How much to move bathroom upstairs

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by houdini, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. houdini

    houdini New Member

    Hi

    I am thinking of moving the downstairs bathroom in a victorian house upstairs. The bedroom where i want the bathroom to go is directly above the exsisting bathroom. Basically i will remove old bathroom and intall new one myself all i need is a plumber to put in the pipework.
     
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  3. musky1

    musky1 New Member

    look for a polish guy, you tight git

    Why? Does he need something shining.
     
  4. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    Have fun!
     
  5. houdini

    houdini New Member

    Yeah, thanks for the constructive feedback.
     
  6. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    'cos you might get a sensible reply if you said where you were and how to contact you! :O
     
  7. houdini

    houdini New Member

    I just want a rough idea. Not a quote. But i am in Cambridgeshire if that helps.
     
  8. Captain Leaky

    Captain Leaky New Member

    Loz will give you a quote;

    Lawrence Doherty
    Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire PE29 1JN
     
  9. hallbeck

    hallbeck New Member

    Its not possible to even give a ballpark figure without seeing the job.

    For example - to move the pipework for the bathroom to the room above its present position could take a day or so - assuming all the drainage is easily accesible, no making good and no problems.

    Or - it could be a major job requiring major surgery to run soil pipes under floors - or even JCBs digging new drains.

    Get a couple of local plumbers in to quote.
     
  10. ThreadJacker

    ThreadJacker Active Member

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    Don't worry about this forum troll, the sad thing is Screwfix admin condone his behavior by allowing him to continue posting abuse to potential Screwfix customers. :(

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  11. threadjacker your just a ****** showing your lack of education.

    so bogg of you knobhead.
     
  12. Copper Dragon

    Copper Dragon New Member

    I am to busy doing reactive plumbing at the moment far more money in it.
     
  13. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    What on earth is " reactive plumbing" then Loz?
     
  14. copper dragon your still a cowboy whatever work your doing
     
  15. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    Ah but now he's a " reactive cowboy"...probably means his hoss glows in the dark or summat.
     
  16. Copper Dragon

    Copper Dragon New Member

    Dealing with the misfortune of blocked drains or hubbies saturday sunday have a goes.
     
  17. G Brown

    G Brown New Member

    Ah! A vulture waiting to pounce!

    I geddit now. ;)
     
  18. Copper Dragon

    Copper Dragon New Member

    Yep and love it LOL :)
     
  19. HOTDOG ø

    HOTDOG ø Active Member

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