"Baths allow you to make the most of a long, luxurious leisure experience, or if you prefer, a practical washing exercise."
The most important thing to consider is the the size available in your bathroom. New baths are made in many different sizes and can accommodate most size issues.
Next is the material your new bath will be made from. Acrylic, steel, or cast are the most popular, each material type has it's own advantages.
Other options to consider: grips, no grips, non-slip base, extra deep or shallow.
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Using your bath for showering is no longer a compromise with the hybrid bath-shower. Now available with larger standing areas or 'p' shape baths with a wide end for your shoulders.
Shaped shower-baths have their own shaped shower screen, giving valuable protection from water spillage, and are available in left and right hand variations.
Available in standard and extra-long lengths, a modern concept bath-shower can be a valuable addition to your home.
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A corner bath allows you to maximise the space available by fitting into the corner of your bathroom.
The corner bath has more cubic metres for bathing than the traditional straight bath.
Available with equal sides or left or right handed offset sides, the corner bath becomes a very adaptable option and should be a serious consideration for your new bathroom.
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The traditional freestanding bath is synonymous with the Victorian or Edwardian bathroom, and is available in the traditional cast iron, or more modern materials that give improved heat retention and reduced weight, without compromising the 'look' or quality.
Also consider ultra modern freestanding baths available on wooden stands, or in a 'pod' or even egg shaped. Let your imagination run wild with the design of a 'concept' bathroom.
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We supply baths that are dedicated for whirlpool and spa bath systems. Alternatively we can install your chosen spa system to the bath of your choice (subject to suitability), with the jets personally positioned to suit you!
Many options are available - speed control, timers or lights. We would be pleased to assist you on choosing the right bath, with the right system, especially to suit your own personal needs.
"Sanitary ware encompasses all plumbed-in ceramic bathroom fixtures, including; sinks, bathroom basins, toilets, WC’s and bidets."
Victorian and Edwardian sanitaryware adds charm and character to a modern built home, but still retains charm and originality for the older building.
Traditional basins can be round or square, without upstands, single tap or two tap, large and small - traditional in style, but with modern technology.
Today's traditional, means modern flushing mechanisms, with levers or button flush, wooden seats with soft closing hinges
Toilets that are slightly higher, and pedestals to match - all to make life easier for the taller customer.
Why not mix traditional and modern brassware, for the ultimate in contemporary designer looks - be bold and experiment.
Square basin or round basin, sit on basin, semi-recessed with furniture, wall hung basin and pan.
The range of contemporary sanitaryware is huge, which can be bewildering, so consider the following.
Do you prefer round basins or square basins? Single mono tap or a pair? Would a minimalist look with half pedestal and a wall hung pan for that 'continental' look appeal to you?
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Storage space should be considered. Do you need a wall cabinet, or a vanity unit? Again, this could be wall or floor mounted.
Careful planning is important (as with any style of bathroom). Combined with what is practical to install, the ultra modern contemporary style, could be the dream bathroom for you.
Some styles never seem to date. Contemporary or Victorian styles of yesteryear may not appeal to you, but not to worry we cater for all tastes.
In the UK the regarded 'standard' size of basin, is 560mm wide by 420mm projection (22"x16") and over the years, most manufactures, have produced a range that fits nicely into that description.
Function and form has always been a determining factor within this range, but this does not mean boring or less style.
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Replacing 'like for like' (in terms of WC, for example), a low level cistern with a flush pipe could be 'modernised' with new chrome fittings and a cost close seat.
Changing a basin of similar size, but from square to round, will add a new look to a older bathroom - remember that small changes can made a big difference.
"Taps are a important consideration when choosing your new bathroom, make sure they are not an afterthought."
The important thing is to try before you buy - literally getting to grip with your tap heads!
Modern taps may have a single lever, or a pair of 'spoked' hand wheels. Bright chrome is the most popular choice of finish, giving a hard-wearing finish that lasts.
If you need any advice on your choice of modern tap, then please ask, we are here to help.
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Bright chrome is the most popular choice of finish for traditional taps. Chrome taps are very durable and able to withstand the test of time.
Specialist finishes are available; two tone gold/chrome, brushed and bright nickel, also available, a polished brass that will 'tarnish' to give a unique aged look.
If you need any advice on your choice of traditional tap, then please ask, we are here to help.
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You may need to consult your installer if you are not sure about your water pressure.
If you have a normal style airing cupboard with a copper tank inside that gives of heat, this, combined with a large cold water storage tank in the attic normally indicates a low pressure (also known as 'gravity feed') system.
If you have no hot water cylinder, or you have one that is not copper and generally does not give off much heat, combined with no large water tank in the attic, then this indicates a unvented hi-pressure system.
The third type of system found is a combination boiler, with this you would have no hot tank in a airing cupboard and no cold water tank in the attic - normally a combination boiler will automatically turn on when you turn on a hot tap.
Don't worry, we offer a large selection of both modern and traditional taps, that will suit all types of systems available.
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