Knowing what your paying for when it comes to building your house can seem like an impossible task. That’s why we’ve made this quick guide to help you understand the types of fees and overall costs you can expect for bathroom fittings.
Types of costs
Bathroom fitter and fitters The amount of money you have to spend on bathroom fittings depends on what type of fittings you’ll be installing. You can expect to spend £1000 on shower fittings and roughly £600 on shower controls.
For bathrooms with large shower surrounds, you’ll also need to spend a lot more on showers and smaller shower controls.
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How to save on costs
As always, we’re here to help, and there are ways you can reduce the costs of the fittings you purchase for your new home. For instance, you might be able to negotiate a better deal with your preferred supplier.
Be vigilant of the maintenance fees – there are instances where building firms are able to reduce costs on the maintenance element by marking fixtures and fittings with your number, using recycled fittings, selling excess products, and making a cash contribution to the fitting of a specific area.
Ensure you get a written confirmation from your chosen supplier of all the items you plan to buy, as this will be helpful when selecting the costs of the fittings for your new home.