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How much is it (approx) to replace an en-suite?

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holidaybug Mon 05-Aug-13 20:15:41

Thanks all - I don't want an expensive suite but I want it to be fitted well, with nice tiles. Sounds like I can get it done for a reasonable price then.

maybeIwillmaybeIwont Mon 05-Aug-13 12:48:31

I'm having my family bathroom refitted next month. New steel bath, basin, toilet, shower mixer/riser all taps/wastes, new chrome towel rail radiator, that has been priced for fitting at £645, but with me supplying all items as additional. Then £400 for new custom made, built in cabinets and bath panel (complicated design) so I have budgeted for £2300, including new floor but no retiling as original tiles are ok! Great workmen, have used them before and will certainly use them again, in Northamptonshire.

Sunnyshores Mon 05-Aug-13 11:35:04

Agree you can get something for £700ish, to get it all fitted,tiled probably another £500. If you want anything fancier or larger shower, better quality nearer £2k all in.

Lioninthesun Wed 31-Jul-13 21:43:42

Depends on quality you want. You can get some good deals on at Bathstore at the mo. Plumbworld online is cheap too if I remember rightly. I'd be aiming at about £1k (can prob get for £700 tbh) for a cheap set and then add taps if needed and flooring as extra.

holidaybug Wed 31-Jul-13 19:58:36

We would need to replace the shower, WC and wash basin, re-tile and re-floor. It isn't a big space - just standard size ensuite. I'm not after top notch shower etc but might want some nice feature tiles!

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