Browse through the gallery to see a selection of some of our work. We will be updating our blog regularly with case studies to give a more detailed review of some of the projects that we have completed for our clients. We can provide references on request or you can read through the testimonials, to see what our clients have to say about us.
Please click on the "View gallery" links below to see before and working progress pictures too.
If you would like a Whirlpool bath, we can fit one. Here we had to take out part of a wall to make the room feel bigger and to ensure the bath fitted in. Plastering and painting was also completed by us.
We had to be very careful with this job as Mrs Royal wanted to keep some of the tiles and also the mirrors (we didn't want 7 years of bad luck!) Nothing was damaged and we were able to re-use some of the original pieces, saving the customer money. We specialise in bathrooms, we have seen a lot in our time and have loads of ideas. It's not just a job to us - it's art!!
Mrs Miller wanted us to just put in a new shower and enclosure. She wanted to save some money so we put up multi panel and a new enclosure and shower. If you want good water pressure why not have a pressurised tank fitted? There is a lifetime guarantee on all tanks and you can have the best shower and great pressure around the whole house.
Mrs J Brown
Mr & Mrs Woodhouse
(before and after photos)Norwich based, they told us their budget which helped a lot and we stuck to it! They were very happy with their two rooms.
Mr & Mrs Vincent
Here we had to turn two rooms into one. Taking out the wall between the toilet and the old bathroom, we then had to block up one of the doorways, putting the shower against it and the bath the other end.
Mr & Mrs Smith
They wanted to make the most of the space so with this design we had to somehow get the soil pipe to work with it. We managed it, putting in a row of units along the wall, the end result was great. There was also limited space for a radiator, so we put in underfloor heating and an electric tower rail (customer picked the colour, it looks really nice). We also painted, did all the electrical work (with certificates), and the plastering too. So, if you don't have the time to even paint, we can do everything for you! Just sit back and enjoy your dream bathroom when finished.
Mr & Mrs Knights
This was work we completed in an old rectory, along the coast. As you can see, pink was the in thing at the time. We found a tile with the age when it was made and it had lasted a long time, 47 years!! Wow, let's hope our bathrooms last that long and are still looking nice.
Mr & Mrs Duck
If you want a bedroom turned into a bathroom then give us a call. Here are the before and after pictures - there will be a mirror above the basin. We had to build something to make the shower work in the old airing cupboard, again a very old building that we are very used to working in by now.
Mr & Mrs Dack
This was a very small downstairs toilet, but a lot of thought and work had to go into this job to make it all fit neatly. There was a lot of carpentry work needed to achieve this finish and we had to work very closely with Mrs Dack to get exactly what she wanted. She was very happy with the end result, hence we worked on her utility room next.
Mr and Mrs Back
Mr and Mrs Back are repeat customers and they asked us if we also do kitchens. More and more repeat customers are asking us to fit kitchens, and they clearly think our work is good. Of course, we agreed to take on this work. The kitchens are supplied by Howdens and you also get the CAD drawings too. If you want an extractor for your cooker but think you can't have an external one, think again. Having a charcoal internal one (which aren't that great) isn't necessary and we have loads of ideas to get around the problem. We can install it around the top of the room, make it look the same all the way round and disguise it or make it a feature. We put in new doors and a new floor which is real wood engineered flooring, with a 6mm veneer on top. This flooring is of very high quality, and as you can see, the end result is stunning. If you struggle to have the space for a radiator, we could install a kick space heater in the kick boards of your kitchen. These could be installed to run off your main heating system, not from your mains electricity, so they are much more efficient.
Mrs Keeley wanted a bigger shower but wasn't sure it was possible until we visited. We also saved her money and mess by re-using the existing toilet and basin units. The end result was great and was far cheaper than replacing the whole suite. We also fitted a water softener in the kitchen too, stopping lime scale build up in the house. Mrs Keeley is another repeat customer, having previously worked on her wood panelling and Heritage loom.
This was a very old building, an old pump house in fact. There was a lot of carpentry work on this job, but the time and effort involved paid off.
Mr Hall explained his budget and we were able to stick within it. Having the tray on the floor was a must for the customer (the floor was 12 inches of concrete, so not an easy job), but we managed to achieve what he wanted and he was very pleased with the end result.
We had to work with the Barters and their budget so had to keep some of the old parts of the bathroom. We really wanted to help them out as they were an elderly couple and needed a shower, not a bath. The end result was great and they were very happy.
Customer was told by another bathroom company that they couldn't take his bath out and put in a shower tray. We proved them wrong, it was an easy job and we don't understand why they said it wasn't possible. It was a very old house and we had to work with what was there and try and keep everything in keeping with the old style. From this job we also got his neighbour's job too, Mr Davis.
Customer was told she would have to take the room apart and start again by another company, but didn't want to spend that sort of money and didn't really like their ideas. We explained to her that she didn't have to spend a fortune and that we could work with what she had. She was getting leaks in the corner, but wasn't expecting to have to have the whole room re-done. Where the shower was there was a little recess, so we battened it off which then gave us room for the pipes to go into the walls and no funny little angles for water to get in. We kept the floor and just put in a shower tray to keep the water where it needed to be, and not all over the floor. We installed a screen and put multi panel on top of her old tiles again to save time and money. She was very happy with the finished result.
Mr & Mrs Cerensa
The family had just bought this bungalow and with a small child, it just didn't work with this layout. We had to work out what we could do with the help of the family (they had lived with it and most of the time customers have good ideas too). We decided together to take out the wall between the toilet and the shower room and put the shower in the smaller part of the outer part of the building. The end results were just what they were hoping for, and look great, as you can see.
We had to make a cupboard into a shower room and do a bathroom at the same time. He was told by other companies that it couldn't be done, but we did it and proved that anything is possible.
We had to put in 2x 300 litre water tanks in this job as it was going to be a bed and breakfast and needed plenty of water. We had to reinforce the floor to take the weight first of all and then it was over to Robbie with his great plumbing skills (I think he could work for NASA after looking at how neat his pipe work was!) The hot water would have taken a while to get to the opposite side of the house, so we put in a secondary return which solved that problem. Job done! On this job we had to do 6 bathrooms in white, which all had to stay in keeping with the old building.
The before pictures of Mrs Berryman's bathroom shows what happens with no extractor and no air flow. The room was treated and the problem rectified and then the suite was put back in.
We had to travel to Ely for this job. The response we got when we had finished was WOW!
When you have a big family with teenagers and need a second bathroom, you can build one in a spare bedroom, just like the Cousins did. Mr Cousins had a few companies round and was told that it couldn't be done due to the 4inch soil pipe that needed to be put in. We visited and listened to what he wanted to achieve and confirmed that it could be done. The end result was a brand new bathroom and we built cupboards in the other bedroom so he now has a new en-suite.
A small room but typically bathrooms are this size. We had to rebuild the airing cupboard to fit in the new shower and tray on the right - unfortunately we didn't get a picture of this. We used new pine boards and old-style hinges and latch and had to put pipes in the wall for the towel radiator. It all fitted in nicely and worked well.
Mr & Mrs Rollingston
Mr & Mrs Swales
This customer wanted a bedroom to be turned into a bathroom and also needed a lot of cupboard space. We had to redo the soil pipe and put it in the room from the old shower room which also needed changing. We took out the toilet and shower to make it into a wardrobe and it worked well.
When you don't have room to have a bath in your bathroom, but really want one, give us a call. We can put one in your bedroom, it works really well! Here we had to reinforce the floor, so we put the bath on a platform and made a feature of it.
The Masons wanted to remove the wet room floor, as they said it was always wet and wondered what we could do to help. This is a common request and unless there is an elderly person who really does need it, many people are doing away with wet rooms. We simply put in a tray to keep the water contained, self levelled the floor and replaced it with our twin click flooring. This was in a barn conversion and the problem was rectified.
We had to move the left hand wall over just 6 inches, it seemed like a lot of work, but you have to do it if you want to achieve your goal! We had to make the bath fit too, it worked really well.
A nice design of Metro tiles with a slight difference (a splash of blue to break it up). This is why we love doing bathrooms, every customer has their own design.
This is a lovely walk in shower, which is our best seller (Mira platinum shower duel). Everyone is always pleased after having this shower fitted.
Mr & Mrs Fossey
Mr and Mrs Fossey wanted it fully tiled with a modern feel. The old corner bath was a little out of date so we pulled it out and put in new modem units. We also plastered and painted the ceiling. They wanted to supply their own carpet in the bathroom. Take particular notice of the neat silicone lines on the units; we always achieve a great finish.
Mr and Mrs Pratt
Mr and Mrs Pratt had a very small bathroom and were unsure what to do with it. So, as we have lots of experience, we worked our magic using our carpentry skills and attention to detail. Many of our competitors use sub-contractors and are just bathroom fitters; we are the whole package.
Mr and Mrs Reeve
Mr and Mrs Reeve wanted a very modern room. They choose high gloss on everything, sharp edge tiles and glass like multi panel. With the wood look twin click floor, we think the finish is fabulous. We didn't have to plaster this room as it was all ok. Again, look at the attention to detail and how clean everything has been left.
Mr and Mrs Pollock
Mr and Mrs Pollock wanted to keep the old toilet and basin in both rooms and why wouldn't you, if there is nothing wrong with them. They also wanted the rooms fully tiled and a new multi panel in the shower area. Look at the detail on the trim around the window, a lot of people don't always get it this neat! We take a lot of pride in getting it just right; it's not just a job to us, its art and a passion as we love our work. With the second bathroom Mr Pollock wanted grey tiles which gives a very cool and clean look. They both said how neat and tidy the house was always left and appreciated our attention to detail. It was their holiday home and they were both very happy with the finished result.
Mr and Mrs Robinson
This customer requested that we take out their shower room, hang new oak doors and make a bedroom into an en suite. We started off by blocking up the old door way and putting in a new one, as you can see. The old lath and plaster had to go as it was falling off whenever it was touched. We re plastered the walls, aqua panelled the shower area, which is what you are supposed to use, not marine ply, which a lot of people use. Marine ply is very old hat and if you use it the grout will go brown over time from the ply wood. We fitted our bestselling Digital Mira platinum shower - a firm favourite with our customers. They chose his and hers basins and a heated led mirror. We also fitted a new window in the bathroom and had to work on the soil stack outside. Finally, we painted all the rooms, fitted a downstairs cloakroom toilet and basin and painted and hung a white door. The results were a modern and spacious bathroom that the clients were very happy with. Some people say we have OCD, but fitting bathrooms is our passion and we take great pride in all our work....and we feel it shows!
Mr S Davies
Mr Davies went for a slate look and lots of units . We had to put a join in and as you can see done very well . The overall look is very neat
Mr and Mrs Balding
Brand new suite and new window installed. All tiling work and decorating undertaken.
Work included fully re-plastering and re-decorating in this project.
Mr and Mrs Holden
Fitted a new Japanese toilet (cleans your nether regions with a click of a button) in this 3-storey flat. The units were installed in a staggered way to give the room a more spacious feel.
The customer wanted a classic marble look to go with her new Japanese toilet. The whole room was re-plastered, with a tiled bath panel. A grey towel rail and new Mira shower were also installed.
Mr and Mrs Ford
Work included power flushing customers' heating system so that all the radiators worked correctly and fitting classic metro tiles and oak unit. Also installed a new pressurised cylinder into an alcove and concealed with a door.
Mr and Mrs Prafartoe
A large job, totalling 4 weeks. As you can see from the before and after pictures, a lot of work was undertaken, including re-plastering the ceiling and some walls and decorating.
Although a small room it was still challenging as we had to conceal the ugly looking soil pipe in the corner of the room behind a dummy cupboard. Underfloor heating and a Mira platinum Digital shower were also installed.
A large job, totalling 4 weeks. Work included digging drains, installing a pressurised hot water cylinder, new doorway made, knocking walls down, re-plastering and decorating. Their very large bathroom was made into a more useable one and a cupboard was installed. A very small cupboard was converted into an en-suite, which worked very well. The customer was very happy with the end result and kindly wrote a 5* reference on Google.
Mr and Mrs Bailey
We had to turn an old small kitchen into an en-suite and as you can see from the pictures, it was very successful. Customer wanted a pressurised cylinder fitted. We suggested moving the airing cupboard into the alcove so that we could put in a shower where the airing cupboard was. This involved a lot of plumbing for Rob, but as you can see the pipe work looks amazing and very neat. We also completed the other necessary work including plastering and electrics. Here you can see the end result for this whole job. We were very pleased with how it turned out
Mr and Mrs White
Customers went for a mix of multi panel and tiles, which worked well. We fitted lights, a countertop basin and cupboards for more storage, plastered and decorated.
Mr and Mrs Dowe
We had to block up one doorway to make the toilet and shower into one room. Work also included fitting a Mira Digital platinum shower, an illuminated mirror, multi panel in the shower and twin click flooring as well as re-plastering and decorating.
Mr and Mrs Musto
We have just finished this in Sedgeford. We knocked two smaller rooms into one large bathroom and converted a bedroom into an additional bathroom. Underfloor heating in both rooms, fitted the new Mira mode shower and installed Albion sanitary wear. Tiles from Mandarin Stone.
Customer wanted to save some money, so we kept the old units. The window wall wasn’t straight, so we had to straighten this out, hence the stud work, which meant the shower tray fitted properly. We took out the rot from the old leaky shower and replaced the wall with the appropriate shower board called Aquapanel, which we use on many jobs.
We had to remedy a very bad garage conversion. We installed underfloor heating, re-plastered, re did the stud work, tiling and electrics. Customers wanted to decorate themselves.
Michael and Chantelle
This job was very straightforward, apart from taking out their very heavy bath and replacing it with a new shower enclosure. We used the super slim 25mm shower tray to make it as minimal as possible and installed a Mira Platinum Digital shower, one of our best-selling products. We also fitted a new pressurised cylinder which resulted in the whole house having good water pressure throughout and a new Roca basin.
Mr and Mrs Bridges
This was a straightforward bath out shower tray in and units across the back wall. We also fitted a Mira Platinum shower.
Mr and Mrs Rogers
We had to completely rip out the old bathroom and install a new bath, toilet and basin. All the plastering, tiling and decorating was completed by us. We also fitted out another room with a built-in shower, toilet and sink.
Tracy wanted a wet room for her dad, so we delivered just that. We used a wet room former and put down new safety flooring, so her dad felt safer on his feet. We used multi panel and tile mix to make it easier to keep the shower area clean and fitted a new Mira shower and installed grab rails. Tracy gave us a five-star rating on Google. The lads have just finished converting our bathroom into a wet room and have done a fantastic job. The attention to detail was second to none. The quality of the work was first class and I would not hesitate to call on them again. Worth every penny.