Scott, I understand what you mean, is it that the existing conductors are not long enough? as the terminals on the converter (I`m guessing you`ve got a clipsal converta socket?) should be large enough to take two 2.5mm conductors if long enough. However,yes you can extend them as you describe,though I would prefer to extend them using through crimps rather than block connectors as they are neater and take up less room also in the socket box,meaning I could use 6 rather than 3 connectors extending the conductors separately,therefore keeping the ring circuit properly intact to the actual socket terminals. hope this helps. regards Simon

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Top trades offered by Dearnley Properties

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Home improvements

Loft Conversion

Carpenter / Joiner

Laminate Flooring

Bespoke kitchens

Wooden Decking

Painter and decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

External wall painting

Door / Window painting