We surveyed 6,732 bathroom buyers about their experience in order to calculate ratings and customer scores for major bathroom brands, including Argos, Ikea, Bathstore and more.
We asked customers about their experiences with buying a bathroom from Argos, as well as what they thought of the bathroom itself.
The retailer at the top of our table got a customer score of 84%, while the retailer at the bottom got just 64%.
When it came to rating bathrooms themselves, the top brand scored an impressive 87%. The worst bathroom brand scored just 65%.
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Click through our gallery to see a range of Argos bathrooms across various styles and prices.
Argos was established in 1973, originally as a catalogue retailer. It’s now part of the Sainsbury’s family of brands with high-street stores nationwide, as well as concessions and collection points within Sainsbury’s stores. Its products are available to buy online for delivery, too.
Argos doesn’t sell complete bathroom suites, but you can buy showers, shower screens, taps, bath panels and other individual fixtures from the store. The company sells its own-brand bathroom fixtures, as well as bathroom products from popular brands such as Triton and Croydex.
There’s plenty of choice when it comes to bathroom furniture, including own-brand cabinets and freestanding storage, as well as bathroom furniture from Habitat (another Sainsbury’s brand).
Argos also offers a huge range of bathroom fittings, accessories, mirrors and more. You’ll need to go elsewhere for tiles, flooring and heating, though.