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What are the best bathroom brands in the UK?

3 Answers

Answered by Jay Plumbing & Heating

5th April 2020

Jay Plumbing & Heating answered the question "What are the best bathroom brands in the UK?"

I would always recommend buying from a reputable local high street merchant that supplies quality products offered with guarantee and spare parts, rather than the internet where there are many dubious cheap products with little back up and support. a local merchant should be able to help with the design of the bathroom, and a seamless exchange of product if required.

Answered by Heatwize plumbing and heating

4th February 2020

Heatwize plumbing and heating answered the question "What are the best bathroom brands in the UK?"

Our customers rely on us to purchase their new bathroom, so key based on their requirements. Brand of bathroom suite is not too important, as for the majority you can be guided by quality based on price. For example a shower enclosure can be £99 or £999! For £99 you’ll get 6mm glass (still safe) and cheaper parts. For £999 you’ll get 10mm glass and top quality parts. This is only a rule of thumb and will varying. We recommend shopping around. Pop to a local bathroom showroom, browse the internet and speak to an experienced bathroom fitter.

Answered by S Banks Plumbing Heating & Eco Energies Ltd

28th January 2020

S Banks Plumbing Heating & Eco Energies Ltd answered the question "What are the best bathroom brands in the UK?"

It depends really but I don’t find that one perticular brand covers all and that’s needed in a bathroom and if something is not available as a figment is useless changing to another so best to mix and match, but with a clear idea of what the final bathroom will look like. At least then you get what you want and the customer gets what they want.

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