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    How much to remove a very small radiator in a bathroom


    How much would it cost to remove a very small radiator from a bathroom wall? I do not want to replace it . The rooms too small to need one and it’s taking up space I need .

    Many thanks
    Ms Saunders

    Asked by Miss on 1st Aug 2020
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    A. W interiors

    "I would say allow £100.00
    This would be a normal rate"

    Answered on 2nd Aug 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report
    DCG Handyman services

    "£60 to remove with leaving pipes and depends whether you just want them turned off of isolation caps put on. Please contact to discuss ,which area are you?"

    Answered on 2nd Aug 2020 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    Unik Interior

    "It’s a simple job. You are looking at £70- £80 inc material"

    Answered on 2nd Aug 2020 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    Odd Jobs Kirriemuir

    "Prices differ between handymen, some charge for the job or by the hour, you also need to realise some handymen do charge a callout fee.
    There would also be a charge for any fittings to block of the supply.

    I myself charge by the hour however not will to say for everyone to see."

    Answered on 2nd Aug 2020 - Member since Feb 2020 - report
    C@k all jobs

    "This job is a small job but your system needs bleeding up as well. The cost would roughly be 150 pounds to do this."

    Answered on 23rd Oct 2020 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    London Furniture Assembly

    "This won’t take much time, I would say about 40£ All inc."

    Answered on 26th Sep 2020 - Member since Sep 2020 - report
    Au Faix

    "I’ve just had a radiator taken out from my house as I’m not too good with plumbing and it took about an hour and cost me £50"

    Answered on 6th May 2021 - Member since Apr 2021 - report
    H.G.M Property services

    "That would just be a flat rate of roughly about £35"

    Answered on 14th Aug 2020 - Member since Oct 2018 - report
    R1R2 Electrics

    "To remove the radiator it would be necessary to drain the central heating system. I assume that you would not wish the remaining 2 pipes showing ( feed and return)
    Therefore, it would be necessary to take the floorboards up in the bathroom. If the bathroom floor has carpet or Lino then this is fairly straightforward and floorboards could be lifted and the 2 vertical pipes cut back to below floor level and blanked off (preferably soldered blanking caps. If this is the case it is 1 days work which will be around £ 160
    If the floor is tiled then the cost of lifting the tiles and replacing them would have to be factored in and would probably be between £250 to £300 . Where the radiator and its mounting brackets are removed from the wall, it would require some redecoration afterwards which is not included in the cost.
    I hope this helps."

    Answered on 5th Aug 2020 - Member since Jul 2020 - report
    T@P decorating

    "A decent plumber would charge the minimum 2hours labour for this job"

    Answered on 19th Apr 2021 - Member since Mar 2021 - report

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