The traditional way of filling a bath or running water into a sink
involves two taps. One is connected to the hot water supply and the
other to the cold water supply. In a mixer tap, you still draw from the
hot and cold sources but these are combined into a single flow and come
out of a single spout.
The number of panels you’ll need to fit will depend on the size,
position and type of bath you have. All straight baths will usually
require at least a front panel (the long panel that runs down one side
of the bath), but may also need an end panel (the smaller panel that
runs along the end of the bath).
There are a great variety of shower enclosures on the market for you to
pick from, with different styles, shapes, and purposes. Whichever you choose, you can follow our step-by-step instructions to fit your new shower enclosure.
If you're planning a new bathroom, but don't want to pay over the odds for installation, make sure you check out this article. We give you the lowdown on just how much a bathroom should cost to install.
From applying makeup to brushing your teeth, there are numerous things
you do in the bathroom which rely on clear visibility. Lighting is a key
consideration but bathroom lights are about more than just clarity of
vision – they’re about atmosphere too.
Whether you’re upgrading your bath or simply trying to choose new
accessories, you’ll need to decide which materials you want to make use
of. It’s possible to use a combination in order to create a unique
Tiles are the foundations upon which many great bathrooms are built, so
it’s vitally important you get this bit right. Here at VictoriaPlum.com
we’re dedicated to helping you build the perfect bathroom, so here are
our tips for bathroom tiles.
When it comes to taps, there can be a lot of problems that occur and we often get a lot of questions sent in – so we thought we would put together our most asked questions and a few solutions to help you out.
Whilst plumbing and installation is best left to a qualified
professional, if you’re competent at DIY, you can still save time and
money by fitting your new pedestal basin. Follow our step by step guide here.