When selecting your bath, it helps to be thinking of who will be using the bath and how. Certain aspects of baths can lend themselves to your requirements more than others. A few examples are;
The deep bath -
for the long relaxing soak.
The water saving bath -
Part G compliant and saves you money.
The double ended bath -
so no one gets the tap end!
The spacious bath -
if you like some extra room, especially if showering over the bath.
The short bath -
new technology enables a lowered step in height for easy access without compromising on depth.
Then comes the decisions on materials which range from acrylic to Idealcast. Shapes which include square, rectangular, oval and even hexagonal. The option whether to have a luxurious whirlpool.
There’s a shower door action or enclosure configuration available to suit just about every shape and size of bathroom layout. We can ensure you are using the best possible use of the space available. After all size does matter!
Your enclosure can have an outward opening door, inward opening door, sliding door or even no doors
Your shower tray sizes start from a square 75cm up to an oblong 170cm with many sizes in between
One question which is often overlooked when selecting taps are what hot water system do you have. Some taps require certain flow rates in order to work well and there are even taps specifically made for combination boilers.
We are sure to find something to suit your needs, whether you want a single monoblock mixer, wall mounted taps or even a digital bath filler with pre-selected temperature and water depth functions.
There is also lots of choice with finishes, by using manufactures who can offer a wide range of fittings we can try to colour match as best as possible.
It's nice to work with a company, where the people takes the time to work with you in the design and then ensure that the installation is a complete success. These guys did our en suite bathroom, friendly knowledgeable staff in the showroom, great fitter and all went to plan. Definitely take the time to have a look here. They are highly recommended.
A nice refreshing or soothing shower remains the most popular option in most people’s bathrooms. The variety of shower heads and spray functions continue to grow in choice. From a super soft spray to reduce splashing, to a forceful jet of water to help massage tired muscles.
Shower controllers have also developed to multi-function, programmable models with the ability to start your shower with a smart device and even set a timer for those members of the family who dwell too long. The classic mixer valve remains popular with simple controls and the reassurance of a thermostatic control, essential in any bathroom.
Valves like this teamed up with shower heads coming from the wall, ceiling, or adjustable rails ensure the shower system is perfect for you.
Storage is now a necessity opposed to a luxury in the bathroom with most people wanting a clutter free bathroom. Most bathrooms can fit in some often much needed storage.
How much space do you have? Reduced depth furniture is available for smaller bathrooms and cloakrooms and full depth vanity units are available if you’re lucky to have more space.
How much storage do you need? Most fitted units offer limited available space after allowing for pipe work, false walls and plinths. Freestanding or modular units may be better suited.
Our top quality, affordable tiles are available in a range of designs, with a wide variety of finishes, colours and effects to choose from, allowing you to personalise your room. We can offer advice and suggestions or if you wish you can browse independently through our selection whilst we make you a tea or coffee.
Great customer service and design advice. Excellent quality products too. Delighted with the finished result in our bathroom. Thank you.