Bathroom suite suppliers

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Good afternoon.

I’m looking to take advantage of being on furlough and put a new bathroom suite in. As it’s a like-for-like replacement, I’m looking to do it as a DIY project.

Can anyone recommend suppliers?

Not sure what is happening with my job at the moment, so looking for value for money but need to keep the Mrs happy in terms of style and quality.
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Best to find a good local independent, they tend to have better quality products.
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I do not think you can go far wrong with the Screwfix packs, they are great value. https://www.screwfix.com/c/bathrooms-ki ... ntemporary especially if you are on a budget. The £199 one plus add on for taps and other fittings is still really cheap. It is the tiles and decor that make the room, not the sanitary ware. :thumbright:

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Thank you. FWIW I’ve used a mixture of local suppliers and eBay/Amazon bits.
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