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    How long does it take to remodel a bathroom?

    Bathroom Specialists

    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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    M.C.B Plumbing & Bathroom’s

    "I would personally allow 7-10 working days to be done properly"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Dec 2019 - report
    w.r & sons building & plumbing

    "Hi, our fitters take 5 days from start to finish to remodel a full bathroom suite, and at no point is a customer left without use of toilet or clean water i.e sink/bath/shower we try to disrupt as little as possible for customers, can't really speak for other companies, this is our standards and practices"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Aug 2018 - report
    Asp Bathroom Specialist

    "It would normally take around 10/14 days depending on wat work is needed"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Ringwood Building Services Limited

    "Hi there to be done correctly and allowing drying time for adhesive, grout and paint etc you are looking at 1-2 weeks"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    Optimal construction ltd

    "You can keep your bathroom services going throughout your project. The main change over would be done in one day you would not be able to use the bathroom for an evening to let silicone dry unless you are having a major remodel which you will be out not out to use services for at least 2 days ."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    Jb renovation

    "Hi it can take up to 7 days depending how for you go. I usually leave toilet in and bath in until the change over. Jamie"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2019 - report
    Scott property solutions

    "Good afternoon
    When I renovate a bathroom the customer can allways use the bathroom
    I normally leave the toilet in until last so the bathroom can still be in use .
    Hope this will help.
    Scott"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    gpg home improvements

    "Hi, we do a full refit in 4 days and that's is start to finish and without the lose of the use of the toilet for more then 2hours max, if you need a quote please feel free to contact us, many thanks gavin, got home improvements"

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

    "Depends on how many men you throw at it, and what the state of the walls are once everything is stripped out. Total refurb: out, dry line walls/ceiling, new electrics, extractor fan, re-plumb (changing positions of toilet/bath etc takes longer), new flooring, (possibly replacing existing), install toilet, basin, bath, shower, plaster walls, paint (preferably three coats), tile, grout, paint any wood work, fit skirting etc.

    One person I reckon on two plus weeks depending on how much needs doing, up to three weeks maximum. Obviously much quicker with two people, but then you start falling over each other in a small space. Also logistically allow extra time if your in a tenth floor flat. I’m currently on a job refitting the toilet every day for a family of four because it’s their only toilet, this inevitably adds time and cost.

    Much easier if you can go away for a week so that the contractor can get the bulk of it done"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Raymoflooring Ltd

    "Hello,
    It can be completed within 7 working days if you gather all the necessary materials before you start."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2016 - report
    Scott Property Maintenance

    "It varies on whether the plumbing needs to be altered and the tiling involved. It can range from a week to two weeks. Need to see it or the plans to have better idea."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jul 2016 - report
    CJ Plumbing

    "It would take anything from 3 to 5 days depending on what actually needs doing. It can be left with a working toilet every day if required."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Aug 2019 - report
    Mondo Property Services

    "Hi
    We can normally do within a week
    Toilet will always be operational at end of the day
    Hope this helps you.
    Ernie"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    J.moore Plumbing&Heating

    "Without seeing the job, I would say, approximately 1-2 weeks."

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2019 - report
    RM Plumbing & Heating

    "I would recommend allowing 7 to 10 working days for a bathroom refurbishment."

    Answered on 18th Apr 2020 - Member since Feb 2019 - report
    Ocean Bathrooms

    "A bathroom of this size can take between seven and ten days depending on what’s involved sinking pipes in walls electrics involved plastering removing old wall tiles"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    Creation Building and Roofing Services

    "In any renovation project of a bathroom a contractor has duty of care to ensure that the basic bath,shower and toilet are operational every evening following the days work. The surroundings of these items maybe unfinished. But it is un fair to leave a client without the basic utilities"

    Answered on 28th Mar 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report

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