The popularity of shower doors is ever increasing and the past popularity of shower curtains is rapidly fading. Styles and preferences inevitably change over time, but usually not without good reason. Shower cubicles are far more hygienic, safer and far more durable than shower curtains.
A greater initial expense is indeed required for a shower enclosure but with many shower doors provided with a lifetime guarantee, it’s easy to see why their popularity is soaring.
Designing your new bathroom can be a challenge. There’s a dazzling array of choice that makes deciding exactly what you want a real headache. It’s easy to get bogged down with information overload and confusing industry jargon.
It’s now coming to that time of year where we all like to wrap up warm and do our best to avoid the elements. Huddling around the radiator can seem like an appealing option but there are other, less extreme ways that you can keep warm.
Nowadays, bathroom technology is booming and more and more electrical appliances are being installed in Britain’s bathrooms. When decorating or installing a bathroom, one of the things that needs considering is the positioning of these electrical items in relation to your bath or shower. These are called 'Electrical Zones'.
Water usage around the home can be categorised as both direct and indirect. Direct water usage is conscious use of water around the home, be that turning the tap on or taking a shower. Indirect water usage is the water needed to produce the goods or services that you buy on a day to day basis. Whilst it can be difficult to lower our indirect water usage, reducing the amount of water we consume in the home can be a simple task.
A blocked bath or shower drain is one of the most common problems you’ll come across in the everyday use of your bathroom. If it’s completely blocked and the water simply isn’t draining, you can forget that nice hot bath or shower you were looking forward to.
With the days shortening and the winter months drawing in many of us become dependent on our boilers to provide us with the luxury of a warm bath after a long day and to keep our radiators warm at night, yet many of us neglect to give a second thought as to what we would do if our boiler was to break down.
Cleaning mould from your bathroom or wet room walls, tiles or grout is never an easy task, however large or small the room. Because of this, cleaning the bathroom can often get neglected, paving the way for the build-up of nasty mould and mildew. Here’s a quick guide on how you can both remove it with ease and prevent it from returning in the future