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[Top»] What is the FMB and what does it do?

The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) is an association aimed at small to medium sized building companies to protect their interests. However, on the back of this, the FMB also promotes the companies that are signed up to the association as reputable, professional and dependable trade’s people.

[Top»] Why should I use a Bathroom Installer?

A Bathroom Installer is a cross between a plumber, tiler and an interior designer. A Bathroom Installer may be able to give you advice on colour schemes to match other rooms within your property, or create an independent mood for your bathroom when you want to relax with a long soak in the bath, away from the stresses and strains of modern day life.

Also, the Bathroom Installer will be more accustom to the components required for fitting baths, showers, sinks, toilets and bidet therefore will be able to complete the install quicker than we could.

Another plus point is that the Bathroom Installer will be used to the tiling environment, and will be able to achieve the professional finish. No tiles out of alignment, no cracked tiles and all tiles are set into the grout at the same depth.

[Top»] How much does it cost?

The price of a new bathroom can vary tremendously depending upon what bath, shower, sink, toilet and tap set you desire. This will be an influential factor of the overall price that it costs to have your bathroom installed.

On top of this, you will also have the Bathroom Installers cut to pay, depending on what company you use will depend how you are charged, some Bathroom Installers charge by the hour, some by the day and other companies will charge by the job.

[Top»] When should I use a Bathroom Installer?

The best situation for you to use a Bathroom Installer is when you would like to completely re-fit your bathroom, as you will get more value for your money and the trade’s people can see the job through from start to finish.

Another time when a Bathroom Installer can be used is if you buy a new bath or sink, some companies may provide an installation service at an extra charge, or you may wish to source your own Bathroom Installer from our find a tradesperson search function.

[Top»] What is the NIC EIC?

With some Bathroom Installers having to fit lights, it is recommended that they are registered to the NIC EIC governing body. The NIC EIC offer a full range of services, such as registering the tradesperson under the competent persons scheme, providing contractor insurance and a listing on the NIC EIC roll of approved contractors.