ELITE INSTALLERS

Finding a good installer can be a daunting task – we’ve all heard stories about cowboy tradesmen. That’s why at Graham, as the bathroom experts, we’ve decided to act for our valued customers’ safety and peace of mind.

In order to be able to have your perfect bathroom done the way you want it, we looked into the regular installers that came to our showrooms, the ones that we came to know and who operate close to us. These tradespeople have been listed here so that you can easily contact the closest from where you live or from your nearby showroom in order to ask for quotation.

So, enter your postcode below to find these top installers that we have as customers, the Elite Installers and feel free to navigate their profiles for more information about them.

      For more help, we’ve put together some hints and tips to finding an installer the Graham way.

      • Ask family and friends who they’ve used and if they would recommend their plumber – a good reputation is the best form of advertising.

      • Check out your plumber’s credentials. Members of any recognised institutes will hold qualifications and meet criteria that satisfies the specific organisation’s code of professional standards – our showroom consultants can help you further with this.

      • Any tradesman who carries out work on fittings supplied by natural or liquefied petroleum gas must, by law, be registered with the Gas Safe Register. Before using any plumber for gas work, we would suggest you verify that they are currently authorised by visiting www.gassaferegister.co.uk

      • Clearly explain what work you need doing, in writing if possible, and get at least 3 quotes – make sure that all costs are included such as call-out fees, parts and labour for all the plumbers working on the job, and whether the quote includes any ‘making good’ of any consequential damage to other areas of your home.

      • Ask for a written quote so that there are no nasty surprises when the job is finished. If the work you are having done alters from the original quote while the job is underway, ask your plumber to supply you with a revised, written quote.

      • If you don’t fully understand what the job entails, ask. A qualified plumber has the knowledge to answer any questions you may have.

      • Find out how long the job should take, and make alternative showering / washing / accommodation arrangements if the disruption is too much to work around.

      • Never pay up-front, before a job is completed.

      • Don’t be disheartened if the plumber you want to use is booked up – a busy plumber is usually a good one and it’s better to wait than to compromise on quality.

      • Ask family and friends who they’ve used and if they would recommend their plumber – a good reputation is the best form of advertising.

      • Check out your plumber’s credentials. Members of any recognised institutes will hold qualifications and meet criteria that satisfies the specific organisation’s code of professional standards – our showroom consultants can help you further with this.

      • Any tradesman who carries out work on fittings supplied by natural or liquefied petroleum gas must, by law, be registered with the Gas Safe Register. Before using any plumber for gas work, we would suggest you verify that they are currently authorised by visiting www.gassaferegister.co.uk

      • Clearly explain what work you need doing, in writing if possible, and get at least 3 quotes – make sure that all costs are included such as call-out fees, parts and labour for all the plumbers working on the job, and whether the quote includes any ‘making good’ of any consequential damage to other areas of your home.

      • Ask for a written quote so that there are no nasty surprises when the job is finished. If the work you are having done alters from the original quote while the job is underway, ask your plumber to supply you with a revised, written quote.

      • If you don’t fully understand what the job entails, ask. A qualified plumber has the knowledge to answer any questions you may have.

      • Find out how long the job should take, and make alternative showering / washing / accommodation arrangements if the disruption is too much to work around.

      • Never pay up-front, before a job is completed.

      • Don’t be disheartened if the plumber you want to use is booked up – a busy plumber is usually a good one and it’s better to wait than to compromise on quality.

      You may be wondering why we give you these hints and advices instead of offering any installation service ourselves?

      We believe that as our valued customer this allows you to:

      • Obtain accurate installation quotation directly from the installer – without any admin costs being added by the supplier
      • Meet the installer prior to the work being carried out – remember they will be in your home during your installation
      • Ensure the installer views the job prior to commencing installation – to confirm sizes and all details 

      The tradesmen quoted on this site are for guidance only and we do not check the quality of the tradesmen listed. We would strongly recommend that you obtain your own quotations, obtain your own references from satisfied customers, and make your own decisions. We cannot be held responsible for any disputes between yourselves and any of these tradesmen.