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Most people are aware of the metaphor of the stylish swan; it is a beautiful and elegant creature that seems to glide across the water with effortless ease. Yet underneath the water, in the depths we can’t see, its legs … Continue reading
Fearful DIYers out there may think that the best way to reseal your bath is to call the local plumber and get the old cheque book out. The bank account will be shorn of a few quid but the job … Continue reading
Fitting a bath yourself may sound like a job best left to a professional plumber, but with the right steps and tools this can be done to a high standard.
You don’t have to be an environmental activist wearing a badly home-knitted cardigan to want to save the planet and its resources. Your motives may be financial rather than ecological but we all know that saving water can help your … Continue reading
Creaking pipes, a slow drip, drip, drip and invasion of black mould. Yes, the bathroom can be a scary place at times. Here’s our run down of the top 5 bathroom horrors (and some guidance on how to banish them). … Continue reading
Struggling to fix a leaking tap or burst pipes? Ever had a problem like this in your bathroom? Don’t worry you’re not alone! Here’s a look at the top 10 DIY problems people experience in their bathrooms.
The internet is a great resource of information and full of facts and tips on how to keep your bathroom clean and looking great. With such a wealth of advice out there, we’ve decided to compile some of our favourites.
BestBathrooms now includes Dual Fuel T Piece valves within its range of heating accessories. Fitting this small addition to a heated towel rail will not only reduce your energy consumption costs, it eradicates the need to rely on your central … Continue reading
If you have a new type of mixer tap on your bath/shower then it will have an ‘O ring’ within instead of the traditional gland packing. Here’s how to replace this type of washer should the need arise.