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Choosing a Plumber
Choosing a Plumber/Bathroom Installer
The first thing to take into consideration is to determine exactly what work you need to be carried out. For smaller jobs such as fitting new taps, a plumber is all you will need. If, however, you are about to undertake a complete re-model of your bathroom you should consider looking for a bathroom installer. A bathroom installer will not only be able to undertake the plumbing side of things, but also all the other tasks that need to be...
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Planning a Bathroom
There are four stages to planning a bathroom:
Measuring up and noting the position of the existing services, windows and doors. (It is vital to know where the soil stack is).
Working out the plan to get the bathroom fixtures where you want them. (Workable space between the items is imperative).
Deciding upon any structural work which needs to be carried out - creating new or moving existing walls, doors or windows.
Deciding on any changes to the services (electricity, wat...
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Bathrooms Explained - WC's
WC’sThere are 5 types of toilets currently available in the UK.Close coupledThis is the most common type of toilet in the UK. This type of toilet has the pan and cistern joined together. The advantage of this type is that the pan has a splash back built onto it where it joins the cisternBack to WallThis type of toilet is used mainly when having fitted furniture. As with the wall hung toilet the cistern is concealed inside the furniture but the pan is sat on the floor. Alternatively you may ha...