This bathroom remodel in a Warminster house added a walk-in shower.
The job included strip-out, all tiling, new toilet, new vanity basin in grey (looks nice), modified drain, glass panel to the floor and a wall-mounted seat.
The job took three weeks with a labour cost of £4,500.
This job was a little different than a run of the mill bathroom remodel.
After stripping-out the old bathroom it was immediately obvious that the floor neede reinforcing. Once done , the bath needed to go in before I could use my carpentry skills to build a bespoke cupboard. A small false wall was also made to hide the basin pipework (which looks great!, btw).
The tiling on this one took a long time to do. Each of those small tiles needed to be cut by hand and boy were they tricky, but still I got there in the end and the 35 year old couple are very happy with the result.
I think that the customer made some great choices with their brassware (taps, towel radiator, toilet holder) and the overall effect is to lighten up and completely change the look of a fairly small bathroom.
New electrics in the bathroom were arranged and in total the job took four weeks, with labour and misc materials cost of £7500