Renovation Services

Where do you start:

Your initial contact with Bathrooms Inc,  where we find out what you would like to see happening in your bathroom

We then make an appointment for a FREE no obligation quote where Paul will visit your home. During the visit he will go through your ideas, also taking measurements of your bathroom and checking to see if your water is Main or low pressure. We will also advise you on building work that requires council consent and can help you along the way.

Paul and Joe have a meeting where we discuss possible layouts for your bathroom, incorporating your dream to make your bathroom functional but yet desirable in your home.

Within the quote we will choose from a range of product that is available for viewing in our suppliers showrooms. We then contact you and email a quotation and a bathroom design

We at Bathrooms Inc are more than happy for you to supply your own product, and we are also happy to offer our best advice and what checks you will need to do in order for your bathroom to last for years to come.

If you are happy with everything then you can book in a date to start your Bathroom Renovation!!

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Renovation Services – Design Process:

On the first day of the renovation, our team take care to prepare your home for the skilful removal of your old bathroom. Placing floor coverings down and making sure all adjoining walls are clear of paintings and ornaments. A bin is also provided for the duration of the renovation, your bathroom is carefully removed with the greatest respect of your home.

The next few days consist of the plumber piping out the bathroom for your new product, the Electrician pre-wiring for new electrical products, and the builders making sure the walls are structurally sound and prepared, you may want to add insulation if you don’t already have it. They will also build recesses for cabinetry or recesses within the shower or bath area if you are wanting them.

The following week the GIB Aqualine® will be put on the walls & ceiling, the Gib-Stopper will then need to make a couple of trips to stop the walls and sand allowing for drying times inbetween each coat. The shower tray installed (if having an acrylic shower) or shower nibs laid & shower screed created (if having a tiled shower) and tile & slate laid. In preparation for the waterproofing.

This week comprises of waterproofing allowing for drying times between each application and then tiling & grouting.

This week the painter will be in to start the completion of the bathroom. The Glass for your shower is measured up & tracks laid (for custom made showers)

The Electrician will install your Electrical products. And the plumber and Builder will finish installing the products in your bathroom.