Bathroom re-location to adjoining room - Bathroom Fitting job in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Job description

The current upstairs room is split into 2 which forms a walk-through room and a bathroom facing to the back. The plan is to put a new wall and door in to form a corridor to the back room and have the bathroom moved to the new room which has a small window facing out to the side of the house. I already have some of the materials.

Exisiting Bathroom (1.65m x 2.63m approx) 1. Disconnect and remove existing bathroom 2. Remove old tiling (on 2 and a half of the walls) 3. Replace window with larger UPVC sash window (1m 4cm x 1m 66cm approx) this would be the same width as existing but extending down like original window would have. 4. Put in double electric power socket and light switch 5. Re-plaster walls (3 walls) and skim ceiling

New Bathroom (2m x 1.74m approx) 1. Put up new plasterboard wall to form corridor area and new bathroom with a wooden 4-panelled door 2. Plaster skim ceiling and new wall. 3. Fit new bathroom suite (already have this) extending existing pipework. 4. Fit ladder type towel rail radiator (chrome/silver) Please quote price to supply this. 5. Fit electric shower over bath (8.5 kw chrome/silver) Please quote price to supply this. 6. Tile bathroom all around bath and splashback over hand basin. 7. Fit new light switch for bathroom and move electrical power socket to the outside of the new plasterboard wall. 8. Fit extractor fan.

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