The bathroom looked really dated, no insulation, and overall a terrible looking bathroom, old grotty shower cubicle with a moody power shower, hot water was from a tank with hardly any pressure and way not enough for a bath. So all was gutted and replaced with a brand spanking new everything! This post shows an extensive set of photographs as well as a couple of videos shot showing the various stages of the renovation with commentary explaining the stages of the work
Archive for Plumbing
A kitchen refurbishment, at a property in Fallin, new worktops all round. as well as new sink and new tap.
Toilet Fill Valve Replacement
Today a client in Stirling had a problem with a toilet cistern fill valve which was faulty, ordered one and fitted it, work as new with minimal cost and inconvenience.
Washing machine evacuation pipe leak
A regular customer in Stirling had a leak on the evacuation piping coupling, nothing that resisted Bib’s handy work.
Fixed in no time 🙂
Bonnybridge – various jobs
I got this job through word of mouth
A new customer in Dennyloanhead near Bonnybridge needed a couple of things done, a kitchen unit door hinge to be refitted, a plaster wall that needed patched after repairs a door that needed its hinges re-secured as it was catching.
Also fixed a leaky toilet cistern.
All done and customer delighted, will definitively contact me again when needed!
A call from Your Move today asking be to connect a washing machine and a fridge in a flat they are letting out in Bannockburn.
The fridge needed to be wired through a wall into a kitchen socket, which required a little engineering, no problem for Bib.
All done and packaging taken away also.
Hope to get more work from Your Move!
A letting agency has hired me to maintain and fix snags and niggles around their properties, this time a leaking radiator in a property in Bridge of Allan needed seen to.
Fixed without problems!
Had to make a book case and anchor shelve rails in a walk in cupboard (plasterboarded :-() on August 22
A garden was needing a clean on August 23
Move a sofa on Sunday (Yes I can work also on Sundays)
Since 26th of August busy on a bathroom refurbishment involving tile removal and new wet wall panel installation. Will make a Post about that project as soon as it is finished.
Some picture and brackets (re)fitting as well a seal a shower basin which leaked.
Recently build several flat packs, managed to make it 30 minutes faster than the two hours given by the manufacturer, (without power tools).
Tomorrow a kitchen sink tap to be replaced and re-seal the basin to a marble top.
Sorry I haven’t been able to keep you up to date, it is getting busier and busier for me.
I am happy to work quite late in the night if necessary, my Moto is “It’s gotta be done, let’s do it now!” Flat packs, small electrical and plumbing as well as more advanced bathroom decoration is what I do a lot of these days.
If you’re moving into Dunblane call me to help organise your new house to how you want it to be, no questions except the best possible advice or work.
A new Toilet
Fitted a new Toilet and connected it. Job done in 2 hours. Given that there were unknown in the plumbing routes and had to remove/disconnect the old one it was quite quick.