New pipework, fittings and wc in external sheds - Plumbing job in Seaton, Devon

Job description

  • Install or alter pipework in small area

Customer description

The house has a semi derelict outhouse divided into 3 sections 1) presently used as bicycle storage 2 ) presently used as a junk and garden tool store 3) an unused Victorian outside toilet

Shed 1 contains a water inlet direct from the mains with inoperable stop tap. The piping seems to be of two or more diameters and mixed materials (steel ??/plastic/copper). From the tap what was probably meant as a temporary flexible pipe extended through shed 2 to the outside toilet. The aim is to regularise the pipe and fittings to 15mm 1) replace stop tap 2) run a spur to feed a new external tap for garden use (appox 1.5 mm run from feed 3) run a spur through shed 2 to toilet shed ant roof level. At a future date shed 2 might be turned into utility room for washing machine etc. spur length to toilet approx 7 m 4) replace toilet and Victorian high level toilet with new ceramic WC close coupled unit. 5 ) insert small wall mounted hand basin – cold water only – waste pipe connected to WC waste.

It would be useful to have the toilet operable by August 10. Decor and other works can wait until afterwards


Feedback for J Bexter Plumbing & Heating

The job involved replacing a stop tap, fitting an outside tap, and replacing a very old (some Victorian fittings) disused outside toilet in a series of semi-derelict brick sheds. James Bexter quoted promptly, and was not fazed by the condition of the sheds. We were keen to get the work done quickly because of visitors, and James was able to undertake the work within 3 days of us accepting his estimate. It took a day, which was less than any other quote allowed for. The work was done efficiently and satisfactorily. We are happy with it.