Wet N Wilde install beautiful bathrooms right across the whole of the South Coast.
Choosing a new bathroom is a very personal choice, and Wet N Wilde are on hand to guide you through the choices and styles as well as offer full packages to match your budget.
We understand that your bathroom is a very personal thing, and we work closely with you every step of the way to create a beautiful setting from a huge range of shower enclosures, baths, suites and accessories. We work to your budget and specifications to deliver a well-designed and functional room that has a sense of privacy and relaxation.
We offer a full bathroom service from the concept and design stage right through to the installation and finishing. Your new bathroom will be tailored to your individual circumstances, needs and specifications. All of our workmanship carries a full 12 month written guarantee.
Our services include:
- Bathroom planning
- Bathroom refurbishments
- Bathroom repairs
- Bathroom carpentry
- Floor & wall tiling
- Concealed plumbing
- Towel rail installations
- Electrical work
To help you start your project on the right track use the following bathroom remodelling and design tips:
1. Determine your exact bathroom needs.
Do you want to enlarge your bathroom? Do you need another sink? Do the bathroom tiles need to be replaced?
2. Gather bathroom design ideas.
A set of architectural plans will really help you visualise the finished project, but any design preparations can be helpful.
3. Establish a realistic bathroom remodelling budget.
When establishing your budget keep in mind the design ideas you would like and whether they fall on the pricier side. Also, it will always be less expensive if you don't need to relocate plumbing fixtures, such as toilets or sinks, so if you are on a smaller budget it is more economical to incorporate your current bathroom layout into the new design.
4. Planning Permission
A planning application for installing a bathroom is generally not required unless it is part of a house extension. However, if your property is a listed building you should consult the Local Planning Authority.
5. Building Regulations
Work to refit a bathroom with new units and fittings does not generally require building regulations approval, although drainage or electrical works that form part of the refit may require approval under the building regulations.