Bathroom Fitter in Warrington
Tried and Tested local plumbers with an impeccable reputation in bathroom design, supply and bathroom installation.
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Get in touch at any time for a a free quotation on a new bathroom installation in Warrington, advice and information is offered free of charge, no obligation.
Areas we cover
We cover all areas of Warrington and surrounding includng Appleton , Burtonwood, Culcheth, Lymm, Hollins Green, Rixton & Heigh Leigh.
75% of our work as a bathroom fitter in Warrington emanates from recommendations from our happy customers. Here’s a few reasons why:
- Will beat any like for like quote!
- We live local too, so in an emergency we’re never too far away
- All work is completed by our on-site team which means no sub contracting, no delays and direct contact with no messing around
No cost quotes.
- Help with all layout designs.
- Advice on choice of materials and appliances.
- Mindful decommissioning and disposal of your old bathroom and appliances.
- Minimised disruption to other parts of your home.
- Removal of all waste materials.
- New ceilings in several finishes.
- Plastering and skimming
- Timber panelling.
- Wall and floor tiling.
- Be-spoke finishes.
- Supply of all materials required.
Looking for a specialist bathroom fitter in Warrington? Here at K.A.P Plumbing & Heating we offer our customers a complete service from start to finish providing them with a pleasant reassurance, because we carry out all the plastering work, electrics, tiling and installation of a new bathroom suite . Our aim is to deliver the best possible service in a friendly, efficient and cost effective manner.
We are a complete team using our own in house staff from beginning to end and your total satisfaction is guaranteed. So, if you’re looking for a bathroom fitter in Warrington we’re the group you need.
More Information on Bathrooms
So What Can We Do For You?
Picking a bathroom for installation in Warrington generally starts with deciding on the look, feel and design that you want to achieve. Whether it’s a traditional or modern bathroom you want to create we’re here to offer help and suggestions from the beginning.
Listed here is a quick guide but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like to find out more about fittings or the installation procedure.
Baths are often the first thing people think about when considering a new bathroom installation and can ascertain the style of the entire bathroom. The quality of the bath is usually reflected in its thickness and we’d always recommend that you decide on the thickest bath that your funding permits. We will make sure everything is fitted with care and precise fitting – with everything sealed as it should be and the finish looking just like a show home!
Traditional toilets with a lever flush handle can offer the timeless look of quality and splendor – While the smooth lines of a modern design will make cleaning easier with the additional bonus of offering water saving dual flush cisterns. If your space is reduced and you need to maximise your space we’ll hide the cistern in the bathroom furniture.
Hand basin fitting
Hand basins receive the most use within any bathroom yet it’s sometimes over looked when thinking about and designing a bathroom layout. It is imperative that your basin harmonizes with the other sanitary designs but must also be very comfortable to use. A K.A.P Plumbing & Heating bathroom fitter in Warrington will help you with all of these style and design dilemmas!
Taps can help to finish and complement the style and look of your finished bathroom. Your taps also need to be compatible with your water system. Simplicity of use should also be considered with lever taps available for anyone that has lower mobility with their hands.
Electric shower fitting
Electric showers use water supplied from the cold water mains of your property and heat it on an “as and when” basis – which means you only use what you demand, giving the benefit of not having to store any hot water and can often make them a sensible choice for second bathrooms and en-suites.
Mixer showers fitting
Mixer showers are available in many sorts and use the water directly from your properties hot water supply. The advantage of this is that they don’t need an electricity supply.
Power Shower fitting
As with mixer showers, a power shower uses water direct from your hot water supply (stored in your immersion tank) but with a built-in pump. The main advantage of a power shower is all in the name – they supply a much better shower pressure!
Shower trays and enclosures fitting
Just like your bath, the shower area can be the most important appliance and area in your bathroom in relation to style and design and if you only have a shower, then is almost definitely the focal point of any bathroom. They can give you a washing facility in small spots where a bath can’t fit or is not economical due to size constraints or offer you the luxury and style of a walk-in enclosure.
Bathroom furniture can offer an effective way to add the finishing touches to your bathroom whilst in addition delivering functional space for storage. Another added advantage is that they can be used and are often made to disguise unpleasant pipe work that can be a barrier to a elegant new design. While making cleaning easier by limiting dust traps and providing you with smooth surfaces to wipe over.
Lighting and electrical
Lighting is essential for any bathroom installation. With the practical need to be able to see in the mirror lighting can likewise be used to produce a calming mood and ambience for a long soak after a long, hard day. Don’t forget the shaver socket you may not use an electric razor but you might want to charge an electrical tooth brush!