We've spoken to more than 3,700 bathroom customers so that we can reliably rate a range of budget and high-end bathroom companies, from Wickes to Twyford Bathrooms.
The highest scorer in our survey got a phenomenal 89% overall customer score for its bathrooms, well above the lowest achiever with 61%.
We also asked people for their feedback on individual bathroom fixtures, rating the quality and durability of baths, shower cubicles, sinks, taps and toilets on a seven-point scale from very poor to excellent.
Quality of products overall
Quality of finish (e.g. scuffs and marks)
Value for money
Twyford Bathrooms fixtures
As well as rating the brands, we asked customers to give us more details on their experiences.
Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Twyford Bathrooms suites across various prices and styles.
Bathroom manufacturer Twyford sells its bathrooms through national and local retailers, but not directly. You can see its entire range by downloading a brochure from its website or its app, or using the 'showrooms' tool on its website to find a stockist near you.
Twyford Bathrooms is a modern brand with sleek lines and wall-hung options. A number of its bathroom fixtures are from the Rimfree range, Twyford's exclusive design that it says makes its sanitaryware cleaner and more hygienic. It also offers solutions for people with limited mobility.
It doesn't sell any bathroom fittings (such as towel rails and radiators), tiles or paint. It does have a few accessories, such as built-in lighting and mirrors.
Twyford Bathrooms has some sink and toilet vanity units in gloss or wood effect, and a few standalone cabinets.
Twyford Bathrooms doesn't sell showers, but has a small selection of shower screens (called Geo) and trays.
Twyford Bathrooms' online planning tool, The Design Room, allows you to envisage how your Twyford bathroom will look.