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Our guide to Plumb Center bathrooms gives you an insight into what its customers think of its bathrooms and whether they're worth buying.

Plumb Center, which sells mostly to tradesmen, offers everything you might need for your bathroom, from suites to plumbing supplies. 

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Plumb Center bathroom services

Plumb Center stocks a range of branded bathroom suites, including ones from Ideal Standard, Roca, Mira and Twyford, as well as its own exclusive bathroom collection called Nabis. Plumb Center also sells an extensive range of fittings, such as showers, plumbing and heating supplies and accessories.

Plumb Center sells mostly to the trade, so to buy a bathroom from Plumb Center you'll need to go through an independent plumber or builder. You can download a range of brochures, or order a print copy, from each of the brands on Plumb Center's website. You can also visit one of its showrooms.

Bathroom showrooms: Nationwide (more than 50 branches) - use the 'branch locator' page to find one in your area. 

Planning/design service: You can get a free design consultation by visiting any of Plumb Centre's showrooms. To actually purchase your planned bathroom, you will need to find an installer first.

Installation: Because Plumb Center mostly sells to the trade, you will need to find your own installer. You can visit Which? Trusted Traders to find a recommended bathroom fitter in your area.

Showers: Plumb Center has a range of power, electric and mixer showers, as well as standalone shower enclosures and components for wet rooms.

Bathroom furniture: Plumb Center sells fitted vanity units and a few standalone storage options, all from the range of brands it stocks, including Ideal Standard and Twyford.

Bathroom fittings, flooring and tiles: It offers a wide range of bathroom fittings, from shower rails right through to pipework for plumbing. It doesn't sell bathroom tiles or flooring, though.

Find out how Plumb Center compares with other bathroom brands in our guide to the best and worst bathroom brands.

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