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Topic # 113340 14-Jan-2013 13:43 Send private message

Hello, my bathroom's bath/shower is leaking really badly, the next room's carpet is completely moulded. So I was looking for a bathroom renovation job to redo the whole bathroom inc toilet.

Does anybody know any good companies that renovate and fix bathrooms at a reasonable price? Budget would be up to $10,000.

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  Reply # 744526 14-Jan-2013 13:53 Send private message

I'm gonna take a punt that you are in Auckland?



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  Reply # 744529 14-Jan-2013 13:56 Send private message

Oops, yes you're right - Auckland..




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  Reply # 744557 14-Jan-2013 14:31 Send private message

sonyxperiageek: Oops, yes you're right - Auckland..


Every time someone forgets to explain where in NZ they are.... they're in Auckland Wink


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  Reply # 744560 14-Jan-2013 14:32 Send private message

you could probably do it for less than $10k, but dont expect to get decect fittings included for that price. When we renovated our bathroom the fittings alone cost arond $10k (bath, shower, double sink/vanity, mirrored cabinet) and the renovation work itself cost around $18k.



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NonprayingMantis: you could probably do it for less than $10k, but dont expect to get decect fittings included for that price. When we renovated our bathroom the fittings alone cost arond $10k (bath, shower, double sink/vanity, mirrored cabinet) and the renovation work itself cost around $18k.


Really? Thats super expensive!! What company was it?




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