REMEMBER a tap is not just a functional device for mixing and controlling the water flow. In fact, the impact that a well-chosen tap can have on your bathroom is unfathomable. A cleverly-crafted tap will leave a lasting impression on all your visitors and guests. We are extremely happy to help you choose the right Taps for your bathroom and basin. To get the feel, just go through this list compiled by us.
Keeping tabs on your bathroom/kitchen space
To begin with, be clear about blueprint of the actual space available in your bathroom and kitchen. There are Bathroom/Kitchen Taps that that can blend easily with other bathroom decor. However, take the maximum care in measuring and adjusting the space accordingly.
Remember, the more space you have in your home zone, the more positive results and benefits you will get in return. Also, don’t hesitate to extend the present space in all possible manners. Importantly, get some tips and good words from a professional plumber before acting on your plans.
What types of Taps do you need in your bathroom?
Think about a Mixer Tap. It will perfectly mix the hot and cold water. Mixer Taps will leave more space in your basin and add a contemporary look to the zone. Remember that Mixer Taps can be safer when fitted with a Thermostatic Valve.
Also, keep Shower Mixer Taps in mind. Please note that Shower Mixer Taps often require a minimum supply pressure. Hence, to get the maximum result from the Shower Mixer Tap, make sure that the supply pressure in your bathroom is adequate, Consider the Mono Basin Mixers too. The next revolution in the Mixer Tap is to combine the hot and cold water controls into a single tap. This is what we call a Mono Basin Mixer. Water temperature and pressure are superbly controlled by the top dial.
Water Saving Idea:
Keep the environment in mind while using the precious water. There are special switches to keep your taps more water-efficient. Such switches can reduce the water usage drastically. Also, ensure that Taps you are purchasing are WRAS-approved.
Safety comes first
Before doing any electrical, maintenance or plumbing work, check with the local authorities/professionals with respect to the rules and regulations, all in your best interests.