My Plumber has been designing and installing bathrooms, wetrooms and shower rooms in London for the past 10 years.
Bathroom Design and Installation Experts
We have put together a bathroom gallery to show you some of our work. For an up to date snapshot, please go to Houzz which we keep regularly updated. We now carry out all our bathroom work through our trading name: Soak Bathrooms.
Of course, there are many bathroom and wetrooms that we design and fit that do not make it to these pages but this should give you an idea of what we are about. We have plenty more photos of bathrooms and wetreooms that we can share if you are interested in getting bathroom or wetroom ideas. As well as looking at our photos, we realise that there is nothing like seeing the real thing. That’s why we have clients who would be willing to show you some of the work we have done. Just ask if this is of interest to you.
The main person managing and directing our Bathroom and Wetroom installations division is Jamie Glasson . He has a wealth of experience and will be there to hold your hand throughout the bathroom or wetroom installation process. Jamie has an able project manager who also helps to ensure that projects run smoothly.
Our CAD drawings make it possible for you to see exactly what your bathroom, wetroom or shower room will look like when it is completed. This will also ensure that you know what you are getting.
This wetroom was installed in what was previously a loft space. We were called out because Mr Taylor had had someone fit a wetroom badly and it started to leak. We discovered that the work below the tiles had not been correctly completed and so the wetroom needed to be completely re-done.
You can see more photos of the bathroom and wetroom that we completed on our Soak Bathrooms website. We specialise in fixing wetrooms that have started to leak so call us now on 0203 0785919 if you would like a free estimate. Mr Taylor was so happy that he asked us to fix the other two wetrooms that he had in his property.
This shower room was previously an airing cupboard. We made this shower room for the daughter of the property who wanted her own shower room. See our client’s video testimonial for this shower room.
This is a CAD drawing for a wetroom which we recently completed. It clearly shows how limited space can be cleverly used to fit everything in to the wetroom. A tiled stud wall separates the wetroom area from the dry area. As well as asking us to design and install a wetroom, this client also used us to decorate the rest of the house and his summer house as well.
The client brief for this elegant small bathroom was very specific in terms of design, layout and colours. Once we had the measurements of the bathroom and had translated Miss Bank’s ideas into the CAD as shown above, we were able to develop her ideas further to create the perfect bathroom for her.