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    Bathroom Specialists

    Three bedroom semi the bathroom is very small and wanted to change the small box room into a bathroom. Wanted to know how complicated this job is and the how much this will cost.

    Asked by Sharm on 4th Jan 2022
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    JMI BUILDING SERVICES

    "There are various different costs you have to take into account. All pipework would have to be moved, which means taking up floorboards. Etc.

    My advice to you is to use your bedroom that is joined onto your bathroom, partition wall and that’s how you’d make your bathroom bigger."

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Jun 2016 - report
    Machon’s Maintenance and Installations

    "No, it’s not that complicated.
    But will need floorboards up to route some water supplies. For your waste straight out of the wall depending on where your original Stack pipes are and connect up.
    The extractor fan will also have to be wired in.
    Without looking at the job estimate price between £2750-£5000"

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Dec 2021 - report
    truly served

    "Hi
    As you said it's a semi-attached property so it's not any issue unless you want to move from back to front. If it's on the open side then it needs some Extra drain pipework.
    It's cost some extra in labour charges.
    Labour is around £3000 and materials depending on your selection.
    Thanks"

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2018 - report
    Probaths

    "£7000 and above Depends on design, pipes work electrical work and materials quality.
    I hope that answers your question."

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    Cv1 Plumbing & Heating

    "It would take about a week and the cost would be anything from 4000 to 6000 it’s hard to put an exact price on it without seeing job"

    Answered on 5th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    TOP CAT building and maintenance

    "Hi, you can expect to pay a bathroom Fitter 5k or more for a new bathroom..the closer the box room to the old bathroom for reconnecting the plumbing helps keep the cost down. Hope this helps

    Thanks, Heath"

    Answered on 5th Jan 2022 - Member since Dec 2021 - report
    JP Bathrooms And Kitchens Merseyside Ltd

    "Have you got an external soil stack or an internal one? If it's internal might cause some issues if is external should be fine. Where is located Old bathroom? Can give you a price if not seen job and take measurements to be accurate roughly u looking between 8000 to 10000 including materials depend on the size of your room ."

    Answered on 5th Jan 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    Scottish Renovation Services

    "Really depends on where all the drainage is in the house in proximity to that room and whether you can get under the floor. If there are supplies to a bathroom or kitchen nearby and access is okay then it’s not that difficult. Depending on where you are in the country affects the price, small bathroom for me somewhere around 5k depending on spec, then whatever else on top to sort out drainage and supplies. That’s a ballpark. You’ve also got the option of saniflows to pump waste. A building warrant is required as well I would think."

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Oct 2021 - report
    JandJdrains

    "I would get someone to come to look at it first and see where the pipes are. The main is to find out if you are able to connect toilet waste onto drain outside this could become costly if you have far to get a connection into drains with bathroom fitting and tiling and drains you could be looking anywhere between 4 thousand upwards"

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Bespoke Design Group

    "Hello it depends where your soil stack is now in relation to the new bathroom if excavation is required to make a neater final installation rather than running waste pipes all around the building which looks unsightly"

    Answered on 4th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2017 - report

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