'Plumbing & Home Maintenance' and 'Heating & Plumbing Resolutions Ltd' work closely together to create a wide range of skills which can cater for most types of situations. We also have many contacts, which can be used when necessary.
Plenty of cupboard space: Old work units and tiles were removed from walls and floor. Water pipes were adjusted to suit new kitchen. Walls plastered and painted. Units and work tops installed. Tiles laid on floor.
Warm and Contemporary: All units taken out along with the wall and floor tiles. Electric oven replaced for gas oven and units changed for new contemporary look. New worktop fitted and floor tiles laid. Extractor fan hung over new gas oven and new tiles on wall.
Shower trays often crack due to thermal movement in the house or when not installed properly. We can supply and fit high quality resin or resin-capped shower trays, which are much better then thin plastic models.
The Process: Refitting shower trays is no small job. First of all the cubicle frame and doors are removed. Then, on most occasions, the bottom row of tiles sitting on the shower tray have to be taken off. This is because there is usually a tray upstand that is located behind those tiles.
If the tiles are bonded to plasterboard, this will also need replacing, as the paper face is damaged very easily. The shower tray can now be removed and the new shower tray installed. The waste pipe usually needs altering and a new trap is always fitted as standard practice. New plasterboard is fitted and the bottom row tiles are reinstated. The tiles are grouted, the shower cubicle is reinstalled and all edges are sealed with good quality silicon to ensure a waterproof finish.