A bathroom renovation is one of the toughest renovations and involves significant financial outlay. When you contract an experienced and reputable bathroom builder, you can bring your bathroom dream to life. You have the assurance that all work is guaranteed and completed to a high standard.
Why Not Manage the Project Yourself?
Choosing to manage a bathroom renovation yourself can be extremely stressful, overwhelming and potentially costly. There are no guarantees if things go wrong.
Detailed Quotation, Plan and Contract
A specialist bathroom builder, provides a detailed quotation and plan for your consideration and comparison. If you proceed with the quotation, the contract outlines all aspects included in the renovation. Latand oversees all aspects of your project from demolition through to the final fit out.
A bathroom renovation requires all trades work to be completed in a set order. Trades include carpentry, electrical, tiling, waterproofing, plumbing, cabinetry and shower screen manufacture and installation. Electrical, plumbing and waterproofing require compliance with Australian and legal standards. Our Latand Project Manager is on site, overseeing all stages of the renovation and ensuring that all facets of the renovation proceed smoothly.
As registered builders, we issue a Certificate of Insurance at the start of the contracted work. Structural and trades work is guaranteed for 6 years, with waterproofing completed to Australian Standard (AS 3740-10).
A quality bathroom renovation is an excellent investment in your home. Decide to sell and potential buyers will readily identify your quality bathroom renovation.
Partner with Regular Suppliers
Latand Bathrooms has a team of skilled, friendly and reliable tradespeople who bring your new bathroom to life. We partner with regular suppliers to ensure quality of product, advice, support and excellent warranty back up.
Latand Bathrooms can order and supply all fittings and fixtures from our regular suppliers at Reece. This streamlines the ordering and delivery process, ensuring that the fittings and fixtures comply with Australian standards and are suitable for the application.