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Port Marine Bathrooms have been designing and fitting bathrooms in Bristol for over 25 years

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About Port Marine Bathrooms.

We've been designing and fitting bathrooms in the Bristol area for over 25 years. Our two directors have also previously worked for leading manufacturers including Tileflare Ltd.

We use state-of-the-art computer aided programming to design your bathroom down to the smallest detail and all in the comfort of your own home, in addition to project managing the supply and installation of all required bathroom equipment.

All the products we use come from leading manufacturers such as Simpsons, Roman, Armitage Shanks, Lakes, Twyford, and RAK and come with the security and peace of mind of a full manufacturer's guarantee.

We have carried out installations for individuals and high profile companies such as Fitness First and the Kingfisher group. Please read a selection of testimonials from our satisfied clients.

About Your New Bathroom.

So, how do you decide how your new bathroom should be laid out?

First of all, while the bathroom is primarily for you to enjoy, it's also adding value to the house in case you decide to sell it in the future. You may prefer showers to baths, but before you decide to get rid of the bath make sure you've considered whether that might be an important feature to future buyers.

Great bathroom design is about making a small space feel open and luxurious. Many houses built 40 or more years ago have surprisingly small bathrooms, back then buyers wanted spacious living areas and large bedrooms and the bathroom was not as much of a priority, so it's crucial to make the most of the space you have.

There are some useful tricks to consider. Does the door open inwards, for example? We could reverse it to open outwards instead. That might not add any physical space to the bathroom but it makes the room feel larger. If there is no space for it to open outwards then perhaps a sliding door might work.

Vanity units are often larger than they need to be and space can often be found by making them slightly shallower. You might even consider losing the vanity altogether and installing a pedestal sink, or a wall-mounted sink.

If all else fails, you may be able to create a larger bathroom by stealing some space from an adjoining room. We'll be able to advise on that, so do contact us.

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