Each install is different though. When I had one of our bathrooms redone 'on the cheap' it still came in at 3.5 to 4k. The job did include removing the rotten wooden floor, new tiled floor, plastering walls and ceilings, some electrics, moving pipework etc. If you're simply being quoted for a replacement of furniture and tiles, then that's pricey. I'd hate to think what my install would have cost at full-fat prices.
If you go for a named brand (eg Kudos), it'll be much easier to get replacement bits like seals etc when needed. Manufacturers with their own customer service support can make this type of thing a lot easier than just some rebranded stuff via b&q etc.
These are poor quality with poor reviews. I'd avoid anything Cook and Lewis from experience. Victoria Plum I have found much better. Not a bad price tho :-)
Anyone recommend a thermostatic shower with head and hand unit please? Thinking of going for the grohe 260 euphoria but that's coming in at £350+. I know grohe come with a 5 year guarantee and some of the cheaper versions are like £100 but they are very light and plasticky. Don't know any other good company which has a good guarantee but are known for the quality of their products.
I fit bathrooms for living.find cooke&lewis luxuriant enclosures most akward to fit.few flaws in design itself.cant comment on model shown in the photo,but door version its just awful.also check other tradesmans review on b&q website.