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Fitted bathrooms and bedrooms help and advice
Based in Leeds, located on Armley Road, we are perfectly positioned to cover the whole of the Leeds area, including, Pudsey, Farsley, Crossgates, Colton, Kirkstall, Horsforth, Adel as well as Meanwood and Moortown.
In our showroom you’ll find some of our bedroom and bathroom designs in situ so you can get a taste of how your new bathroom or bedroom could look. Our expert team are waiting to meet you, and to help you to plan your ideal bedroom or bathroom.
Understanding The Pressure in Your Home – A General Guide:
If your have radiators and hot water in your house with one white boiler, then chances are you will have high pressure. If you have two white boilers, one for radiators and one for hot water then you probably have medium pressure.
If you have a stored hot water tank and a cold water tank in your loft, then it is most likely you will have low pressure.
How Do I Measure My Room?
The easiest way is to call us for a free home visit and no obligation quote.
Alternatively, we can work off your own measurements. All you need to do is measure the length, width and height of the room, noting the locations of the windows, radiators and doors. We will then give you an estimate and if you want to proceed we will visit and confirm your measurements.
Fitting Solutions – A General Guide:
Shower enclosures in new houses or houses with internal soil pipes will generally need to be raised 10cm to allow the water to drain away.We recommend all baths are supported with a batton when fit.
Tiling wooden floors – not all wooden floors can be tiled if there is too much movement or creaking. In these circumstances we will recommend an alternative product such as Reef Vinyl planks that look just like tiling. However, if your floor can be tiled then it will require a plywood overlay. We recommend anything between 9mm and 12mm Ply to which we then advise to screw down every 4 to 6 inches before tiling can start.
All electrics need to be passed by a fully qualified electrician. They need to be Part P qualified.
They have to inspect the earthing in your home regardless of the work that has been organised so that they can then provide you with a Part P certificate to say your home and the work carried out is up to standard.