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Pristine Bathrooms In conversation with Gillian Gaynor by Emer Kelly Images: Webpress
CG Heating & Plumbing trading as Pristine Bathrooms is a family run business by husband and wife team Aidan & Gillian Gaynor. It originally started out as Gaynor Plumbing Services, which was set up in January 2010 a business which covered all aspects of heating and plumbing needs for clients. Over the years Aidan and his team have been entrusted to complete countless bathroom renovations and this continues to be the case.
As to the future of Pristine Bathrooms? “We are always looking at growing the business, we’ve recently taken on another member of staff and we hope to be able to grow the team even more in 2021. We are also seeing a growth in the plumbing/ heating side of the business with underfloor heating, heat pumps and retrofitting becoming increasingly popular. We hope to see continued growth on both sides of the industry in 2021 and beyond’’ concluded Gillian Gaynor.
We are always looking at growing the business.
Due to the year on year growth and in response to the business needs, Gillian joined the business full time and the company was expanded to incorporate a fully bespoke bathroom renovation service, Pristine Bathrooms as well as a general heating and plumbing service. Pristine Bathrooms provides a full bathroom/wet room renovation service, from concept to completion. Looking after your every need and ensuring your dream bathroom becomes a reality. Whether it’s a simple sanitary ware upgrade, a wet room installation or a complete new build, Pristine Bathrooms offers a full project management service and arrange all aspects of the job, including waste removal and any additional contractors which may be required, i.e. tilers/electricians/carpenters/plasterers, always only ever enlisting the services of fully insured quality tradesmen. “Our work is mainly based in North Kildare and Dublin. We have experienced a huge increase in enquiries this year, perhaps due to the pandemic and with people having spent a lot more time at home over the last number of months, home renovation seems to be high on peoples agendas’’ said Gillian Gaynor.
The bathroom industry is ever changing.
The bathroom industry is ever changing, there are always new trends to follow and new and exciting products coming on the market. Due to the industry constantly evolving I think people like to change things up after a couple of years as it is a space that can become quite dated or as their family dynamics change. Bathrooms are one the rooms that seem to go through the most changes over the years in peoples homes.