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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
The hottest additions to the BestBathrooms heating range are the flawlessly fashionable High Gloss Black Designer Radiators. With a strikingly sleek design, this new edition to our radiators collection is fast eclipsing all other heating trends this autumn.
The latest addition to our heating collection is the effortlessly stylish black designer radiators.
You may find that the position of your radiator is the ideal location for a wall mounted television. This was the case with one of our customers who asked us whether or not it is possible to install a television … Continue reading
Now that we’re into summer the last thing you’ll want to be thinking about is your central heating system. However, BestBathrooms.com is advising all property owners to carry out any maintenance now while the work will go on unnoticed. Wait … Continue reading
Check out this week’s Spotlight Product.
A common question we hear at BestBathrooms.com is “Can I paint my radiator?” Well the answer is yes. However there are some general rules you should follow before carrying out any work.
Get it while you can! The BestBathrooms White Vertical Round Tube Designer Radiator 1600mm x 354mm is currently on sale.
Black mould thrives in the conditions found in domestic bathrooms. As warm, moist air condenses on cold surfaces, it provides an ideal breeding ground for the fungi that produce mould spores. So, despite regular cleaning, black mould can become an … Continue reading
Some of the heat from a standard panel convector radiator, column radiator or designer radiator inevitably heats up the wall on which it is mounted. If that wall is an outside wall, much of the heat is conducted to the … Continue reading