Surprisingly, bathroom renovations usually involves a wide range of trades to complete. And to make sure the work is done to a standard accepted by building regulations, some of these trades is required to have some particular legal qualifications. Therefore, if you’re interested in getting a new bathroom project done, you’ll probably need to call in more than just your plumber.
Below are the different trades you may need to successfully install a new bathroom:
✓ Plumber - The plumber’s task would be to install the new bathroom’s pipework and reposition and fit the bathroom items as needed.
✓ Tiler - To remove old tiles ( if any), prepare and tile the walls and/or floor.
✓ Labourer - To detach the old suite, strip out old tiles as well as floor covering etc.
✓ Plasterer - To skim the ceiling or board out the walls before you tile or plaster.
✓ Joiner - To re-hinge doors or construct studwork. For instance, when including a new bathroom to a bedroom.
✓ Painter - To paint the newly skimmed ceiling with the help of anti mould bathroom.
✓ Electrician - To install underfloor heating, ceiling spotlights, an extractor fan or a shaver point.
✓ A builder - A general builder will be required if your new bathroom project requires any structural work to be carried out such as installing a new uPVC window, putting in an RSJ and lots more.
✓ A decorate - As the name suggests, the decorator can come in to make the bathroom look a lot more attractive and to finish the job.
And above all, to ensure proper coordination and success of the project, you’ll also need a person who’ll serve as the lynchpin in charge of the entire project.