Holly English December 19th, 2017
Bath. Remove any toys or bottled bathroom products from the bath side and again start at the top and work down. Using hot water and a simple sponge clean ledges and anywhere where grime can accumulate. If you have tiles above your bath use an old tooth brushes to clean the grouting. If your grout is old and stained then use bleach with care to bring these back to life. Once the bath is clean pay attention to the taps and shower head. Again you are looking for traces of deposits that perhaps have built up over time. Use your old tooth brush to clean the join between the taps and the bath and then rinse everything down. Turn your attention to the bath toys and products that you took off the side of the bath earlier.
Grace Cantrell December 20th, 2017
Custom style of cabinet. The bathroom cabinet style that you choose should match your bathroom design as well as your family. Ornate cabinets look fantastic, but they may not be the best choice for families with young children who often leave stains toothpaste and water in small folds in the sink. Instead, choose a simple door with clean lines. Finishing the cabinet should be considered as well. Laminate, stainless steel, or a sheet of wood with decorative inlay also looks great although still easy to clean. If you choose a cabinet that is more decorative, consider using varnish, which can be removed easily. You can even cut it with three layers of lacquer to increase their durability.
Charlotte Garrett December 21st, 2017
In 2010, in recognition of his leadership and drive to succeed, Mike Sr. stepped aside and passed control of the company over to his son. The end of winter approaches and the green shoots of spring are on the horizon. Your bathroom has worked overtime. Making sure the children are clean, soaking your muscles after a workout down the gym or following a football match. The day to day routine in your house means that your bathroom gets a simple clean every week. But when the spring comes it may be time for a deep clean. You could choose to redecorate or change a mirror or bathroom cabinet but the easiest way to add more love to your bathroom is to give it an old fashioned deep clean. Here is a simple guide to spring cleaning your bathroom.
Carla Jenkins December 20th, 2017
Step five: Tile floor and walls. Lay your tiles on the floor first and then grout. Then lay your wall tiles making sure that they are level as you lay. Once the bathroom tiles have been cut and laid, grout all your tiles and then buff the tiles clean. Step six: Install plumbing fitting and fixtures. Install all your plumbing fittings and taps. Also fit all your towel rails and soap holders. Fit your new bathroom vanity making sure it is level and sealed around the top with silicone and also seal around the bath. Tip: make sure they are in the right place before you drill into your tiles. Step seven: painting, and cleaning - enjoy. Paint your ceiling and do a final clean making sure everything is fitted correctly and that there are no leaks in your plumbing. - Enjoy your new bathroom.
Carla Jenkins December 22nd, 2017
There are plenty of choices of bathroom vanities like the Antique Bathroom Vanity in Antique Cherry which would make a splendid center piece and you can also buy matching accessories like the Antique Bathroom Wall Cabinet. With these decisions made you can start to expand your bathroom remodeling ideas and begin to look for old-style bathroom light fixtures like the Victorian Collection with a bronzed finish to complement your choice. When you buy a bathroom vanity unit you don't get the taps with it, but you can buy lovely bathroom basin taps which will enhance your new furniture tremendously. Lots of sites on the web stock high-quality discount bathroom faucets, which are exactly the same models you would buy locally and you really can save a fortune on all your bathroom accessories if you buy online. Window shopping on the internet is definitely the quickest hassle-free method to look for bathroom remodeling ideas.
Marcia Sampson December 20th, 2017
Designing to YOUR dream bathroom This has more to do with design than anything else, but it is the foundation on which the rest of your decisions will depend. To help yourself through this process, go through the following mental exercise. Close your eyes. Picture your dream house: the lawn, the fence, the windows, the door. In your mind's eye, walk through the door, up the stairs, through the master bedroom and into your perfect bathroom. Now this is your dream house. Your idea of a perfect bathroom is completely up to you. For you, a great bathroom may be simple; a bathroom with gleaming, all-white surfaces and brass for all the fixtures. On the other hand, it could be something more chic, like your own personal spa. The point is, the idea for this perfect bathroom is yours, and yours alone. Everyone else involved in the project from this point forward should be focused on giving you your vision, not theirs. Whatever scope of project you've chosen to undertake, the end should be as close to your dream as it can be.
Rene Reese December 20th, 2017
Modern. Modern bathrooms are all about what you do with the space you have. Within many bathrooms there is little room to work with, so making the most of the space is essential. This is why fitted bathroom suites are now so popular. Having bathroom furniture made to measure is one of the most practical design solutions when remodeling the bathroom. How many of us have had a bathroom with a cluttered airing cupboard? With the modern bathroom there's no need to cram your toiletries, towels and cleaning fluids around the boiler. With fitted vanity units, storage units and cabinets you'll have all the space you need. When examining modern bathroom design, wall-hung furniture has to get a mention. White gloss will never go out of fashion, but more recently furniture finishes such as wenge, beech and maple have made a real emergence in popularity.
Lilian Alston December 20th, 2017
Remove everything except the plumbing. If you keep the bathroom plumbing in place you will not have to turn the water off for the whole house. Also you will need to jack hammer the floor tiles up and the sand and cement bed that they are laid on. Bathroom Renovation and construction. Bathrooms must be construction properly from the ground up to ensure that the finished job is correct and true. This also ensures the design and look of the bathroom will have a great finish. The Bathroom Renovation Process. Install water and drainage pipe and electrical wires. Install wall lining and ceiling and then install the bath hob and bath. Waterproof the floor and shower and bath recess. Correct the fall of the floor with sand and cement ready for tiling. Lay floor and wall tiles and then grout. Install new bathroom vanity, fittings, and taps - install new electrical. Paint ceiling and final clean. Step one - Plumbing and electrical.
Carla Jenkins December 19th, 2017
1. Wiring regulations. Since electric and water can make for a fatal combination, strict regulations were introduced dividing the bathroom into 4 zones: 0, 1, 2, 3. Zone 0 is in the bath. Zone 1 extends vertically 2.25m above the bath. Zone 2 extends in all directions for 0.6m from zone1 and zone 3 extends laterally for 2.4m from zone 2. It is essential that you install the correct fan in the correct zone. Bathroom fans come in two voltages; Mains voltage (240v) and SELV or Safety Extra Low Voltage (12v). Mains voltage bathroom extractor fans may only be used in Zone 3 of the bathroom. In Zones 1 and 2 SELV bathroom fans (12 volt) ONLY must be used, with the transformer being housed in Zone 3. The only exception to this rule is the Airflow QuietAir: A mains voltage bathroom extractor fan that has been specifically designed with an IP45 rating to be used in all 3 zones. Inline fans are another special type of 240v bathroom extractor fan which are housed in the loft space above the bathroom in the middle of two lengths of ducting. Since the motor, impellars and all electrical parts are out of the zonal area, with only the duct and grille in the bathroom ceiling, they too are suitable for use in zone 1 or 2 above the bath or shower.
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