Wimbledon Bathroom Installation & Fitting

We see a broad and varied demand for new bathrooms in the Wimbledon area. As with a lot of South West London we find ourselves renovating a lot of current or soon to be family bathrooms in the area. We have also seen a lot of activity in the area by both big and small developers, looking to us for both bathroom product supply and in some cases full design and installation. The area around Wimbledon village and some of the grand houses there have been the scene of some of our biggest and boldest renovations to date.

Top Three Popular Wimbledon Bathroom Renovations And Styles

  1. Bold And Innovative Designs
    With a few clients in the area having the space a well as budget to build bold and innovative bathrooms, the area has seen some of our largest bathroom projects. From double ceiling showers, built in TV’s and sound systems through to entire spa rooms we have seen and been part of some amazing bathroom installations in the area.
  2. Developers Supply And Or Design And Installation
    New style construction in the area is seemingly on the increase with both one off and a few larger developments. We have and can serve developers in a number of ways, be it simply supplying bathrooms directly at our competitive trade prices through to full design, supply and installation. At Burgess Bathrooms we have always enjoyed the opportunities to work on a blank canvas, with new build bathroom installations being an area of strong growth for us.
  3. Family Suitable Bathrooms
    Wimbledon as an area is a big draw for young families which means our designers and installers are usually busy installing family friendly bathrooms in the Wimbledon. Practical, price sensitive bathrooms that cater for the whole family is our typical brief here.

Wimbledon Property Style & History

When you think of Wimbledon the first thing that springs to mind is the tennis and Wimbledon Village itself, but the area is wide and varied. In terms of housing styles it seems the majority of properties are either handsome 4/5 bedroom Victorian Villas or rows of robust terraces which were built after the railway arrived in 1938 to house the growing middle class. There are also a number of Arts and Crafts properties around Merton Park, where John Innes built a garden suburb in 1868 to complement the picturesque landscape here. There are also now a surprising number of contemporary buildings in town with an increase of stylish one off luxury homes and larger developments.

Transport From Wimbledon

Tube: Wimbledon Station and Wimbledon Park are both on the District Line and can take you to Earl’s Court in about 17 minutes. Wimbledon South is on the Northern Line and will get you to Bank in 26 minutes.

Rail: National rail services run from Wimbledon Station, including a South West Trains service running to Waterloo (18 minutes) and calling at Clapham Junction (seven minutes) and Vauxhall (12 minutes). Wimbledon Chase and Wimbledon are also served by Thameslink trains that reach Farringdon in 38 minutes.

Tram: A tram runs from Wimbledon all the way to Beckenham Junction, stopping at Croydon and Mitcham Junction passing a multitude of other stops along the way.

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