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    Bath panel and shower tray silicone


    How much will it cost to get silicone around a bath and shower tray?

    Asked by Rohit on 25th Nov 2019
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    AVG Drylining LTD


    Around £250 including materials.


    Answered on 25th Nov 2019 - Member since Nov 2017 - report
    Joshua Chappell

    "Depends if the old silicone needs cutting out, then it will increase the cost. But for what you have asked I would charge around £70 - £85 with the materials included."

    Answered on 22nd Feb 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    James Bearhsm

    "Hi, cutting out the old silicone will take the bulk of the time.
    Cost about £45 pounds."

    Answered on 25th Nov 2019 - Member since Jun 2019 - report

    "To fully silicon around the bath and shower would be about £70, including the white silicone and bottle of spray bleach. This also includes removing old sealant and cleaning with spray and reseal all areas,"

    Answered on 30th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Straight Up Fixes

    "If you want the old silicon removed you can get stuff that helps. It depends on the shower tray but with parts and labour between £65-£75."

    Answered on 6th Dec 2019 - Member since Aug 2019 - report
    John’s Property Services

    "I would always remove old silicone and clean with solvent cleaner then I would apply fix all. Much better than silicone.

    Answered on 9th Dec 2019 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    Odd Job Nick

    "Including the materials, this should be around £15-20 quid that's for decent sealant."

    Answered on 13th Dec 2019 - Member since Oct 2019 - report
    SF Property Maintenance

    "If you call someone out just for that job, £20+. If you combined it with another job you wouldn’t be charged."

    Answered on 25th Nov 2019 - Member since Aug 2018 - report
    PMG Building Service

    "It depends on the place. If i'm required to clean the existing silicon and re- seal then it's an hours rate.
    But anyway the minimum charge is £50."

    Answered on 26th Nov 2019 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    Be Safe Property Maintenance ltd

    "If you are intending to do the job yourself it will cost a few pounds for a tube of silicone.
    If you are looking at someone to do it for you it would be around the £30 mark."

    Answered on 26th Nov 2019 - Member since Jun 2019 - report

    "Hello. It shouldn't take long you will probably be charged for an hour plus the cost of sanitary sealant. This should cost more than £10. If you give the join a good clean before the tradesman arrives this will save time.

    Kind regards,

    Answered on 26th Nov 2019 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    Cranden Joinery

    "Most silicone sealants are the same just branded different hence the price of silicone. However, a decent and honest builder wouldn’t charge more than £40 for the labour."

    Answered on 6th Jan 2020 - Member since Dec 2017 - report

    "average cost would be around £45.00 that would be for materials and labour"

    Answered on 30th Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    Jr multi skilled maintenance services

    "Thanks for asking, £55 would cover your costs, depending on your post code.

    Answered on 6th Apr 2020 - Member since Jan 2018 - report
    MB frames

    It depends on the size and state of the existing bath/shower tray, also where you are situated.

    Kind Regards

    Mark. MB Frames"

    Answered on 6th Jan 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    JR Property Maintenance

    "Hi there this is a fairly quick and easy job expect to pay around £10-£20"

    Answered on 13th May 2020 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    Lunar builders/Flat pack assembly

    if you want a tradesman to do the job you should be looking at around £40 to get the job done."

    Answered on 24th Jan 2020 - Member since Mar 2019 - report

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