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We all know that customers rate tradesmen and most people will consider using tradesmen that friends or relatives have recommended but did you know that tradesmen rate their customers as well? Well if you didnt maybe you'd like to read on and see why they do.Read More
The equipment required for a mobility wet room will vary dramatically depending on the requirements of the intended user. This blog will try to assist you in obtaining the correct in formation as well as providing examples of the products you may require.Read More
When selecting a suitable shower that lends itself to a disabled user or a person of limited mobility a few things need to be considered prior to making a decision. This blog will highlight the key issues to consider and hopefully be of assistance in guiding you to a satisfactory solution.Read More
Planning and constructing a disabled wet room may feel like a daunting task. This blog is designed to guide you to the correct solution and answer as many questions as may be required. If you cant find the answer to your question, Our Technical Advisors are also available on 01626 332210 for further assistance.Read More
The floor covering depends really on personal choice. So really it's a case of weighing up the pros and cons of each and deciding what suits you best. The following points may help you decide between the two. We welcome our customers to add comments, either for or against both vinyl and tiled floors, if they feel we haven't included a relevant point.Read More
The simple way to define the slip resistance of a tile is by its R number or rating. The ratings go from R9 to R13, the higher number being of greatest slip resistance. Below is Nichols & Clarks (Our Supplier of Tiles) official statement of slip resistance.Read More
Having just read an article on wet rooms that is still prominent on google, even though it was published in 2008, I felt the need to address some of the misleading content and go some way to assuring existing and future advocates of wet rooms that all is not quite how the Telegraph described it to be.Read More
Deciding to go for a wet room rather than the bathroom layout you already have is a big step. What is a wet room? Will it work for me? These are questions you could well ask yourself and hopefully the following will help in coming to a decision. After all, there is a vast choice of products to choose from, and many decisions to make.Read More