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    Want to revamp your bathroom?

    Flooring – Most people these days tend to lean towards tiles or vinyl when it comes to bathrooms – not only is it easier to clean but the trend for boutique bathrooms is still massive and to have a gorgeous tiles floor can make all the difference. Of course you don’t need to suffer with cold feet any more as lots of people opt for under floor heating which keeps the bathroom nice and toasty and dries up the moisture super quick.

    If you can bring home some samples from tile shops even better as you want to make sure the tiles you chose are the right ones – costly mistakes become a headache and after all you have to live with it. Vinyl is another option and there are some fantastic funky looking vinyl’s out there. Just remember laying vinyl is not for the faint hearted and you don’t want to get it wrong, always best to seek advice first and get a professional to fit it for you.

    Measure the bathroom carefully – you might think this is straight forward but have you considered the position of the windows, doors and pipe work, sometimes its best to get a plumber in to sketch you a rough plan and always speak to your plumber before you buy any sanitary wear, he will give advise on what you need and measurements.

    Lighting – Most people find the bathroom a relaxing retreat after a hard day, so choose lights which compliment. Lights positioned above wash basins and baths/showers are a must and must comply with bathroom safety. There are so many different designs on the market these days that you are simply spoilt for choice. Again inserting new lights such as spotlights will need the help of a qualified electrician.

    Heating – Bathrooms need to be warm and toasty especially coming out of a bath or shower. Heated towel rails are an inexpensive way of making your bathroom look ultra modern and great if space is a premium not to mention the extra source of heat.  We touched also on under floor heating and is certainly a trend for spa type bathrooms and wet rooms this year. There are a couple of options when it comes to under floor heating whether you have a wet system which works as part of your central heating or dry systems – which are powered by your electric (which is the quicker and easier way to install) Don’t forget you will need a certified electrician to be able to do this for you.

    Extraction – I must have a couple of enquires a week from customers who are suffering mould and condensation problems mainly from bathrooms – it’s important that the steam can escape from a window, extractor or both. My en suite is windowless so I had to ensure I had a super extraction system fitter or I was going to have an issue in a couple of year’s time.

    If you follow some easy guidelines you will be able to achieve the bathroom of your desire, it’s really important to choose a plumber who comes recommended and is reliable. Ask to see recommendation and where possible speak to clients that have used their services.

    For more information of Find Me A Tradespersons bathroom fitters please check out their profiles.

    Happy planning!


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