Knocking down a garage to extend their home of 7 years, meant that Julie and Chris Nightingale then needed a new kitchen.
When Jean and John Dimmock moved house around 5 years ago, once they’d settled in they called in Roman Bathrooms. This was the start of a longstanding relationship that has seen them return several times over the following years.
In many peoples’ lives, there’s a trigger point when they decide to tackle the ‘big’ work in the house. For some it’s when they move in.
Replacing a bath with a shower has become a favoured option for many people who find getting in and out of a bath a challenge.
For Carol Simpson, the most important factor when making over her three en-suite bathrooms was accountability. “I wanted to know that if something went wrong, or if something needed fixing over time, that I’d know who to call.
A returning customer is always welcome, and when it’s a third time, then we practically consider that family! For that reason, we were delighted to hear from Tracy and John, who were looking to revamp their family bathroom.
Simon Hyde starts the story of the family’s en-suite bathroom refurb, with the admission that they decorated the rest of the house first and then had the builders in to do the bathroom! Not the usual way of doing things, but he did it confident
At Roman Bathrooms customers often come to us from recommendations but for local couple, Alan and Angela from Dudley, we are so nearby, they were very aware of our business.
Retirement is viewed differently by everyone. For some, it’s a chance to sit down, put your feet up and do nothing. For others, it’s all about tackling the jobs you’ve not had time to do, as was the case with Ruth and David from Oldbury.
For many families, especially those with young children, a living kitchen really is the heart of the home. Working mum Claire loves her contemporary Mereway kitchen that blends in with a living and dining area, a perfect space for the family.