How much does a new bathroom cost?
Answered by Flintshire Property Services Ltd
15th July 2019
Flintshire Property Services Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
How long is a piece of string. This question is impossible to answer without carrying out a survey. Every bathroom is different and every customer wants different things. Things to take into consideration are the existing plumbing, Electrics and walls. What suite and unit are wanted. What wall coverings, tiles or panels. This is just the basics. The best advice is to get a company to come and carry out a survey and supply a detailed estimate.
Answered by Lee Key Plumbers
22nd June 2019
Lee Key Plumbers answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
This is the classic question. It’s almost like phoning a car dealer up and asking how much a new car will cost. A Popular brand of car will be considerably cheaper than a prestigious brand. Decide on your budget then look on the high street or online for the cost of the style and brand of bathroom suite you want. Then the plumber / installer will be able to give you an idea of what the cost will be.
Answered by CONCEPT PLUMBING
17th May 2019
CONCEPT PLUMBING answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
This is a very common question which i often get get asked over the phone, how much roughly for a new bathroom. Unfortunately it is not a question you can answer with out actually making a site visit to quote. there are so many factors involved in installing bathrooms which have a factor in the cost. is the suite going in the same place, how much tiling is involved. how much preparation work is needed before tiling starts, does it need plastering?, are they planning on adding maybe a shower as well. whats the waste runs like is there enough fall in the drains. Does the installation require electrical works or does it require notification to building control. Then you have the factors of what products the customer wants to fit. High end fixtures and fittings and tiles, too a lower end suite and basic tiles. All these things will affect the price of any bathroom, it is always best the arrange for a site survey and estimate for the works you are thinking of, it is always a good idea of knowing what your budget is and asking the fitter to advise on what will work best for the budget you have. i hope that helps as all bathrooms like people are different and have so many factors to cover to help give you the perfect bathroom installation.
Answered by J. Wheatley Gas, Plumbing & Heating Limited
3rd May 2019
J. Wheatley Gas, Plumbing & Heating Limited answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
The cost of new bathroom really depends on the look you are going for - we offer a large range of bathroom furniture to suit any budget, style and overall finished look. Here at J.Wheatley Gas, Plumbing and Heating Ltd. we offer a FREE design and quotation service and too make the process easy, we have a family run bathroom/boiler showroom in Hunmanby, North Yorkshire in which you can browse all our furniture ranges and take away free, exclusive brochures to browse in the comfort of your own home.
Answered by AJ & SONS PLUMBING
23rd April 2019
AJ & SONS PLUMBING answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Hi. the cost of a new bathroom really depends on what you want fitted. The price can vary so much depending on style, budget, and if you want items moved to different positions in the room. Also a factor can be the walls, whether you want it tiling or splash boarding. My advice would be to get brochures and look through them and have an idea what you would like, then sit down with your plumber and go through it And also take on board any ideas your plumber may have as these could save you money.
Answered by A.T Contract Services
12th April 2019
A.T Contract Services answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
I think it is impossible to say how much a bathroom costs as it could range from 1000-20000 or more it all depends on the fixture and fittings wanted by the client and how much they would like to change the layout from what’s already there. If it’s a room being converted to a bathroom then it could be even more depending on the location of hot/cold and waste pipes to that room
Answered by Sunderland Property Renovations Ltd
28th March 2019
Sunderland Property Renovations Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Varies greatly on fixtures and fittings,tiles, quality of baths/ shower enclosure etc. How much the layout is altered from existing position of stack existing H & C feeds electric. Difficult to answer without clear idea of exactly what customer requires. I am happy to recommend fittings that I have previously had good experiences with and also retailers that I have a good relationship with.
Answered by BPH - Blakemore Plumbing And Heating
27th March 2019
BPH - Blakemore Plumbing And Heating answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
This varies by quite a lot. It all depends on the spec. How big/small is the bathroom? Is it like for like or are things being moved or added? Are you have all the walls and floor tiled or just half way and vinyl floor? Is their a tiled walk in shower area? How much are the tiles and the suite? There are some many variables it’s hard to be tied down to a generic price.
Answered by M W McManus Ltd
24th March 2019
M W McManus Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Depending on quality of materials price can vary by quite a lot but on average a nice bathroom supplied and fitted would be 8k including downlighters and extractor fan which is obviously on top of all white goods. Bespoke Bathrooms tends to complete refurbishments within 2 weeks to keep disruption to a minimum for customer.
Answered by A Daughtry Plumbing & Heating Ltd
23rd March 2019
A Daughtry Plumbing & Heating Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Cost of a bathroom refurb can vary depending on personal choice i.e. choice of sanitary ware, tiles removing walls, changing around the layout and fitted furniture. Looking at previous bathroom installations done over the last 12 months completed by A Daughtry plumbing and heating Ltd they have ranged between 6-12k inc Vat, If the bathroom is to be a Wetroom which can range between 7-16k inc vat depending on specifications. Best advice is listen to your installer their advice can be invaluable, let them you what you want and let them know your budget as this will allow them to design your bathroom accordingly.
Answered by DL Property Maintenance Services
27th February 2019
DL Property Maintenance Services answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
As already said by someone the cost can vary a lot. It all depends on personal choice and sanitary ware or furniture that is chosen. The labour price won’t vary that much as installation is similar, although fitted units do take a little longer to fit. You can save a little money by using a non vat registered company so you will save the vat, apart from that it is totally up to you with what range of ware and furniture you chiose
Answered by Prenton plumbing service Ltd
22nd February 2019
Prenton plumbing service Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
The cost of a bathroom refurbishment - replacement can cost as little or as much as you have budgeted for your project as with anything that you invest money in the greater the investment the more bang for your buck . There is no hard and fast fixed price for a bathroom refurbishment as everyone has different requirements, different budgets my advice is invest what you can afford but most importantly make sure it is fit for your needs .
Answered by younique Plumbing Ltd T/A as Tim Reynolds Plumbing, Heating & Gas
22nd February 2019
younique Plumbing Ltd T/A as Tim Reynolds Plumbing, Heating & Gas answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
A new bathroom cost is dependant on a huge range of variables. Also location and quality of workmanship can have a huge affect too. As a rule of thumb in the south of England, for an average sized family bathroom to be installed to a good standard with good quality branded sanitary and brassware, the cost would be roughly £5000-7000 fully supplied and fitted. However this is a very rough guide and could often be more expensive.
Answered by Nestor Plumbing & Heating
22nd February 2019
Nestor Plumbing & Heating answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
How longs a piece of string? Lol The average bathroom, designed supplied and fitted costs around £5000+vat, but this price can vary significantly, depending on the size of the room, area to be tiled and the chosen tiles itself, quality of materials required ie taps shower and suite itself. The best option to to arrange a visit, where the installer can evaluate what you have and discuss your options from there, have a budget in mind and let the installer know, then they can design accordingly
Answered by A J Marsden Ltd
15th February 2019
A J Marsden Ltd answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Fully fitted bathrooms usually start around £6000 with the bathroom, tiles and installation but the true cost usually relies on the size of the room, the bathroom suite and tiles and can be as much as £30,000. The best thing to do is to set your budget then we would be able to guide you after a survey on what item range would suite this budget
Answered by BH Property Services
14th February 2019
BH Property Services answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Well this depends on the spec and size of the bathroom itself. labour wise can be 2-3 weeks depending on spec you would be looking at around £2250-£3000 just for the labour. then the materials would be on top of that so all depends on the customer and what their taste is and their budget.
Answered by Ambient design and heating
10th February 2019
Ambient design and heating answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
This is a very hard question to ask,you can get a basic contract bathroom installed for around £3000 but on the other spectrum it could cost over £10’000 for just the installation fees plus the materials and suite chosen. Average bathrooms do cost a lot so design it well and install to a high standard as a quality bathroom should last near 15-20 years if looked after
Answered by Quality Plumbing
10th February 2019
Quality Plumbing answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Bathrooms vary massively in price as no two bathrooms are the same. Each job will have a completely different spec to the previous. The average standard sized bathroom with a toilet, basin, bath with shower over, full tiling of walls and floor, plastering and new lighting will cost between £3000 and £4000 labour and materials. On top of that you’ll have the costs of the bathroom suite and tiles.
Answered by TLC property services uk
10th February 2019
TLC property services uk answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Difficult question as all bathrooms are different from room size to work involved but on average I would say your looking at around £3000 for installation but this will vary depending on room size. Also the price will be effected if the customer is wanting supply and fit. Best advice to give is get 2 or 3 quotes and compare them. Thanks Lewis
Answered by SJL Plumbing and Heating
9th February 2019
SJL Plumbing and Heating answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
Difficult question! As a company we strive for high quality bathrooms on a budget. Our average bathroom installation costs £3000 - £4000 for installation. For this you would normally get full tiling, plastered ceiling, lights replaced, mirror/shaver point, full suite swap and new pipework throughout. Occasionally this will also cover replacement flooring too. Then it’s down to how much you want to spend on the suite and tiles.
Answered by PG Plumbing
9th February 2019
PG Plumbing answered the question "How much does a new bathroom cost?"
How long is a piece of string ? There is no set in stone cost for a new bathroom as all jobs will vary greatly . Some customers will only want a straight swap of sanitary ware , others will want a total refurb with everything new . Obviously there is a considerable difference in labour cost for both jobs . Also the price of sanitary ware and brassware ( taps etc) varies as does the quality . So there really is no fixed cost