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Recommended Bathroom Fitters in Bristol


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Recommended Bathroom Fitters in Bristol

Whether you are looking for someone to replace your bathroom or design and install a new shower room, Find Me A Tradesperson can help with your new bathroom or shower.

Listed are a few of the jobs that our Bathroom installers located in Bristol and Bath can help you with:

  • Bathroom Installations
  • En-Suites
  • Shower Installation
  • Shower Rooms
  • Wets Rooms
  • Shower Repair
  • New Baths
  • Sinks
  • Under floor heating
  • Plumbing
  • Taps
  • Tiling


Points to consider now you are looking for a new bathroom!

The decision has been made and you are flicking through every home magazine possible to give you some inspiration for your bathroom refit, like all things it needs careful considerations as mistakes can become costly to put right and you want the end result to feel luxurious and inviting. So with that in mind what things should you consider in the early stages of bathroom planning:

Decide what needs doing – if the current layout works then why change it, this will save you money moving pipework just so the bath can be repositioned 2 feet away! If you have small awkward spaces its always worth going to B&Q or the Bathstore  to get their advice as they can often visualise what you can and can’t do cramming in a bath and shower might not be a great idea but combining the two will be a good compromise if space is a premium– equally a good plumber will give you their opinion at a quote stage and this will cost you nothing! Don’t forget if you are knocking rooms together or doing building works think about building regulations approvals anything that requires any structural work will need to be assessed.

Research – this will help you narrow down your choice to classic, contemporary and traditional bathroom styles – there is so much choice when it comes to bathroom refits. Do be realistic on what will work practically – nothing worse that empty looking bathrooms or too much furniture crammed in.

Get a price – Bathroom companies are a good place to start however their fitting costs can be sky high. Most plumbers and bathroom fitters will have contacts in their field and will often pass on discounts they receive from local or national companies.

Don’t forget it’s not just the sanitary wear when it comes to bathrooms the finishing touches are equally important so spend time choosing complementary tiles, flooring, lightening, towel rails, mirrors, bathroom cabinets and radiator’s this can have a huge impact and create that wow factor you are after.

So you think your ready – brilliant why not contact one of our local bathroom fitters to discuss your requirements – don’t forget many of the tradespeople have had years of experience from the avocado suites of the 70s to the Jacuzzi’s of the 90s – feel free to contact us if you have any further questions we are always happy to help and point you in the right direction.

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