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Whether you're buying a Travis Perkins bathroom through a tradesman or directly, find out how its bathrooms are rated by customers.
Our survey, in which we asked nearly 4,000 bathroom owners about their experiences with various brands, means we can compare and rank popular bathroom retailers, such as B&Q, Plumb Center and Bathstore.
We give each brand an overall customer score, as well as star ratings out of five for customer service, quality of products, quality of finish, durability and value for money.
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Travis Perkins bathroom durability
We asked customers about the durability of their bathroom suite and its different components – bath, shower cubicle, sink and toilet.
Travis Perkins bathroom furniture and installation
As well as asking people about the bathroom suites they bought from Travis Perkins, we also asked them to rate its bathroom furniture.
Unfortunately, not enough people responded to these to allow us to give it a rating. Because Travis Perkins sells mostly to trade, it doesn't offer an installation service, so we weren't able to rate this either.
Travis Perkins bathrooms
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Travis Perkins bathroom services
Travis Perkins mostly sells to trade – it offers a wide range of building materials and tools – but consumers can buy its bathrooms too. Its trade prices are lower than for the public, so it might be worth finding an installer to buy the bathroom you want.
It only sells a few complete suites, which are from Ideal Standard, Roca and Iflo. Iflo is its exclusive range sold only through the Travis Perkins Group, which includes Travis Perkins, The Bathroom Showroom and City Plumbing Supplies.
It sells a lot of individual toilets, baths and shower enclosures, as well as associated bathroom products such as heating and plumbing supplies, decorative items, accessories and furniture.
Online you can search by product type, and narrow down by brand. You can also download a bathroom brochure from the website.
Bathroom showrooms: As Travis Perkins sells predominantly to the trade, it doesn't have showrooms of its own. However, you can visit one of the 250 branches of The Bathroom Showroom, a Travis Perkins PLC brand that enables you to view some of its bathrooms.
The Bathroom Showroom has its own website, where you can find stores near you. Travis Perkins does have a few branches where you can collect products – use its 'branch locator' page to find one near you.
Planning/design service: You can get a 3D bathroom design planned by a consultant at one of its The Bathroom Showroom stores. You'll need to book an appointment and bring in your own measurements. It can make home visits to verify measurements, depending on your location.
Travis Perkins sells largely to trade, and its trade prices are cheaper
Installation: It doesn't recommend installers, so you'll need to find your own. You can use Which? Trusted Traders to find a recommended installer.
Showers: Travis Perkins stocks mixer, digital and electric showers, from brands including Bristan, Mira and Triton.
Bathroom furniture: You can buy built-in or freestanding furniture from Travis Perkins, again from different well-known brands, in a range of finishes and styles.
Bathroom fittings, flooring and tiles: Travis Perkins sells bathroom accessories such as mirrors and towel rails, as well as bathroom ceiling lights. It also sells tiles and paint, but not specialist bathroom flooring.