Bathroom refurbishment - Bathroom Fitting job in Streatham Hill, South London

Job description

List of jobs that need doing:

(1) move bath by ~17cm, up against an end wall (without disturbing the existing tiling - the lowest row of tiles sits on a plastic edging “lip”, so moving the bath without disturbing the tiles should not be a problem);

(2) box in resulting ~17cm gap at other end of bath;

(3) tile shower area (~ 2.25 sq metres), using 10 x 20cm gloss white ceramic tiles plus perhaps one or two horizontal rows of smaller green tiles as an accent;

(4) install thermostatic bath-shower mixer tap and riser rail;

(5) install folding shower screen;

(6) fit corner shower caddy;

(7) replace worn washers in basin taps;

(8) fit new lavatory siphon with internal overflow;

(9) fit “interflush” unit (http://www.interflush.co.uk), to provide a controlled flush (to allow for this, at least 20mm of space must be left between the new siphon and the underside of the cistern lid);

(10) replace defective doughnut washer;

(11) replace cistern supply pipe;

(12) remove external overflow pipe;

(13) re-fix loose towel rail;

(14) tighten loose toilet seat.

Customer to supply thermostatic tap and tiles, other materials to be provided by tradesman.

Feedback

Feedback for Alaspects Property Maintenance

Immediately after Martin had installed a combi boiler for me, I asked him to do a bathroom refurbishment as well. The specification covered a long list of jobs, some substantial (e.g. moving a bath without disturbing existing tiling), and others quite small (e.g. fitting a shower screen). Again, I was happy with the results - everything was done to a high standard, with all the care, attention to detail and concern for quality which I’ve come to expect from Martin. There isn’t much else to add to the feedback I posted on 22 July for the boiler job, except to say that because of some unexpected problems, this job (a) took a good deal longer to complete than expected, and (b) required a couple of return visits to sort out a persistent problem with the toilet cistern. Martin made no attempt to increase his quote because of (a); and once told about the problem, he returned promptly to sort out (b), again at no extra cost.