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November 21st, 2011 by steph

Cloakroom bathroom

An extra toilet room can be a great addition to any home; especially convenient for large family households or for those who like to entertain guests. The same rules apply here as with renovating any other room in the house and as always, preparation is a huge factor. Household cloakroom toilets are very useful; well positioned (as they are normally located on the ground floor of a house and usually used only for storage) and large enough to install at least a new toilet and washing basin. Taking advantage of these rooms and using them to their full potential can leave many homeowners quite pleased and content with their renovation results.

The key to creating cloakroom toilets is space management; planning far ahead and measuring the dimensions of the room can help massively later on when shopping for toilet and sink units. This can prevent mistakes and an overcrowding of fixtures when during installation. Be sure to take exact measurements of the room and keep these figures handy when shopping for and measuring toilets, washing basins (and even showers if you

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November 14th, 2011 by steph

Quadrant Shower Enclosure

As the New Year approaches many people look to start remodelling and refurbishing our homes; disposing of old living room suites, tearing up faded carpets and replacing old curtains are great ways of throwing out the old and bringing in the new. But some homeowners may be looking to add a little more