I have a small (6’ x 7’) bathroom that has a loo, shower and sink. We want to totally revamp it, getting a larger shower (which uses the combo boiler), together with all new equipment, and getting the walls, floors etc done as well.
First quote has come in at £11k, which is £4k for equipment and £7k for installation.
we just had a new toilet (need quite a lot of work to the soil stack), basin (needed some plumbing), new bath taps and new flooring in bathroom and on landing. I supplied the toilet, basin, taps so was effectively paying for the fitting/labour, sundries, disposal charge and vat.
The cost was £1.8k which was 2.5 days work for the plumber and his mate, and 1 day work for the floorer. I am doing all the making good and woodwork, shelves, cabinets etc
If you want his contact details let me know - he is based in Stevenage, came recommended from Louise’s boss. I thought I ran a thread on here, or maybe on PFM when I was getting a quote.
this was a catalogue of errors - I bought the wrong one, as the waste pack didn’t specify, the apprentice fitted without checking it, and couldn’t solve the problem! It was all made good by the boss in the end though.
As someone who spent a lot of time teaching students, I am content the apprentice made a mistake, he apologised and the team fixed it - all part of the learning process. I was frustrated and angry at the time, but in reality I needn’t have been.