A: Shower room installation costs can range from £2,000 to £9,000, based on the size, scale of design and plumbing configuration. This is when you need to do your homework on the furniture you ‘want’ as opposed to what you ‘need’, you may need to compromise? You probably know the online sites you have to trawl through to get an idea of what your budget needs to be? Then when you’ve made your decision it’s worth negotiating with the supplier/retailer to see if you can get a reduction.
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If you are considering installing a new shower unit you have a huge variety of makes and models to choose from. The installation costs will be determined by the shower design and configuration of the installation. Not sure if the shower unit you have selected will satisfy your needs, then consult serviceteam for a professional plumbing and shower installation service in London, at competitive prices.
We have a great network of connections from whom we obtain our shower replacement parts, ranging from our UK supplier chain and shower manufacturers. Both are necessary in order to return your shower to peak performance.
As well as being able to access information on our website, our head office technical team will offer diagnostic advice over the phone and assist in sourcing the correct replacement part or shower unit. Why wait, give serviceteam a call, now!
There are a multitude of models and designs to choose from when looking for a shower unit. The shower you select might be stunning, unusual and different, maybe even niche, which raises another issue - it can be expensive compared to the more generic and readily available units! Not only expensive but replacement part/s availability could also be an issue, as your supplier options may be limited to just one (not ideal).
Consulting a serviceteam plumbing engineer regarding concerns about your water pressure makes good sense and should be done before you purchase a new shower or shower head. Why? Well, someone might think that changing the shower head will increase the water pressure - it won’t! Serviceteam will be able to inform you of your options, which may include the installation of a shower pump or upgrading your boiler to cope with any extra increase in demand? Maybe, installing an insulated hot water cylinder as back up, could also be worth considering?
You can free up some space in your bathroom by installing a smaller bath and a corner shower enclosure/cubicle? However, many households are removing baths completely (due to water conservation), which frees up more space and possibly even allow for a walk in shower that runs half way along the length of the bathroom? Shower enclosures/cubicles vary in design, there’s always one available to meet with your specific requirements. An enclosure or cubicle that’s easy to maintain and keep clean should be a prerequisite.