Bathrooms, Wet Rooms and Installations

Choosing a bathroom can be quite difficult, it can take time deciding on the right products at the right price. That is why, at Stable Flame our experienced designer Andy will visit you in the comfort of your own home, he will discuss the process of a new bathroom installation from Stable Flame with you and also discuss any preferences and design ideas you already have and direct you in the right direction with regards to products he would recommend for your installation.


Andy can provide you with some brochures to look at from our carefully selected suppliers that we use whilst he measures up and assesses your bathroom and plumbing system in order to provide you with the most suitable products. 

Having all of the details required Andy will leave the brochures with you and arrange for a revisit at a later date to go through any products you may have chosen. He will then provide you with a quotation for all of the products and workmanship costs within approximately seven days.

Should you require an installation only service this is something we would also be more than happy to provide you with and the process will be the same as above with the exception of the supplying of products.

We pride ourselves on quality, delivering a bathroom installation service to the highest of standards and always exceeding our customers’ expectations.

When providing a bathroom installation service our fitters are able to carry out all aspects of the installation from conception to completion, including tiling, so there are no extra costs on top of your original quotation from Stable Flame.



Wet Rooms

With wet rooms becoming increasingly popular, why not transform your old tired looking and dated bathroom into a luxurious, contemporary and attractive space. Stable Flame designers can provide you with an outstanding design and installation service to suit you.


What is a Wet Room?

A wet room is a fully waterproof room, in order to achieve this we use a procedure called tanking. The tanking of the walls effectively protects the walls and general building structure from damage caused by damp, steam and shower spray etc.

In a wet room there is no shower tray required as the floor is designed in a way which will allow the water to be drained away via the shower drain inset to the floor, also providing you with level access.
This is an excellent design that we highly recommend for customers who are less mobile.


Is a Wet room suitable for my property?

Wet rooms are suitable for almost all homes, the only exceptions are if you already have underfloor heating installed as there is a risk of damaging the pipes in the installation process or if there is insufficient space between the ceiling void and floor, although this is not so common.