I have just read a report over at everyinvestor.co.uk saying “House-proud Brits spent £235million putting right DIY disasters in the last year, according to new research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks. The Banks found that one in 10 ‘DIYers’ had paid out up to £500 to fix their own DIY.” Continue reading
This bathroom was refitted to change the toilet, basin, radiator, bath and shower.
The tiles used had different coloured inserts
For this bathroom refit the bath, basin, toilet, shower and radiator were replaced and the basin was mounted onto a vanity unit with marble top.
This bathroom refit near Peterborough replaced the toilet, basin, bath, radiator and shower. The ceiling was skimmed smooth and the floor and walls were tiled.
This bathroom in Huntingdon was refitted to remove the bath and fit a large shower enclosure with a tall cabinet. The basin and toilet were replaced, the floor was tiled, the ceiling was skimmed and the walls were painted. Spotlights were fitted to the smooth ceiling.
This ensuite in Stukeley Meadows was refitted with tiling, replacing radiator for towel rail radiator, ceiling skim with spotlights, basin and toilet refit, and shower refit.
This ensuite refit in Huntingdon consisted of making alterations to allow as large an enclosure as possible to fit into the ensuite. The ceiling was skimmed, the walls and floor were tiled with porcelain tiles, and a radiator was replaced with a towel rail radiator.
The old suite was replaced with a new suite. Furniture was put together and the floor and walls were tiled. The tiling on the walls included a chrome beading. A towel rail radiator was installed.
This bathroom refit in a flat in Huntingdon town centre involved removal of a disabled bath and old suite and replacing with a new suite and shower.
Bathroom furniture was put together, a false wall was constructed to conceal pipework and the ceiling and two walls were skimmed. The other walls and the floor were tiled.
An airing cupboard on a landing with hot water tank was relocated and this extra space plus part of the bedroom were sectioned off to construct an Ensuite with wc, basin and shower. This was part of a larger project where other work was also done.