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Designing and installing a new bathroom can seem like a mammoth task however if you choose reputable and experienced bathroom fitters london, the experience should be a lot less stressful. At The Brondes Group we have over two decade’s experience in bathroom installation in London. More recently we are seeing an increase in the number of clients choosing to install wet rooms into their homes.

Wet rooms are waterproof rooms with a walk in shower. The actual room itself is the shower enclosure with a drain inset into the gently sloped floor. The whole room is waterproofed which protects the tiles and also prevents mould and mildew and so creating a cleaner and more hygienic environment in the bathroom.

Wet rooms facilitate luxurious yet flexible living. One possible reason for the rise in popularity of the wet room is that they are often associated with luxury spa hotels and so this feel is sought after for the home. Wet rooms create an attractive space that often adopts a more contemporary design. However you can be as creative or as simplistic as you like when designing. Whether you are wanting something more classical or a room with a more modern edge, as experienced bathroom fitters in London we will make your bathroom vision a reality.

A benefit of commissioning a wet room is the fact that there are no size or shape limitations. You do not have the stress of your design and expectations not fitting the size of your bathroom. The room itself is the shower. You also have the option of incorporating a toilet and basin into the room if you desire. Most wet room designs are also compatible with underfloor heating.

Alongside its luxurious and flexible qualities, wet rooms are also practical. They are the ideal design for those that are unable to climb in and out of a raised shower tray. When situated on the ground floor, they are a good option for those with mobility issues that are unable to get up the stairs with ease.

If you are looking for a new bathroom installation in London or would like to look into the option of a wet room in your home then please visit our website. We have a wealth of experience as bathroom fitters london so please feel free to view some of our previous installations in our photo gallery. Please contact us for more information.

The kitchen is often thought of as the heart of the family home. It is place where we catch up with family over a hearty meal or socialise with friends with a glass of wine, to name but a few. With the kitchen having such a focal point and important role, it is essential to have both a stylish yet practical space. At The Brondes Group we have a wealth of experience in kitchen installation in London and so we are going to give you a few things to think about when planning and designing your new kitchen.

We appreciate that everyone will have different styles and expectations when it comes to designing a new kitchen, from planning the layout to choosing the units. When you begin to think about your new kitchen, one of the main points to decide is whether you are planning on just changing the units or if you are wanting a whole new layout to the room.

When you are in the process of planning your new kitchen layout initially, make sure you take into account the position of power points, pipework, windows and doors. The kitchen itself has many different uses so ensure that you also contemplate practicality alongside presentation. For example, have you allowed enough work top space for food preparation, cooking, serving and washing up? Other important points to note include whether you are wanting a mixture of wall and floor cupboards, if you are wanting integrated appliances and if you have adequate storage space for all your kitchen equipment. At The Brondes Group, our experienced team will be more than welcome to assist you with the new layout of your kitchen.

On the other hand, if you are happy with your current layout and are wanting to change the units then we will be more than happy to assist. Visit our website or contact us today to see how we can create a stunning kitchen to transform your home.

Trusting a company with your new kitchen installation london is a big step for many homeowners therefore make sure you choose kitchen fitters in London that you can reply on. At The Brondes Group, we have a solid reputation for being a professional yet friendly firm that our valued customers can reply upon. For more information about any of our services, please visit our website or contact us for a free quote for your building project.

20 Bathroom Design Inspiration Resources

by Patrick Blair on January 26, 2012

Bathroom fitting is one of our core services. We like to think we’re pretty good at it and no matter how unique our customers bathroom requirements are, we are proud of the results we deliver.

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Part of our bathroom fitting service can include designing the bathroom or helping our customers get a better idea of what they really want so we can make it a reality. There’s lots of online resources to create mood boards and to get your design ideas clear in your mind, but we’re going to list our top 20 current favourites.

Hold tight, it’s going to be a whirlwind ride..Mood boards at the ready.

Channel 4 Homes Bathrooms
House Beautiful
Fired Earth
Villeroy and Boch
BBC Home Inspiration
Wickes
House to Home
UKTV Bathroom Ideas
My Deco Bathroom Ideas
Fresh Home
Topps Tiles
Ideal Standard
Heritage Bathrooms
Good Housekeeping
Elle Decor
Kohler
Martin Craig
Castello Baths
Home Klondike

See anything you like? Let us know if we missed your favourite and we’ll add it in.

Bathroom Damp Solutions

January 23, 2012

We receive a lot of calls relating to damp issues in the home. We’ve already covered some in a previous post, but today we’re going to look at damp and condensation in bathrooms. It’s probably no big surprise that bathrooms are a perfect environment for damp to start

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What is Powerflushing?

January 19, 2012

Today, we’re going to take a look at powerflushing. Of all of our plumbing and heating services we offer, it seems the least understood is powerflushing. Hopefully, this post will help change that. Let’s start off with a brief description of what it is before we go into what causes make it necessary.

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Bathroom Refurbishment On A Budget

January 14, 2012

While the costs associated with a complete bathroom refurbishment can be high, there are other ways to improve the look and feel of your bathroom with a much smaller budget. Today, we’re going to look at some options that may bring new life to your current bathroom.

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Cut Fuel Bills – 10 Great Online Resources

December 19, 2011

We’ve been concentrating on energy efficiency on the blog over the last few weeks in order to help get your home prepared for the winter season as well as trying to help you cut your energy bills. Today, we’re going to highlight 10 sites that we think provide really great, valuable information

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Boiler Cover Options – A Review

December 14, 2011

As part of our getting ready for winter season, we’ve been looking at how you can get your home ready for what’s supposed to be yet another cold season. We’ve already looked at bleeding your radiators, cleaning your gutters, and sealing your windows and doors, while in our last post we talked about what should ...

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Boiler Servicing – What You Should Know

December 7, 2011

Apparently a fifth of UK household were faced with an average boiler repair bill of £320 due to boiler breakdowns over the last year. That’s quite an amazing statistic, yet according to uSwitch, 58% of household do not have boiler cover. We know from our boiler repair and boiler installation work in London that many ...

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Do I Have A Water Leak? Our Guide To Identifying A Leak.

December 1, 2011

Today we’re talking about leaks, but not leaks in your roof, so if you’ve come here for information on fixing your leaking roof, you’ve come to the wrong place. (we’ll do a post on that soon…) We’re talking about leaks in your homes plumbing system, which can go unnoticed easily. Here’s a 5 step guide ...

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Online Bathroom Planners – A Guide To.

November 25, 2011

In our last post we cited six of our favourite online sources for bathroom design inspiration. Today. we’re going to look at bringing some of those design ideas into reality by taking a look at some of the best bathroom planner tools there are available online. Before we kick off, we should say that whenever ...

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Six Design Inspiration Resources For Your Bathroom Refurbishment

November 22, 2011

A  core part of our business is bathroom fitting, so we get to speak to a hundreds of people a year about what they want to do with their bathrooms. Some have a pretty good idea of exactly what they want to do, while others have bought “off the shelf” and just need us to ...

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How do I know when my boiler needs servicing?

November 8, 2011

You probably don’t need me to tell you how important your boiler is to your home. If you do need reminding, just think back to last December and January and how much you relied on it to keep your house warm and full of piping hot water. Even though we rely on our boilers so ...

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How To Bleed A Radiator

November 3, 2011

As part of our winter warmers series, today we’re going to look at how to bleed your radiators. As winter approaches it’s best to get your home heating in tip top condition. A quick and easy place to start is to check if your radiators need bleeding. Of course, you can always give West London’s finest ...

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Getting Your Home Ready For Winter – 5 Quick Checks

October 18, 2011

Boy did the weather change over the last 7 days. I remember thinking the news had it wrong when they said snow was on its way while we were basking in 80 degree weather last week. But, it looks like they are right, and the cold snap has really started to kick in over the ...

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Top Tips For Weekend DIY Projects

October 7, 2011

Does the thought of DIY fill you with dread? Do you hate decorating, and have an irrational fear of stepladders and paint? If so, then these simple tips may help you to get through the next DIY project unscathed. Measure twice, cut once: Yes, this one is a cliché, but it’s also the single most ...

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Small Changes For Big Impact In Your Bathroom or Kitchen

October 4, 2011

Today’s post is a from a friend of ours in the US, Adam Coholan. He’s an active blogger out of New York who writes about remodeling and interior design based on his experience working with luxury Fire Island homes. You can follow him on Twitter @Coho22. Kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects can have a significant ...

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How To Lay A Garden Patio

October 1, 2011

In honour of the amazing weather we’ve been having over the last few days, we thought we’d throw a quick blog post out there about how to lay a garden patio. You’ll probably want to reserve doing such a job for the summer months, but considering the last few days have been the best of ...

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How To Replace a Light Switch

September 27, 2011

For those of you that CAN chance a light switch, you’re probably giggling to yourself, wondering what on earth we’re blogging about this for. But, you’ll be surprised how many people don’t know how. When we’re out and about on our travels, we ask our residential customers what kind of How-To guides they would like ...

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How To Plaster a Wall

September 22, 2011

Today’s blog might not be on the most exciting of subjects, but when it comes to DIY or home improvement and refurbishment of any kind, usually there’s a task or two that involves plastering a wall. Plastering a wall properly is actually pretty easy once you’ve had some practice, although unfortunately, it’s not the kind ...

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How to build a Garden Deck

September 19, 2011

On today’s post, we’re going to talk about the steps needed for you to build your own garden deck. Our landscape gardening enquiries have shown a significant upturn in the number of people looking to add a deck to their garden over the last year. It seems that decks are overtaking patios as the prefered ...

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How to Install a Dishwasher

September 2, 2011

Continuing on our kitchen theme, we thought we’d right a quick post on how to install a dishwasher. Dishwasher’s can be one of the trickier white good you’ll fit in your house, so here’s a few tips that might help you on your way. Of course, if you fancy someone else doing it, you can ...

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Planning a New Kitchen

August 31, 2011

Last week we posted about how to take out your old kitchen. Continuing our series of kitchen related posts, today we’re going to give you a quick list of things to remember when fitting a new kitchen. Just as taking out the old kitchen requires a fair amount of planning, so does installing the new ...

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How to remove your old kitchen

August 25, 2011

A large part of our domestic customers call us for kitchen related jobs. Usually this includes designing and fitting a new kitchen for them. Some prefer our experience in helping them choose how to maxmise space and decide on a style that’ll fit the rest of their property, while some call us when they are ...

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Picture Perfect Interior Design With a TV Frame

August 22, 2011

Todays’ blog is a guest post from Chris Hoole of www.frameyourtv.co.uk Modern TVs offer a range of features – with better colour, sharper images and quality sound systems.  All well and good, when they are in use, but despite several generations of TV production and manufacture they still don’t fit into every room and design ...

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loft coversion tips to consider

August 18, 2011

Loft and attic conversions can add space and considerable value to your home. We’ve worked on many loft conversions in London over the years and for the most part the finished results reinvent the entire property. However, with that brilliant end result comes a lot of planning, decisions, work, and usually a few quid. We ...

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A Simple Guide to Hanging Wallpaper

August 15, 2011

Today, we have the third and final part in our painting and decorating series. The first two posts have covered how to prepare a room for decorating and how to paint a room. Today, we’re going to look at the best way to hang wallpaper. Hanging wallpaper always seems to look easier than it is. ...

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How to a paint a room

August 10, 2011

As part of our painting and decorating series this week, a couple of days ago we took a look at how to prepare a room for decorating. Today, we’re going to talk about how to paint a room. P4N4YCHRG7GH As mentioned in our post about preparing a room, you should have removed all furniture you ...

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How to prepare a room before decorating

August 8, 2011

This week we’re going to have a series of posts all based around decorating. We’re going to start off today with how to prepare a room before you start your decorating, and we’ll follow it up with further posts over the week. Preparing a room for decorating is probably the least exciting aspect of the ...

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How to replace a radiator in 10 easy steps

August 3, 2011

Today’s post is going to be a little short, but hopefully very useful for you. How to Replace a Radiator in 10 Easy Steps: 1. Turn off your central heating system and allow the radiator to cool completely. 2. Turn off the water supply to the radiator using the values on each side. 3. Place ...

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Whats the best way to lay kitchen wall tiles?

August 1, 2011

Ok, so you’ve been walking up and down the aisles of Topps Tiles, Wickes and Homebase deciding on what tiles you want for your new kitchen. The tiles look fantastic on the displays in the stores, but are you going to be able to replicate that in your kitchen. Of course, you could always call ...

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How to repair a damp wall

July 29, 2011

We come across damp walls and rising damp almost every week. Whether it’s part of a renovation project or re-decorating job, its a very common problem that we find. Damp walls can be tricky to fix if you don’t know what you’re looking for, and what tools and products you need to correct the problem ...

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How to diagnose and fix a leaking tap

July 27, 2011

There’s nothing more annoying than a leaking tap. Whether it’s in the bathroom or the kitchen, the constant drip can drive you up the wall pretty quickly. Fortunately, it’s pretty simple to mend a leaking tap, so we thought we’d give you a quick how to guide to get you on your way. If you’re ...

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How to install a washing machine

July 25, 2011

So your old washing machine has finally died, poor old Dot Cotton no longer works at the launderette so you decide the only thing for it, is to go down to Comet and get yourself a nice new washing machine, but how easy it is to install? It’s pretty easy if you follow these steps ...

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Building an extension guide – 10 steps to get you started

July 22, 2011

There’s nothing more we like that getting our hands on a nice extension because we feel we’re at our best with our renovation and extension services. Extending your home can rejuvenate it and add considerable value, especially in current times. Here are 10 ideas to consider when planning your extension: 1. You will need planning ...

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10 Things to Consider when deciding on a new bathroom

July 11, 2011

It seems we’re always working on a bathroom fitting of some sort, whether it be designing and installing, or as part of a larger renovation job. Deciding on the right bathroom for you is not quite as simple as it may seem. Here’s a list of just 10 things you might like to consider if ...

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