At Dale Bathrooms, we know you may be bursting with questions you need to answer ahead of planning your beautiful new bathroom. Whilst we always recommend you call into our showroom and have a chat with a member of our friendly and knowledgeable sales team to discuss your requirements specifically and in detail, here are some of the top frequently asked questions we are asked by our customers embarking on their bathroom renovation.
How long does a bathroom renovation usually take?
It depends on the scope of your bathroom renovation but typically your bathroom renovation will take between 9 and 12 working days
How much does a new bathroom cost?
It depends on the scope of your bathroom renovation however the average cost of a bathroom renovation is £7000- £9000. Check out our ‘how much does a new bathroom cost’ blog for more.
How can I keep costs down?
It’s definitely possible to refresh your bathroom on a budget, consider impactful but cost effective updates such as replacing fixtures and fittings, keeping your plumbing in place to reduce labour and budget friendly brands. Check out our ‘renovating your bathroom on a budget’ blog for more info.
Can you install my bathroom?
Yes, we offer a supply and fit service where our experienced team handles everything, reducing stress and disruption.
Will I have a toilet whilst work is being done?
During working hours the toilet may be disconnected however we will always leave you with a working toilet at the end of the day.
Can you install, if I supply my own products?
We only offer the installation service with products we have supplied in order to be sure of their quality.
How long will my bathroom last?
The lifespan of a bathroom varies based on the quality of the materials used for production and how well the bathroom is maintained. If you purchase a bathroom of high quality it can last for more than 15 years.
Take your first step to creating your dream bathroom with a visit to our showroom to browse over 150 bathrooms displays, chat to a member of our friendly sales team and even arrange a design consultation.