Common Questions to Ask Your Installer Before Putting in a Bathroom Suite

November 14, 2017

After spending months planning and designing your bathroom, the wait is finally over. You have designed your perfect bathroom and are ready to turn your idea into a reality. To do so, you need to find the right help to not only implement your plan, but guide you along the way.


Find a Good Installer

First of all, check that your installer, or team of installers are qualified. Plumbers should be accredited under the Water Regulation Advisory Scheme, and to safely disconnect, isolate, commission, and test a circuit, registration under the government’s NIC EIC safety scheme is necessary. It is also reassuring to see some examples of your chosen installer’s work before hiring them. Ask for a portfolio, and cross reference it with verifiable testimonials to make sure you are getting exactly what you want. A good installer can act as a project manager and bring in a small team of tradesmen with the right qualifications to handle all of the aspects of the job.


Selecting the Right Bathroom Furniture

After finding your installer, do not be afraid to let them guide you. A good tradesman should be able to point you to the right fittings for your particular space and suggest trustworthy bathroom products and furniture ranges. When picking out bathroom products, make sure they have a guarantee and go and see them first hand. As great as it is to pick out your fixtures and furniture in catelogues, it is always a good idea to go to your nearest showroom and take a closer look at the full range of items before you commit. To check out some bathroom ranges, book your showroom appointment through iflo, a UK bathroom product and furniture company that have an array of guaranteed products to fit all bathroom spaces.


So there you have it, it is time to take your ideas and turn them into a reality. Asking the right questions can ensure you find the right tradesman for the job. Let them guide you and trust their opinions. It will likely save you a lot of time and effort, and ultimately result in a quick and smooth renovation process.


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