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Tulips1 Mon 06-Jun-16 17:25:59

Any suggestions as the best place to go for a replacement bathroom, toilet, shower and sink? Not moving anything around just replace with a white suite.

Has anyone used Wickes bathrooms, Bathstore, Homebase or b and q. It's a small ensuite so want to try and keep the costs low.

21stCenturyBreakdown Mon 06-Jun-16 19:08:16

We're in the middle of having our bathrooms (cloakroom, master and en-suite) done by Homebase and have nothing but praise for them so far! Cost-wise, they came in very similar to the quote we got from Wickes and a fair bit cheaper than independent showrooms. Didn't get quotes from either B&Q or Bathstore due to bad experiences we heard about from others.

Tulips1 Mon 06-Jun-16 21:49:22

Great thanks. I'll go down there at the weekend. Do they provide their own fitters?

21stCenturyBreakdown Mon 06-Jun-16 22:16:07

Yes - our fitter works for Homebase, but no idea whether that's the case for all of them.

Tulips1 Tue 07-Jun-16 14:41:29

Great thanks. Could you give me an idea of how much they are charging for ensuite please? Understand if you'd rather not say

NotYoda Tue 07-Jun-16 17:08:15

I have just used Victorian Bathrooms for our main bathroom.

Their selection is great, good quality, good price (cheaper, for instance, than Bathstore)

Tulips1 Tue 07-Jun-16 18:39:51

Notyoda - are they a local supplier or online? Also do they provide fitters or did you find your own? Thanks

TwoMs Tue 07-Jun-16 18:45:05

We are in the middle of having our ensuite changed and using Travis Perkins as competitive on price and have most things in stock in a warehouse so delivered the day after ordering smile

NotYoda Tue 07-Jun-16 18:57:17

Online

I got own fitters

21stCenturyBreakdown Tue 07-Jun-16 19:46:42

Great thanks. Could you give me an idea of how much they are charging for ensuite please? Understand if you'd rather not say

Unfortunately it's not that straight-forward - the bill covers all 3 rooms and the split between them isn't clear. Making a proportional guess, I'd say it's probably around £3.5k - £4k?

21stCenturyBreakdown Tue 07-Jun-16 19:48:49

Should also mention that we're having tiling done - you didn't say whether or not you are, but I know it's one of the things that can make quite a difference to the price.

Tulips1 Tue 07-Jun-16 20:26:41

Thank you. Tiling to come down and then thinking of putting acrylic panels up. Likely we will need new plasterboard once the tiles are taken off.

Tulips1 Tue 07-Jun-16 20:27:46

Travis Perkins sound good - like the idea of everything being in stock assume it's a bit like Howdens are for kitchens.

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