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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 1:00 am 
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Hi

we are moving into a new build soon and the builder wants 125 to finish the tiles with chrome trim. From what i can see the trim is fitted under the tile and therefore I assume it would be too much pain to remove it (across 4 bathrooms...) with a view to then installing all chrome.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 6:56 am 
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If you want it then do it now, it's a right pain to try and retrofit. For 4 bathrooms £125 is cheap.

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For 125 I'd do it. They are not cheap. Makes the the bathroom look much better.
Really don't see it as an option doing it afterwards and if so there is a chance breaks a tile, scuffs shower, bath etc. It would cost much more too



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darrenba wrote:
If you want it then do it now, it's a right pain to try and retrofit. For 4 bathrooms £125 is cheap.



My bad - it was 125 per room!!


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