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Rafal Wisniewski RT LYNN MAINTENANCE: Multi Trade Professional offering high quality workmanship on every project. Trading for over 15years already. Doing kitchens, bathrooms, carpentry, plumbing, electrical (proved level 3 Inspection and Testing Of Electrical Instalations - City & Guilds qualifications), plastering and many more. Pictures provided and updated regularly. Leading Motto: SKILLS & 5*QUALITY a l w a y s OUR PRIORITY!

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RT LYNN MAINTENANCE rated for Bathroom fitter in King's Lynn


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25 total ratings 0 last 30 days 11 last 6 months 25 last 12 months

25 Feb 2020


Excellent work, very professional and stayed till the job was finished would recommend him to do any job!

, NR3

12 Jan 2020


weather caused a few issues,heavy rain and gale force winds, but we got there, cracking job, would reccomend these guys to anyone.. they will be even better when they get their wee van...

, ML2

15 Jan 2020


Rafal is a good guy! He couldn’t be more helpful and trustworthy as well as knowledge. I ended up asking home to do a large number of jobs for me starting with electrical then plumbing and onto roof repairs and lastly knocking a wall down and making a doorway. All work was done to an excellent standard so I would have no hesitation to call him again and recommend him to friends

, G12

26 Nov 2019


this is a real tradesman. top man. Going to be using him for more things.

, KA10

18 Nov 2019


This person was only one to reply to my advert / I had already sourced another electrician but I think it’s important to say thank you for him even getting in touch

, PA5

22 Oct 2019

Bathroom fitter

Rafal was very friendly and polite. Arrived when stated, provided a quote then carried out the work in a timely fashion. Very conscientious, tidy and diligent. I would definitely use his services again.

, G13

28 Oct 2019


Great job by Rafal installing security lights and living room light.

, G23

02 Feb 2020

Painter and decorator

Done an amazing job highly recommend

, KA11

15 Oct 2019


Lovely couple . Very professional. I would highly recommend and will be using their expertise again. So happy

, KA30

19 Oct 2019


Great job,very particular with his own work also very respectful with my property,definitely recommend to friends and family.lovely couple

, KA13

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RT LYNN MAINTENANCE answered questions about Bathroom fitter in King's Lynn

Mia Lovatt's question
Thu 19 Sep 2019 8:20am

I've got a broken kettle (artisan kettle KitchenAid) I wondered how much a call out would be to access what's faulty.

  • Rt Lynn's Answer
    Sun 22 Sep 2019 17:27pm

    Dear Mia, It could be £30 up. I don’t charge for local checks unless need to replace parts. I’m sure there will be someone locally at yours who can do it the same. Extra info... Find something else to do at home for electrician e.g. fitting outside light ;) While negotiating the “little” job for outside ask for a favour... As he/she will be doing other job surely will not charge for quick check of your beloved kettle. All the best! Rafal

Julia Moss's question
Thu 19 Sep 2019 11:20am

We live in a 1930s house since 2005, from the day we moved in the outside drain smells strongly of sewer gas every time we run a tap in the kitchen (downstairs) or the bathrooms (1st floor & 2nd floor). Drains flow freely & the smell will temporarily go away if we run the 1st floor bathroom tap for a minimum of 3 minutes (hot water). Had a CCTV drain survey done, no problems found. The water company flushed the drains several times but problem still persists. The property is still connected to the old 1930s drains and there are 4 properties sharing the drain that leads to the main sewer pipe, but we are the only ones who are affected by the bad smell issue.

  • Rt Lynn's Answer
    Sun 22 Sep 2019 17:8pm

    Dear Julia, • First Step... Please check if every sink, basin, shower and bath got probably fitted siphon (U bend) undernith. The reason it’s there is simply to stop the smell from sewer coming to the house. The water inside the siphon works as “plug” to stop the smell moving back. If any of those siphons will be empty or wrongly connected the smell from sewer will come to the house as no “plug” in place. • Second Step... Please check every outlet of each washing machine, dishwasher or similar equipment connected in the house. Each outlet of this “equipment” should go trough similar siphon/U bend as does the sink basin bath etc. Unless the hose coming out from e.g. dishwasher makes “U bend” itself so after finishing the cycle there is still some water in the hose providing “water plug” between the sewer and e.g. dishwasher • Third Step... If all above is in place then check all the waste pipe connections in the house. All waste pipes joints should have a rubber seal in good condition as it is not just stop the water leaks... it stops as well sewer gas leaks. Many times although there is no water leaks there “smell leaks” as the sill is still reasonable good for water tightness but not really for gas as water going down while the gas is going up and it can allow the smell escape trough old or not properly fitted rubber seals or badly done plastic welding. Please check all the toilet waste pipes as well. • Generally all sewers should have air vents. If they are not in place or blocked the smell will go up to the pipe instead of going “up to the sky”. Obviously find good reputable local plumber so he/she can do all the checks above. • If all above will be checked and in place and you still will experience bad smells please contact local council or building regulating body as the smell can come from outside pipes or some old connection not properly sealed in the inside wall. Hope that will resolve the problem. All the best in hunting the smelly monster ;) Regards, Rafal

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Top trades offered by RT LYNN MAINTENANCE

Primary trade


Emergency Electrician

Internal lighting

Electrical installation / Testing

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Cellar & Basement Conversion

Garage Conversion

Home improvements

Carpenter / Joiner

Emergency Boarding

Wooden staircases

Wooden Doors - Internal

Painter and decorator

Internal Painting & Decorating

External wall painting

Door / Window painting