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Average Bathroom fitting cost in Havering

The typical cost of Bathroom fitting is £2300. Costs alter based on the materials and the organisation selected. The upper price range can be as high as £2760. The material costs are in general around £-

Average price per Bathroom fitting job in 2022

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£1,314

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£2,617

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Prices based on actual Bathroom fitting costs for Havering, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Bathroom fitting installation cost in Havering 2022

Labour cost £2,000
Waste removal £300
Time frame: 1-3 days

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Havering

The London Borough of Havering is a London borough in East London, England and forms a part of Outer London. The London Borough of Havering was created in 1965 by the combined former area of the Municipal Borough of Romford and Hornchurch Urban District which had been moved to Greater London from Essex by the London Government Act 1963. The name Havering is a reference to the Royal Liberty of Havering which occupied the location for several centuries. The local authority is Havering London Borough Council.

The principal town in Havering is Romford and the other primary communities are Hornchurch, Upminster and Rainham. Havering is bordered south by the London Borough of Bexley by the River Thames, towards the west by the London Borough of Redbridge and the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham and towards the north and east by Essex. The borough is mostly characterised by suburban improvement with big areas of protected open space. Havering covers an overall area of 43.35 square miles. There is a high ratio of area per capita as large parts of Havering are parkland and 23 square miles (60 km2), which is over half of the borough, is Metropolitan Green Belt protected land. Those locations of development are extensive but hardly ever intensive.

Based on population estimates from 2014, it features a permanent population of about 245974 inhabitants. Havering is served by the London Underground and there is an extensive network of London Bus routes.

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GOLDCREST MAINTENANCE SERVICE

5 review(s)
Based: in London, SE4 1HT

We pride ourselves on delivering what the customer wants, on time, within budget and to a high standard. Mission Statement To maintain the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, honesty and fairness in our relationships with our customers, sta...

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Karen S., SE4
5

Bathroom | Fitting in London

Very good courteous and through consultation. I've accepted the quotation

DDS DEVELOPMENT LTD

3 review(s)
Based: in Hornchurch, RM11 3TH

Hi, I’m Den, your local builder I can improve any aspect of the inside of your home: Kitchens Bathrooms Flooring Decorating Tiling Carpentry Electrical Heating I have over 25 years experience and have undertaken all sorts of project...

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Michael P., RM3
5

Bathroom | Fitting in Romford

What a beautiful bathroom we have! Workmanship was superb,clean and tidy at the end of each day. Worked hard all day, pa...

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01 Oct

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM2

Enquiry from: John M

Start Date: Immediate

to supply and fit a shower unit suitable for a disabled elderly person. to deal with a leaking toilet bowl. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached do you have ...

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20 Sep

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM2

Enquiry from: John M

Start Date: Immediate

to supply and fit a shower unit suitable for a disabled elderly person. to deal with a leaking toilet bowl. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: semi detached do you have ...

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22 Jan

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Graham L

Start Date: Immediate

Old tiles knocked off. And replaced with nice bigger grey tiles. Bathroom is sma*** *** new silver radiator new floor vent in ceiling and one corner of bath strengthened it tilts slightly in one corne...

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26 Jul

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Hornchurch - RM11

Enquiry from: Ade R

Start Date: Immediate

There is a toilet downstairs with enough room to hard a shower room. So need a quote for that. A portable shower.

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16 Jul

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: David S

Start Date: Less than one month

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: 8 ft x 7ft approx, Work description: retile bathroom, fit new bath suite, fit ex...

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13 Jul

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Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Azam K

Start Date: Immediate

To install mechanical ventilation to Bathroom

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28 Mar

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Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Andrea B

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: n/a, Work description: Remove old bath and replace with Phoenix Corsica - Bow Fr...

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22 Feb

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford, Ilford - RM6

Enquiry from: Bishu D

Start Date: Less than one month

Remove old size standard bathroom and refit a new one including tiling. Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Property Type: Terrace Do you have all the materials required: No Interested i...

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13 Feb

Bathroom | Fitting

South Ockendon - RM15

Enquiry from: David G

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: 6 foot x 6 foot , Work description: Fit new sink and cabinet new toilet and show...

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03 Jan

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM1

Enquiry from: Gavin L

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Flat, apartment, Bathroom floor area: 48, Work description: Installation of, walk in shower / steam room, to...

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01 Nov

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Laura L

Start Date: Immediate

I would like a new basin sink with new taps, new toilet, retile bathroom floors and new wall tiles. I want to keep the bath, but just change the bath panel. Also have a electric towel rail put in.

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23 Oct

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM7

Enquiry from: Erjan G

Start Date: Less than one month

Property type: Flat, apartment, Bathroom floor area: 40, Work description: Take out old bathroom Re plaster walls and ceiling Tile floor and walls Install new bathroom suites Fit in new ligh...

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14 Oct

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM5

Enquiry from: Dwayne H

Start Date: Immediate

Tile bathroom floor and walls New bath New sink New toilet Plaster ceiling Spot lights in ceiling New radiator Also tile on suit shower and replace base and door Are you the property owner...

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18 Sep

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Jennifer J

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: Flat, apartment, Bathroom floor area: 7x6, Work description: Labour cost to refit: Bath/shower/basin + cabin...

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11 Apr

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Romford, Ilford - RM6

Enquiry from: Yousaf M

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: 7 feet x 7 feet, Work description: the bath room is approximately 7feet xx 7feet...

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19 Jan

Bathroom | Fitting

Hornchurch - RM12

Enquiry from: Dawn D

Start Date: Immediate

Customer visited the mybathroomprices.co.uk site and submitted an enquiry. Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: 194, Work description: Tile splash back to hand basin and toilet, fit shower pan...

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28 Dec

Bathroom | Fitting

Hornchurch - RM11

Enquiry from: Kelly R

Start Date: Immediate

Work description: I would like removal of old bathroom, plus tiling of all walls and flooring, installation of bath, basin, toilet, taps and shower mixer and screen, plus installation of heated towel ...

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25 Nov

Bathroom | Fitting

Hornchurch - RM12

Enquiry from: Steve J

Start Date: Immediate

Fit a new bathroom suite and change a radiator Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Current Boiler: Gas Age of boiler: 0-5 years How old is your property: 50 years + What level of service...

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07 Nov

Bathroom | Fitting

Romford - RM3

Enquiry from: Michael P

Start Date: Immediate

Work description: refit of bathroom with corner shower to replace bath tiling, and all plumbing Are you the property owner: Owner of the property Do you have all the materials required: Yes Require...

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19 Aug

Bathroom | Fitting

Hornchurch - RM11

Enquiry from: Brad L

Start Date: Immediate

Property type: House, Bathroom floor area: 7, Work description: 2x rooms. The first is a downstairs WC, mainly tiling work with a small element of plumbing. Tiles are specialist Z shape and must b...

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FAQs

How to fit bathroom downlights?

Once you have your new bathroom installed, or perhaps you’re only replacing the old downlights, you’d probably want to know how to go about fitting your new bathroom downlights. If yes, then you’re not alone! This is a very common question amongst several homeowners and we wish to guide you through once and for all. However, it must be said that if you are not a competent DIYer or probably lack the confidence or skills to pull this off, then it’s advisable to hire a professional to get the best results and also save yourself some money and time.

Here are the list of the tools you’ll need to fit your bathroom downlights: Tape measure, chalk line or laser, pencil, pad saw, hand drill, hole saw and screw drivers.

✓ Measure the bathroom ceiling and mark out the central point of the light which will be where the downlights will be placed. Drill a small pilot hole here.

✓ Check above the ceiling to ensure that there’s no pipes, joists or wires in the way. It’s always a good practice to make sure that there’s sufficient room around where the downlight is to be installed in order to avoid placing it too close to a joist or any other obstacle. You should try as much as possible to maintain a 6 inch gap around the spot where the downlight is placed to make sure the fitting does not overheat.

✓ Use a hole saw or a plasterboard saw to make the cut out for the downlight. Check the downlight’s box for instruction on the size.

✓ Once you’ve been able to make a clean cut ceiling hole, pull through the wiring through the hole so that the downlight can be wired. Once done, then you can fit the downlight into the hole by holding the two springs back against the sides of the downlighter and push up into the hole.

Can I fit a bathroom myself?

Are you thinking about installing a new bathroom in your home? One thing that commonly crosses most homeowner’s mind is whether a task can be done by themselves without having to call on a professional for help and in turn, save them some money. So if you’re also thinking along this route, then you’re not alone!

Asides the kitchen, no other home project is probably more involved when talking about the systems as well as skills required. At times, it can be so complicated most expert DIYers will take a deep breathe before carrying out a remodelling job for a bathroom. Basically, bathroom installation will include electrical works, plumbing works as well as tile works which all requires a highly skilled tradesman. It’s the type of work where every square foot counts as it’s a dense, tight work. Apart from that, there are usually some frequent surprises here and there such as identifying rotting joists as well as sub floor underneath a leaking shower or terribly rusted cast iron plumbing stacks. And to round it all up, you’ll also have to deal with the time pressure that comes with a bathroom remodelling project as the room is a highly essential space within the home. As a DIYer you’ll be under immense pressure to get it all over with as soon as possible for continued usage.

The solution to all the problems is simply to call in a professional who can help you manage the project from start to finish. The advantage of this is that you’ll get a good job done and probably in a quicker time than you would have. However, the main reason why most homeowners might not want to hire a pro to handle their bathroom remodelling job is because of money. Ultimately, if you feel confident enough you can go ahead and do the task yourself. If not, then calling in a reliable professional would be your best bet.

How to fit a bathroom sink?

Is your bathroom sink damaged or old and looking fragile? If yes, then you’re most likely interested in fitting a new one as soon as possible. So how do you go about the installation of a new bathroom sink? This is one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to bathroom sinks and for a good reason. The fact is, if you’re DIY competent, then this is a task that shouldn’t give you too many hard times. However, if you’re without a proper training or experience, we’d recommend hiring the services of a plumber to guarantee the best results as save yourself some time and additional money which may result from costly errors. In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to bathroom sink installation.

✓ Tap preparation. Apply a small amount of plumber’s mate putty to the base of the taps to be installed.

✓ Install the taps. Identify the taps holes in the sink and squeeze the taps firmly in place, fit the washers and back nuts to the sink’s underside.

✓ Wipe off excess putty. Use a suitable tool to wipe off excess putty that has been pressed out by the tap.

✓ Install the wastage drain. Fit the wastage drain easily into the sink in such a way that the back and front (not side to side) is faced by the two wastage holes.

✓ Tighten the wastage pipe. Squeeze the wastage pipe in, include the washer on the opposite side as well as the nut. Tighten properly with an adjustable spanner and wipe off excess put using a screwdriver or any suitable tool.

✓ Fit the sink to the wall. Put the bolts in position before hanging the sink. Once done, then bolt the sink to the wall and tighten the nut with an adjustable spanner.

✓ Ensure that it’s level with the help of a spirit level.

How long does it take to fit a bathroom?

Fitting a new bathroom can be a strenuous and very complicated task which usually comes with serious financial implications. But even more importantly, you’re most likely going to be working tight to a time schedule. So you’d like to know how soon you can have your bathroom space back and ready to use. This mostly either because you’re really impatient to see how your new bathroom will turn out to be or because you do not really fancy using another bathroom for long pending the time your new bathroom is being fitted and we definitely do not blame you. Having your bathroom back new and sparkling can be the best feeling ever and all professionals seek to get the job done as soon as they possibly can.

Overall, one thing that everyone would need to consider is mainly setting realistic expectations. Giving an accurate time it’ll take to complete the installation of your bathroom is almost impossible as there are many factors that can play a huge role in that. These factors include the size of the project as well as the design’s complexities, materials to be used and any other special requirements in the project. As a result, while 5 days is the average number of days it’ll take for the professional installation of a new bathroom, this can vary depending on the size of your bathroom and more. And you would have guessed, a smaller bathroom will require less number days when compared to a bigger bathroom with the same design. Also, designs can go a long way to determine the duration of a bathroom installation project with complex ones requiring more days as compared to simpler designs.

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