When choosing a kitchen or bathroom it is important to be aware that in order for what you have in mind is eventually what you will get. Invariably, there is a lot more than just removing the existing and simply replacing with new to achieve your planned look and requirements for your project. Other areas that invariably need attention are listed below for consideration when planning a kitchen or bathroom install, particularly when you have a budget to consider.
All of these areas listed below we can deal with for you, give advice and arrange and carry out all of them, which, ultimately will save you both time and money. In other words, a one stop shop.
When removing tiles, the condition of the remaining surfaces will require attention. For example, if your plans state that a particular area is not going to be retiled, then making good the surface and re plastering will be required.
Advice on tiles, colours and designs are given if required, with suggested suppliers showrooms to view the products are also part of the service.
Ceilings, walls and coving are all dealt with at an early stage of most projects. If required, plaster boarding, plastering, rendering, screeding and moving/ altering walls where possible are all part of the job if required with your project.
Aside from the obvious plumbing required to install kitchens and bathrooms, Radiators removed or rplaced, boiler installations -Gas or oil, re-siting any units to the position/syou require.(i.e. i would like the bath against that wall not as it is.
Consumer unit changes, all electrical alterations are carried out with either a periodic test certificate, or, full installation certificate issued on completion of work depending on the type of work carried out.
We recommend that this offer is carried out by ourselves prior to the installation of kitchen and bathroom furniture for ease and speed. Some clients say they would like to do this themselves – however, once the furniture such as a complete kitchen or, a shower cubical has been installed the job becomes very difficult and time consuming.
Tiles, laminate, wood or, vinyl flooring are again a speciality of ours. However, when it comes to kitchens and bathrooms we recommend vinyl flooring as this is available in many designs, colours and manufacturers and can be laid however you like. Obviously we give advice and guidance in this area but the decision is yours.
Vinyl is hard wearing and will give a personal touch in terms of the design you have chosen.