Not all Bathroom contractors are the same, we come across bad work, by others, every week......
Please be aware, of other "so called" Experts of Bathroom re-vamps!
Here's some examples, to compare, their work, with ours. As soon as you enter a Bathroom...It's the detail, that always "draws the eye".
Here's an example of my Chrome Tile trim mitres, around a Bathroom window.
Unfortunatey....Many other contractors are happy to get the corners "fairly close" !!
Like in this example....
Lazy Bathroom Contractor did this!
Another Bathroom contractor, once told this client, that because the joists were running in a different direction, the heating pipes for this radiator could not go under the floor boards, or, straight back into the wall ??!!
They thought it wouldn't look so bad if they painted the pipework "Black" to match the clients new.... Granite tiles !!! So, they fitted the radiator for her, like this, after they had completed the tiling.
How Underfloor pipe should look
|This Copper pipe is shrouded in a Chrome sleeve and we also use Chrome base plates to make a clean finish to the floor / wall.|
Bad Workmanship and could be Dangerous!
|We discovered this in another clients house, how some contractors cut their joists away from the top, to fit the waste pipes in more easily .... !!|
|This quick way of "block cutting", severely weakens the joists in your home.|
|If the Joists are running the wrong way to
the pipework, then, it should be fitted
"The Homeworks way" using the correct angled drills, like this ....
Bad shower fitting
This Bathroom had been completed by the other contractors, only 2 weeks previously, and had already it had caused a leak down into the clients Kitchen below !!
The client then found HOMEWORKS and asked me to fix her problem...... because she did not want to have the other contractors, back in her house again !!
To begin with, I had to remove the Clients "new" Chrome, shower door enclosure (which, we then found out, that they had never sealed it with silicon either! ) next, we had to break out the lower line of new tiles, over the shower tray.
I removed the damaged plasterboard, that had disintegrated with the leaking water. Re-plasterboard the area again and re-tile the lower line of tiles, into the shower tray. Finally, i replaced the Chrome shower enclosure in position again. ...... siliconed correctly, this time, of course !
The kitchen ceiling below the Bathroom, had to be re-plastered and re-decorated too !
This could of been avoided, if the bathroom was fitted correctly, from day one !!
Hopefully, with this website, you can view my work, as films, in the following pages, and see the difference we can make to the Bathroom & showering areas in your home.