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    We are looking at converting our downstairs laundry room into an ensuite. The room used to be a bathroom so plumbing and drainage should already be there. Also need to block off a door and make a new one on the other wall. How much are we looking at?

    Asked by Gary on 27th May 2020

    Hi everyone. I’m hoping someone can help with our query. We have four bedrooms but one is a small box room. We would like to convert the box room into an en suite for the guest bedroom. The door would need to be relocated to the other wall. It could easily fit a toilet/sink/shower in the space. Can this be done fairly cheaply (but professionally)? How much money should we be putting aside for this?

    Asked by Luke on 20th May 2020

    Hi I would like to do bathroom cladding (wall panels). How much would it be to do a cladding for a 2m x 2m bathroom. And can you place wall panels over existing tiles ?

    Asked by Ramya on 14th May 2020

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    how much could i expect to pay to replace bath panel that currently has no frame just hangs from clips and replace shower screen to one that opens? may add on replace radiator, pipes will need adjusting above flooring? Bolton area

    Asked by Kelly on 28th Apr 2020

    The current ensuite is 8’6” x 4’10” with a tiled shower cubicle, WC, pedestal sink and a radiator. What is involved with converting the room into a wet room? I’m guessing the biggest job is removing the floor to replace with waterproof flooring and adding a drain. I’d like to put the rest of the suite back in after to save money. How much money should I be putting aside for this sort of job?

    Asked by kashif on 15th Apr 2020

    I’m getting a whole new bathroom fitted, tiles/floor/bath/shower/loo/sink etc. Should I get the floor and walls tiled before the rest of the bathroom is installed? Or will they likely get damaged by the fitters?

    Asked by Abdul on 8th Apr 2020

    After years of badgering my husband we are looking to get the bathroom rennovated. I would to know, what is the standard height and depth of a standard bath? Where can I get non standard baths that are a little deeper from?

    Asked by Michael on 31st Mar 2020

    After fitting new bathroom tiles they were grouted the next day and within no more than a week the grout has started to turn orange? Does anyone know why this could be?

    Asked by Mo on 31st Mar 2020

    Hi, Just wondering if anyone has any advice on how to get bathroom sealant looking nice? I was taught to do it with a wet finger but there must be a better way of doing it so that it looks better? Are there any tools out there for the job?

    Asked by Carherine on 31st Mar 2020

    Just wondering if someone could help me. I need my bathroom renovating. The whole thing needs removing and new bath, sink and toilet installed along with tiling etc. It's about 3 metres by 3 metres. I cant have no use of my bathroom for too long so I just need to know how long i can expect it to take? Its a relatively basic unit that needs installing but if someone could provide me with some timeframes it would really help me plan everything out. Thank you very much.

    Asked by kashif on 28th Mar 2020
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