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    How much would It cost to turn my downstairs toilet into a wet room?

    Bathroom Specialists

    I have a reasonably large downstairs toilet that I'd like to turn into a wetroom. The room is approximately 2 metre x 2.5 metres. How much would I be looking at cost wise for the conversion?

    Asked by Jackie on 27th Mar 2020
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    Wd bathrooms

    "Hi there we would charge around £3500 to convert to a fully tanked wet room system

    Many thanks
    Dean & Wayne
    WD Bathrooms"

    Answered on 27th May 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    Asp Bathroom Specialist

    "You would be looking in the region of about £5000 depending on what materials and design you would like. I hope this helps.
    If you need anymore help then please ask.

    Answered on 27th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report

    "There is too many variables to give an accurate cost and it all also depends on the spec of the items fitted, you would be looking at anywhere from £5000-£10000, I hope this answer helps."

    Answered on 27th Mar 2020 - Member since Oct 2019 - report

    "The standard price is £3500 - £4000 which includes the labour and 1st fix materials."

    Answered on 27th Mar 2020 - Member since Jun 2018 - report
    Decent Construction Ltd

    "That would cost you around £3000 to £4000 for the labour only."

    Answered on 27th Mar 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    GK.Builders Limited

    "In the current situation, if people are able to do labour.
    - New bathroom would be anywhere from £1300."

    Answered on 27th Mar 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    Redmond's Plumbers and Renovations

    "It would be £2000 to do the bathroom properly to a wet room. Then normal costs of suites."

    Answered on 4th Sep 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    gpg home improvements

    "Hi, you would be looking at £3000 to £4000 but that does depend on the floor, how far the pipes are in the floor and what you want in there, please feel free to get in touch with us.
    Many thanks,
    Gavin gpg @ home improvements."

    Answered on 31st Mar 2020 - Member since Nov 2019 - report

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