We've surveyed 6,732 bathroom buyers to reveal how Wickes bathrooms compare with rival brands, such as B&Q, Homebase and Victoria Plum.
We asked customers about their experiences of buying a bathroom from Wickes, plus what they thought of the bathroom fixtures and fittings.
The retailer in pole position in our survey got 84%, but the one propping up the bottom of the table got just 64%. Meanwhile, the company rated highest for its bathroom products got an admirable 87%. The lowest-scorer got just 65%.
Respondents also rated specific aspects of the buying process and bathroom fixtures from very poor to excellent.
|Range of suites|
|Quality of advice from staff|
|Ease of delivery|
|Dealing with problems|
|Quality of delivery|
|Value for money|
|Quality of products overall|
|Quality of finish (eg scuffs and marks)|
|Value for money|
|Wickes bathroom fixtures|
Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of Wickes bathrooms across various prices and styles.
Wickes was launched in the UK in 1972 after a collaboration with Sankeys, a builders merchant, and it now has more than 230 stores nationwide.
Wickes' bathroom suites are all its own brand, which are split into modern and traditional designs. As well as browsing on the website, you can download a brochure or have one posted to you.
Online and in-store, Wickes sells a wide range of both fitted and freestanding bathroom furniture, with a number of configurations and options available. You’ll also find a range of power, electric and mixer showers from a number of brands including Bristan and Triton, as well its own. It also sells standalone shower enclosures, screens for shower baths and components for wet rooms.
The retailer has everything you need to kit out your bathroom, from lighting and mirrors to bathroom paint, flooring, tiles and wallpaper.
Wickes offers a free design service and there’s an optional fitting service carried out by Wickes bathroom fitters at extra cost.