Bathroom Installation (Slate & Grey) Evenlode Close, Bicester

Installed completely by BPI’s bathroom fitting team based in Bicester, Oxfordshire, this bathroom installation was part of a full property revamp in a flat in central Bicester.

The existing bathroom was a real mess and made very little use of the space making it a cramped and uncomfortable room. The walls were tiled with a linear multi colour ceramic tile with a light grey grout.

The existing shower and tray were removed along with the electric shower. A new mixer shower was installed over a new bath with a sail bath screen.

The floor was tiled with slate effect ceramic tiles and a mid grey grout. A new graphite vanity unit and mirror cabinet were installed and in contrast, the bath panel was white.

Due to the position of the cast iron shared stack pipe, we built a small tiled box area to hide all the pipework. A new close couple toilet was then installed. The boxing created a handy shelf area.

As well as a repositioning the existing new towel radiator to create more room around the toilet, we also installed a new extractor fan and chrome LED dome light.

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Bathroom Installation (Grey & White) Thames Avenue, Bicester

Installed completely by BPI’s bathroom fitting team based in Bicester, Oxfordshire, this bathroom installation was on a bungalow in the Greenwood Homes estate in Bicester.

The existing bathroom was a disabled wet room and the new owner wanted to remove this and completely modernise the bathroom. The bathroom was completely ripped out and fully plastered including the ceiling in preparation for tiling. The walls were fully tiled with 650 x 250 marble effect white / grey tiles.

The existing electric shower was removed and made safe. A new bath was installed with filler taps as well as a new feed up to a mixer shower to replace the electric shower.

The floor was tiled with slate effect porcelain tiles and a mid grey grout too complement the grey units but also contract the white walls giving a two tone effect to the room.

A new concealed cistern unit and back to wall toilet pan were installed alongside a new basin with vanity unit. A worktop was installed over the top to finish off.

As well as a new towel radiator, we also installed a new in line extractor fan and chrome LED dome light.

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Bathroom Installation (Cream / Sand) Linden Road, Bicester

Installed by BPI’s bathroom fitting team based in Bicester, this was both a surprising and challenging bathroom project to work on. Our original brief was that the shower was leaking and that the shower enclosure needed retiling and the floor too.

On stripping out the shower enclosure and taking up the first few floor tiles, a far larger problem was discovered. There had been a serious leak from the toilet and the chipboard floor and timbers under the tiles was almost completely rotten. The plasterboard on the walls lower down was also black with mould on the outer face due to some incorrect works when previously installed.

We stripped this bathroom back to the concrete block and reboarded the entire room. New pipework was run along the concrete floor and we then installed a new chipboard floor. 10mm cement board was installed over the top of this chipboard to form a sturdy, watertight surface for tiling.

A new stud wall was build to accommodate the shower enclosure again and once boarded, we tiled the shower enclosure. The floor was also tiled.

Another stud wall was built and a new concealed cistern was fitted behind with a push button. This was followed by a new back to wall toilet. The existing basin and towel radiator were reinstalled.

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A full bathroom installation in Kings Sutton near Bicester & Banbury

Bathroom Installation (Cream) In Kings Sutton, Banbury

Completed by BPI, this was a great project to work on for some brilliant clients. This main family bathroom was in need of some TLC and a bit of an upgrade. Cream and brown were the main colours here.

The existing suite was removed and the walls were prepared and ready for tiling a level surface. The floor was lined with 6mm cement board and the floor was fully tiled. Two of the walls were tiled with large cream textured tiles and finished with a light cream grout. A square edge brushed steel tile trim was used to complete all edges.

A new mixer shower with drencher was fitted over a new bath. As the water pressure needed improving, we also installed a new shower pump.   A chrome towel radiator was also installed as well as a new toilet, basin with pedestal and bath panel.

A Dulux easy care paint was chosen for the two walls that required painting and some new skirting board was also installed. Finally, a couple of coats of paint were applied to the ceiling to finish off.