This article shows a recent narrow bathroom installation in Pudsey, Leeds.
All work carried out by ukbathroomguru.com
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We install bathrooms from start to finish, supplying all the necessary trades and project managing the whole process, so you don’t have to! We normally supply & fit bathroom suites but in this example we fitted a customer supplied suite.
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As part of this recent bathroom fitting in Pudsey, the following work was done:
2 x walls were stripped back during the ‘gutting’ stage to be reboarded. The lat & plaster wall above was stripped back to the studs to be reboarded to ensure the wall was perfectly flat and capable of taking the weight of the large porcelain wall tiles.
Please see here for more information on preparing walls prior to tiling.
Above you can see how the old toilet pan has been left in situ for the customer to use during the renovation work.
The walls were then reboarded after pipework was run in the void where necessary to suit the new design / layout:
The combined waste pipework for the basin & bath was run in the wall & under the bath, then under the floor to the drains outside the property for a neat finish that negated the need for any boxing in.
Hot and cold pipework was also run in the walls for the wall hung basin:
Please see here for more information on how the wall hung basin was fitted if you are interested.
Note the large format porcelain floor tiles & small upstand which replaced traditional skirting boards.
The old shower cubicle was removed and was replaced with a shower over a beautiful double ended bath that was filled by an overflow bath filler controlled by the shower valve.
Shower pipework was hidden within a newly built stud wall that would seperate the basin area behind it from the bath / shower, and provide a surface onto which the shower & glass bath screen could be sited.
A wooden frame was built around the bath to support its edges for a solid construction and to provide the framework for the bath panel:
No bath taps for a minimalist look.
The shower valve chosen allowed the user to operate the bath, and both shower heads from one simple valve:
In the picture(s) below you can see how the overall bathroom layout was altered slightly.
The UPVC window was replaced as part of the bathroom installation and this required that the toilet position was rotated through 90º as shown below:
The waste pipe was boxed in with wall tiles for a neat finish.
- Plastering of all walls & ceiling
- Installation of a new window cill
- Installation of spotlights (by the customers contractor – we can work with other trades if your brother is an electrician for example)
- Painting of all walls & ceiling with anti-mould bathroom paint to control the effects of bathroom humidity
- Custom cut large format mirrors were supplied & fitted to suit the available space from a local glass merchant.
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1. We worked with the customers existing suite & tile choices that they had sourced independently.
2. We provided a turn key bathroom installation comprising of bringing together the following trades:
- labourers for the rip out
- plasterer for the ceiling & walls
- painter & decorator for the walls & ceiling
- plumber for fitting the bathroom suite
- tiler for the wall & floor tiling
All these trades were managed to complete the bathroom in under 2 weeks.
We also arranged for the waste disposal via our local skip supplier (in areas where access is limited we have other means of waste removal so don’t worry.)
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