We've surveyed more than 6,732 bathroom company customers to find out how Bathstore's bathrooms compare with rival brands, such as B&Q, Ikea and Victoria Plum.
To get a rounded picture of people's experiences, we asked them what customers thought of their bathroom overall, as well as the quality and durability of individual bathroom fixtures.
Overall, the top-scoring bathroom brand in our survey got a customer score of 87% and the bottom just 65%. Meanwhile, the lowest-scoring bathroom retailer got 64% and the highest shop got 84%.
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Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Bathstore bathrooms across various prices and styles.
Bathstore went into administration in June 2019, but was rescued by Homebase. Bathstore bathrooms are currently being sold via Homebase as well as remaining Bathstore stores. Its online store locator will help you locate your nearest Homebase or Bathstore shop. Bathstore bathrooms are also available online, via both the Homebase and Bathstore websites.
Bathstore sells a range of power, mixer and electric showers, including products from Aqualisa and Mira. It also sells shower enclosures and components for wet rooms. You can get towel rails, robe hooks, soap dispensers and more from Bathstore. It also sells lighting and mirrors.
There is a wide range of bathroom furniture available, including bespoke and built-in units, as well as standalone cabinets. Bathstore also sells wall and floor coverings, including vinyl, and electric kits.