Plumbing And Property Maintenance Limited

Complete Bathrooms

Plumbing And Property Maintenance combine their talents to offer a complete bathroom installation service. From gutting your old suite to re-plastering and tiling to installing new suites, towel rails and lighting.
 

 
We can assist in the design and sourcing of materials or work with materials you supply, the choice is yours, but here are our list of things to consider ...
 
  • It is best to always go for a white bathroom suite. However, the exception to this rule is including a glass or natural stone sink. Even if you opt for white tiles with your white suite your choice of ceiling and floor colour, along with coloured towels and accessories will lift the room and enable you to make changes in future.
  • Make sure there is plenty of storage. We all need somewhere to put towels, spare loo roll and other toiletries, just take a look around what is in your bathroom right now! Vanity sink units, fitted furniture, mirrored cabinets, shelving, there is an option for even the smallest bathroom. Also take care not to forget your shower cubicle where on the wall dispensers can look great. 
  • Consider moving away from just one light centrally positioned on the ceiling. There are shower downlights which combine with an extractor fan, or mirrors with built in lighting. There is no need to have dark corners. Removing the light pull in the bathroom and repositioning to a light switch in the hallway can be a neater alternative.
  • Mirrors not only enable you to see yourself, but carefully positioned can be used to make a room appear larger than it actually is.
  • Consider boxing in ugly pipework. The extra expense is always worth it and don't forget access panels can always be incorporated to enable isolation valves etc... to be turned off quickly and without damaging your new bathroom.
  • Always check before finalizing the order of your new suite that the suite will actually fit into your space. Can the bathroom door still open? Is there room to get in and out of the shower or bath? There are now more and more compact alternatives should space be at a premium.