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    Is it best to wait a few weeks and then get both jobs done together or to do them separately as finances dictate?

    Bathroom Specialists

    I need to get a new immersion heater fitted and also to have a new bath and sink to install. So clearly the immersion heater is our priority but the others need doing but is it worth doing each as my finances dictate or would it be best to wait longer and have them fitted together?

    Asked by Jane on 6th Jun 2020
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    JB’s Plumbing, Heating & Property Service

    "One requires a heating engineer and the requires plumber. Two separate jobs, do the one at time if you're a bit skint."

    Answered on 19th Jun 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report
    Optimal construction ltd

    "When you get you job quotes say that you want to have the work done at the same time but ask for both jobs to be priced separately in quote that way you can have one done if need be and the other at a later date with same tradesman."

    Answered on 26th Jun 2020 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    UKRSTARS LTD

    "Good evening! Plumbing and electricity is number one priority to be honest! Of course its better to do everything in one go and mark as job done! Get as much quote as possible if u have time to do so and make a decision with no rush and feeling comfortable to do so!"

    Answered on 19th Jun 2020 - Member since Jun 2019 - report
    A&C Properties

    "Jobs are independent or you can deal with disruption all in one go so really it’s up to you
    Thanks Mick"

    Answered on 20th Jun 2020 - Member since Apr 2019 - report
    Redmond's Plumbers and Renovations

    "Hi.
    I would wait. This will be a burden on your finances and need to take a look to give more info
    Best wishes
    Craig Redmond"

    Answered on 12th Aug 2020 - Member since May 2020 - report

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