WH Home Improvements

6 ratings

WH Home Improvements

6 ratings

About WH Home Improvements

I am a kings lynn based sole tradesman competent in most work around the home with flexible hours to suit needs.

Ratings & reviews

WH Home Improvements rated for Bathroom fitter in King's Lynn


Overall rating

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

23 Dec 2017


Great first impression, communication was excellent and turned up when he said he would. Was able to leave him to it and he finished the job promptly and professionally. Will use Wayne again for any future plumbing work. Excellent value for money. Thanks again

, PE14

09 May 2017

Carpenter / Joiner

Good clean workman,did a good job

, PE38

11 Apr 2017


Put up TV brackets excellent job. Highly recommend.

, PE33

05 May 2015


Did a great job fitting a new stop valve in a confined and difficult location. Polite and punctual, couldn't recommend more.

, PE13

22 May 2015

Carpenter / Joiner

Wayne fitted some doors for me, good price and great looking doors!

, PE33

06 Jul 2015

Kitchen Specialist

Fitting of the oak worktop was done to a very good standard.

, PE30

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WH Home Improvements answered questions about Bathroom fitter in King's Lynn

's question
Fri 6 Oct 2017 20:14pm

I am removing all internal stud walls in my bungalow and changing room uses do I need planning permission

  • Wayne Hopkin's Answer
    Sun 8 Oct 2017 20:41pm

    No only if there load bearing, i’d contact a structural engineer if your unsure.

's question
Sun 8 Oct 2017 18:39pm

I want to hang a few floating shelves and some are heavy. Ranging from 8x2 to 9x4 and could span at 1.5m. I have made them in the past with 3x2 and just made a cover from 5x1 but I have alot of odd shaped timber and as my house is a old cottage I think it will look good. What is best to way of hanging them? I have never used it but was thinking of like a metal rod screwed into the wall secured with some of resin adhesive? Would that work? How would you do it if you where hanging them?

  • Wayne Hopkin's Answer
    Sun 8 Oct 2017 20:39pm

    Sounds a good idea just use at least m10 or bigger and anything thing over a 2 m span I would use at least 3 rods to prevent sagging. Plus make sure rod is a good 100mm or more in wall.

Areas serviced

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Top trades offered by WH Home Improvements

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Garden Wall

Chimney Building / Repair

Pointing / Repointing


Home Improvements

Wooden Staircases

Chimney Building / Repair

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Staircases

Wooden Doors - Internal

Laminate Flooring