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"Whatever the size of your project Woodville Builders can help. We will arrange to visit your property and discuss the work required with you and give you the benefit of our professional advice. We will then provide you with a free, written, no obligation quotation."

How can I make the most of the space?
If space is limited in your bathroom there may be a number of options available to you. You can either stick with the existing arrangement of fittings (but perhaps choosing compact versions) or you can look at alternative configuration. Of course, moving the plumbing will require some additional work but it could be the best option in making the best use of space. It is also worth considering extending your bathroom. A good builder will be able to provide a realistic assessment of all the options available to you with costings so you can compare your choices. It's always best to consult an expert when considering changing the layout of your bathroom as they will be able to assess the impact on plumbing, electrics and give a professional view on the space required for each part of the bathroom suite.

How much storage do I need?
When planning your bathroom it's important to consider the storage you'll need within the space available. To make sure your new bathroom looks its best, plan ahead to have a space to store toiletries, cleaning materials, towels and laundry. Make sure you also consider including space for towel rails and hooks for hanging robes etc.

How do I choose the best flooring and wall-coverings?
Choosing the right flooring and wall-coverings for your bathroom can not only make a difference to the look and feel of the room but can help make sure it's safe and low-maintenance.

In terms of flooring, you're looking for something that is hygienic, easy to clean and ideally non-slip. Tiles, lino or laminate that has been specially treated for bathrooms are good choices, however, there are more modern alternatives available such as rubber. A good builder expert will be happy to advise you on the best choices for your space.

Tiles are also a popular choice for walls as they protect them from water damage and are easy to clean. See our guide to tiles and tiling for further information on choosing the best tiles for your bathroom. It is best to use a waterproof covering like tiling near areas where water is likely to splash, but you can consider other options such as wallpaper or paint in other parts of the room. Make sure you use products specially designed for bathrooms, however, as they are better at resisting water damage and preventing mould.

Will I need a plumber?
It's always best to use a qualified and experienced plumber to install your new bathroom to ensure you get the best quality workmanship. If you involve your plumber from the start of the process they can save you time and money by advising on the best suite for your room and giving an indication of any potential problems or issues that are likely to arise.

Will I need an electrician?
It's essential to use a qualified electrician if your new bathroom requires any changes to the electrics in the room, including changes to lighting and electric showers. Any changes to electricity in an area where water is likely to be require additional levels of protection to make them safe. You should always look for a fully qualified electrician for such work - make sure they are members of the electrical trade association NICEIC to ensure their work meets strict safety and quality standards.

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