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Let us know which type of bathroom service you need and where, and we’ll get to work. If you’re not sure what you want, we’ll connect you with a bathroom installation specialist who will be able to advise you on the best option depending on your preferences, budget, and property.


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Hire a Bathroom Fitter

Browse reviews, check out examples of past work and request more information - all from one place. With all the information you need to make an informed decision, choosing the right bathroom fitter near you is a piece of cake. Once you’ve found your match, all that’s left to do is seal the deal!

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Bathrooms are one of the most used areas of any home. Not only will updating your bathroom improve the look of your property, but it could increase the value of it too. From floating vanity units to sleek tiling, jacuzzi bathtubs to underfloor heating - there are endless ways you can upgrade your bathroom. The key is to choose the right contractor for the job who can bring your vision to life.

Finding local bathroom contractors could not be simpler with Bark. Browse recommendations from other satisfied customers to help decide which company would work best for you.

How to plan your Bathroom Renovation

Firstly, you need to communicate with your contractor what isn't working about your existing bathroom. For example, a lack of storage or a poor layout. From there, they will draw up a plan to incorporate your requirements. It’s also a good idea to think about colour schemes and the materials you wish to use. Be sure to leave plenty of time to research your buying decisions before the work starts.

It’s possible to leave the ordering of all the items up to your contractor. However, you may want to take care of this yourself if you have specific ideas about what you want, or if you plan on buying your items from lots of different suppliers. Any items you do order will need to be done so far enough in advance for them to arrive in time.

Are there any hidden costs associated with hiring a Bathroom Installation expert?

As well as labour and material costs, your contractor may also charge for additional services like disposing of waste safely. The best way to avoid unexpected costs is to ask about any additional fees with your professional upfront. It's also worth shopping around and requesting quotes from different individuals and companies to get the best price.

How much does a new Bathroom cost?

The cost of a new bathroom mostly depends on the size of the project and the spec of the finish. For example, a small downstairs bathroom with a toilet and sink will be far cheaper to complete versus a full renovation in a large family bathroom. The total cost factors in both the materials and labour. If you need to move out during your bathroom renovation, then you should include the cost of a hotel too. As with any renovation, be financially prepared in case the project runs slightly over budget.

What to look for in a Bathroom Contractor

When undertaking any work in your home, you must choose a company or independent contractor who is not only competent but will listen to the brief. Ideally, they should have extensive experience in designing and installing bathrooms. A skilled bathroom contractor will be able to give you the best advice about your ideas and be an excellent problem solver. As well as having a look at their work, it’s vital to meet with them beforehand to ensure they are trustworthy and reliable.

Can I get a Bathroom Installation online?

Most bathroom installers have some form of online presence, whether it’s a website, social media, or even a profile on Houzz. As bathroom remodelling needs to be done in person, the service cannot be accessed completely online. Though, it is possible to access several online bathroom visualisation tools, such as RoomSketcher which can help you get a better idea of what you want to achieve before hiring a contractor.

What credentials should a Bathroom Contractor have?

All bathroom contractors should have some form of professional accreditation, such as BiKBBI or KBSA. Always research your bathroom contractor before contacting them. Look at their work online and read customer reviews. When you contact them, they should also be able to supply work examples. This will give you an idea of the standard they can achieve if you choose to go with them.

Different types of Bathroom Installations

  • Ensuite - Ensuites are convenient additions for busy family homes because they reduce the demand for the main bathroom. They are usually smaller than regular bathrooms, and include a toilet and sink, and if space permits a shower. Ensuite bathrooms are accessed through bedrooms, which adds a degree of privacy, especially in shared housing.

  • Downstairs bathroom - Having a bathroom downstairs is ideal for guests or those with mobility issues. Typically, downstairs bathrooms tend to be positioned under stairs or in converted cloakrooms. They are smaller in size meaning they usually contain just a toilet and sink. However, in bungalows or larger properties, it’s also possible to have a generously sized downstairs bathroom installed.

  • Small bathroom - Small family bathrooms are fairly typical but can present challenges when it comes to fitting in everything you need. Additions such as showerbaths are flexible in size, meaning you don’t have to miss out on having a bath. Likewise, vanity units can provide some much-needed storage while doubling up as a sink. An experienced bathroom contractor will help you get the most out of the size you have to work with.

  • Large bathroom - When space isn’t an issue in your bathroom, you can create a much grander vision. For example, a standalone bath, his and her sinks, a separate shower and of course, plenty of storage! A large bathroom is likely to be more expensive to complete but will be a very well-used investment in your home. The key is to include all of the features you require while retaining that spacious feeling. A large bathroom may also allow for wider windows, which will flood the space with natural light.

What is involved in a Bathroom Remodel?

Whether you have a small bathroom, ensuite, or large family bathroom, a bathroom renovation takes a lot of planning and preparation. Most bathroom renovations include ripping all the current fixtures and fittings out and upgrading everything with new items. Though, it’s also possible to do simple renovations if you are on a budget, especially with bathrooms that don’t require extensive work doing to them.

Depending on whether you use one contractor or lots of independent tradespeople, it may be necessary to move out of your property while the work takes place. This is especially the case if your property only has one bathroom. That’s because a full bathroom remodel takes 2 to 3 weeks on average to complete, so can cause some disruption while the work is in progress.

Many trades such as plumbers, electricians, joiners, and decorators can be required to complete a bathroom renovation.
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Stone Valley Interiors

Based in stanhope, we cover the whole of the north east. Our products include bathrooms, kitchens, bedrooms, windows, doors and conservatory roofs.

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What do you love most about your job?

Being responsible for transforming people's homes and rooms.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Worked for a similar companies for 15 years, had 100+ staff below me and had a target of writing £120k worth of business each week. Finally had the courage to do it for myself.

Why should our clients choose you?

No pressure from our side, clients are encouraged to come along to our showroom and meet the staff and make their own mind up before choosing anybody. Home improvement projects can be a stressful experience for some customers as it is their home they are trusting somebody with and potentially a lot of money they're spending. Recommendations can be supplied on request.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Yes, by all means although sometimes it is better for us to have a look at the space or the location of the intended work. However, if a customer has measurements and knows what they want then we can design and work out a quote via email.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We used to wear PPE when needed but now, as the rules have relaxed, we simply do not allow any fitter in a house who is currently testing positive unless the customer wants us their regardless.

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The average rating for Bark Bathroom Installers is 4.77, based on 248,148 reviews.

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