Shower drains and you

Spring, autumn, winter. We live in a climate where we must heat the house for over 6 months a year. We do not pay attention to this every day, but only a failure or lack of heating system gives us an idea of how important this is to our home. In most of British homes we still use the most common type of installation, with unattractive radiators at the sight. Meanwhile, for the past few years, underfloor heating has become increasingly popular, cheaper and easier to use. If you are in the process of renovation, you might want to consider installing it. In this guide, we will present some of the key benefits that we hope will convince you.
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The joy of receiving keys to the dream home is indescribable. Each of us cannot wait to have our own four walls. However, over time we may begin to be dissatisfied with certain things that, for financial or architectural reasons, are not easy to circumvent. According to research, one of the biggest reasons for dissatisfaction is insufficient space. As a company selling wet room solutions, we often meet with customers who are wondering how to get extra space in the bathroom. You too? You got it! This article will advise people who do not have a large bathroom, how to develop the space and maximize it as much as possible. Let’s do this!
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Increasingly popular bathroom solutions such as without-tray showers motivate to change our bathrooms. Replacing an ordinary standard shower on a wet room can be quite troublesome if you do not plans ahead. There are some basic rules and tips that will help you prepare properly. If you're wondering whether it's a good idea, we invite you to read our guide - we listed all the important steps that should convince you to create a wet room. Let’s do this!
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In the previous article we discussed the types and advantages of shower trays. This is a very popular solution for creating a wet room, but it also has some limitations. If we do not have a large space or we are limited by the layout of our bathroom, the ideal solution would be to purchase a shower drain. You do not know how to choose it? The following guide will help you make the choice.
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When we start thinking about changing something in our bathroom and shower, we probably do not know the current bathroom solutions and actual features. You've come to the right place - In our offer you will find a range of products to create your dream shower space. Of course, besides the mass of various accessories and interesting improvements, such as heating mats, the most important is the base of the shower and what is responsible for the outflow of water. One of the most popular products is the shower tray, which types and advantages are described below.
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Bathroom maintenance is no drop in the ocean, with the average UK homeowner spending £364/yr on home repairs. Given the intricate nature of bathrooms, with gas, plumbing and electrics intertwining into each fitting, the potential for things to go wrong is up there. With attractive wetroom designs ever popular, the emphasis is now on having water freely flowing within your bathroom, increasing the need for durability and flexibility in appliances - and the need for maintenance that brings. This article should hopefully shed a little light on what you can do with several common home repair issues.
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Caring for Your Wetroom Drain A wetroom is a great investment for your home and should be looked after, not just on the surface, but you also need to care for the drains. Drains can get easily clogged and blocked. You can tell if there’s a blockage when the water is draining too slowly or you find it very difficult to get your toilet to flush properly. You may also find an unpleasant smell coming from the drains. But when it comes to maintaining your drainage systems, caring for your wetroom in an environmentally friendly way is important.
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In previous article we discussed basic information about bathroom sealing. Now we know why to seal our bathroom and what the advantages of proper insulation are. No matter which method of sealing you choose, whether insulation mats or tanking liquid, insulation is more complex and does not rely only on these steps. This process is more complicated than it seems, and in this guide we will describe other individual steps in waterproofing shower space.
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4 Personal Care Products You Should Never Put Down The Drain Pouring liquids and other bits and pieces down the drain in your wetroom or flushing them down may seem like the most convenient way to get rid of all the used or leftover personal hygiene products that you have in your home. In fact, a majority of Brits are disposing 1.8 million tonnes of waste down the drain every year. While it may do no harm to have liquid soaps and shampoo go down the drain, it’s important to note that some things should never, ever go through sewer lines as these can cause clogging, and some may even harm the environment.
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Damp walls are cold walls - water and moisture that is allowed to pass through a wall onto it's inner surface will inherently maintain that area at a cooler temperature than its surroundings. When this allowed to happen it can cause condensation build up and black mould growth. Also, it is important that you have a good seal around the shower area at your home in order to prevent water escaping down the side and causing water damage on your ceiling or floor below. To prevent this from happening, here are some helpful information to make your shower totally waterproof.
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