David & Lorraine were ready for a full bathroom refurbishment as well as a new Condensing tank which was situated in the airing cupboard in the bathroom. It was a lot larger so there was quite a lot of adjusting to do to make it fit. Adjusting the stud work and doorway.
The bathroom walls and ceilings were in a bad state and not very sound to take the new tiles that Lorraine had picked. So we had to re do the walls especially on the window wall as they were so far out. They wanted to create a high ceiling to give the room a more spacious feel. Once we took the old ceiling down we exposed some beams and wanted to incorporate them into the project. The main wall on the bath was extended up to the roof, so made a nice large wall so there was plenty of room for them to shower.
New extractor fan was fitted and a hole drilled out of the gable end to help to get rid of the steam that is always created in bathrooms. Once we had finished the tiling work not just to the walls but also the floors. We decorated through out to give a full complete finish. This project was a real challenge from the very start and we were always hit with problems with it being an old property. The final finish looks fantastic and the client was extremely happy
David & Lorraine Strong, Sleagill
C & L Services
D J Taylor (Plumber)
Jonny Little (Electritian)
Andy McGenn (Plasterer)