We've compiled the views of 6,732 people to calculate ratings and scores for B&Q bathrooms and its rivals, including Homebase, Bathstore and Wickes.

The lowest-scoring retailer we rated got an unimpressive customer score of 64%, while the top scorer received 84%.

When looking at the bathrooms themselves, the gap between top and bottom was even bigger – from 65% to 87%.

As well as awarding overall scores, we asked customers about their experiences of buying a bathroom from B&Q and how they rated the bathroom fixtures and fittings.

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Is B&Q a good bathroom retailer?

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B&Q bathrooms rated

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To see exactly how B&Q's bathrooms and B&Q as a retailer compare with other brands, go to Best and worst bathroom brands.

B&Q's bathroom fixtures and fittings

B&Q bathroom fixtures
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You can also see how B&Q's individual bathroom components – toilets, sinks, baths, taps and shower enclosures – were rated by visiting our Best bathroom sinks, taps, toilets, baths and showers page.

B&Q bathroom suites

Click through our picture gallery below to see a range of B&Q bathrooms across various prices and styles.

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    Founded in 1969, B&Q has 300 stores nationwide. Use its online 'Find a store' tool to locate your nearest branch and check which services it offers.

    B&Q sells a wide range of modern and traditional bathroom suites. The majority of its sinks, toilets and baths are from its own GoodHome and Cooke & Lewis brands. It also stocks a few other brands, such as Ideal Standard and Plumbsure.

    You can choose from a wide range of bathroom furniture, from fitted vanity units to standalone storage. B&Q's range of taps includes big brands, such as Bristan and Armitage Shanks, as well as its own GoodHome-branded models.

    B&Q stocks a range of mixer, electric and power showers from a number of brands, including Cooke & Lewis, Mira, Triton and Aqualisa, as well as shower enclosures and components for wet rooms.

    As it’s a DIY store, B&Q sells all manner of bathroom fittings and decorative extras, such as paints, mirrors, wallpapers and lighting. It also sells a range of tiles for walls and flooring.

    Visit our page on bathroom designs for ideas on how to create the perfect bathroom for you and how to cut the cost of your bathroom.

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