Baths

Straight/Corner Baths

How they’re made

Both straight and corner baths are constructed of two layers, made from a 5mm acrylic sheet which is then moulded to the desired shape, using a vacuum form process. The acrylic requires strength which is supplied by applying GRP (Fibre Glass Re-Enforcement Process) evenly over the underside. Finally a base board is added for installing the leg support at point of installation.

How to look after them

Baths should always be cleaned immediately after use, preferably whilst the water is running out and the bath is still warm. The film of insoluble soap products and grime which will otherwise harden on the side of the bath is easily removed at this stage. In hard water districts insoluble lime salts are deposited below the waterline and under leaking taps. If this deposit is allowed to buildup, it becomes increasingly difficult to remove and looks unsightly. Prompt cleaning is again the answer. Hot soapy water with a cloth should be used and the bath wiped dry

Freestanding Baths

How they’re made

Freestanding baths are manufactured using a unique method of construction of acrylic re-enforced polyester bonded with a casting resin which results in the strength and durability of cast iron. A thermal vacuum between outer and inner skins improves heat retention.

How to look after them

Baths should always be cleaned immediately after use, preferably whilst the water is running out and the bath is still warm. The film of insoluble soap products and grime which will otherwise harden on the side of the bath is easily removed at this stage. In hard water districts insoluble lime salts are deposited below the waterline and under leaking taps. If this deposit is allowed to buildup, it becomes increasingly difficult to remove and looks unsightly. prompt cleaning is again the answer. Hot soapy water with a cloth should be used and the bath wiped dry

 

Straight Bath 2 Tap-holes

straight bath 2 tap holeThis bath is the most popular option and compliments most bathroom designs. It is available in a wide variety of styles is supplied with 2 tap-holes.

Recommended requirements: Straight bath 2 tap-hole, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, standard bath waste, side panel.

Why choose this bath: Compliments most bathrooms.

Handy hints: Widths of the bath may vary. Please take this into account when ordering the baths panels.

Optional extras: End panel, bath screen, 2 tap-hole bath filler, 2 tap-hole bath/shower mixer, bath pop-up waste.

 

Showerbath Left Hand or Right Hand

showerbath left hand right handThis is a very popular style of bath, as it offers an excellent showering option, especially if purchased with the shower bath pivot door. It allows you to combine showering and bathing and maximises the space available. It is available in left and right hand variations.

Recommended requirements: Shower bath left hand or right hand, front panel, showerbath 2 tap-hole bath filler, standard bath waste.

Why choose this bath: Creates a modern look. Combines a shower enclosure with a bath, which saves space on having both separately.

Handy hints: To hand this bath, stand facing the front of the bath and which ever side the curvature is on, is the hand of the bath.

Optional extras: Showerbath pivot door, end panel, bath pop-up waste, 2 tap-hole bath shower mixer.

 

Corner Bath Left Hand or Right Hand

corner bath left hand right handThis style of bath allows you to fit the bath into the corner of your bathroom, maximising the space available. This bath allows easier showering and there is more cubic metres for bathing than the traditional straight bath. It is available in either left or right handed and is available with 2 tap-holes only.

Recommended requirements: Corner bath left hand or right hand, standard bath waste, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, corner front panel.

Why choose this bath: Creates a modern look. Maximises the space available.

Handy hints: Ensure you order the correct handed bath.

Optional extras: Corner bath screen left hand or right hand, 2 tap-hole bath filler, 2 tap-hole bath shower mixer, waste.

 

Double Ended Bath 2 Tap-hole

double ended bath 2 tap holeThis style of bath allows you to lie/sit at either end as the taps are situated in the middle. Gives a modern luxurious look to your bathroom.

Recommended requirements: Double ended bath, standard bath waste, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, bath front panel.

Why choose this bath: Creates a modern look and allows the luxury or being able to lie at either end.

Handy hints: Please take into account that access to pipe work is essential.

Optional extras: End panel, standard bath screen, 2 tap-hole bath filler, 2 tap-hole bath shower mixer, bath pop-up waste.

 

Double Ended Bath 3 Tap-hole

double ended bath 3 tap holeThis style of bath allows you to lie at either end as the taps are situated in the middle. This gives a modern luxurious look to your bathroom.

Recommended requirements: Double ended bath, standard bath waste, 3 tap-hole bath filler, bath front panel.

Why choose this bath: Creates a modern look and allows the luxury or being able to lie at either end.

Handy hints: Please take into account that access to pipe work is essential.

Optional extras: End panel, standard bath screen, bath pop-up waste.

 

Double Ended Bath 4 Tap-hole

double ended bath 4 tap holeThis style of bath allows you to lie at either end as the taps are situated in the middle. This gives a modern luxurious look to your bathroom.

Recommended requirements: Double ended bath, standard bath waste, 4 tap-hole bath shower mixer, bath front panel.

Why choose this bath: Creates a modern look and allows the luxury or being able to lie at either end.

Handy hints: Please take into account that access to pipe work is essential.

Optional extras: End panel, standard bath screen, bath pop-up waste.

 

Slipper Bath

slipper bathThe slipper bath is a freestanding bath where all the components are exposed. The taps are located at the low end of the bath allowing the higher rim to be used as a support for the back when bathing.

Recommended requirements: Slipper bath, exposed trap & waste, stand pipes, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, bath feet.

Why choose this bath: This bath is suited to a more spacious bathroom and is complimented by a more traditional range of bathroom.

Handy hints: Please take into account the pipe work is exposed.

 

Double Ended Roll Top Bath

double end roll top bathThe double-ended roll top bath is a freestanding bath where all components are exposed. The taps are located in the centre of the bath and it is available with a range of traditional taps.

Recommended requirements: Double-ended roll top bath, exposed trap & waste, stand pipes, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, feet.

Why choose this bath: This bath is suited to a more spacious bathroom and is complimented by a more traditional range of bathroom.

Handy hints: Please take into account the pipe work is exposed.

 

Inset Bath

inset bathAn inset bath is a double-ended bath, which is fitted into furniture to create a modern contemporary look.

Recommended requirements: Bath box, 2 tap-hole bath pillar taps, standard bath waste.

Why choose this bath: This bath set up allows you to take bathroom furniture to another level.

Handy hints: It is important that excess moisture is removed from all the wooden furniture.

Optional extras: 2 tap-hole bath filler, bath pop-up waste.

 

Steel Bath

steel bathSteel baths are generally made from 2.2mm~3.5mm steel sheet which is covered with a hard-wearing gloss enamel surface. They are usually supplied with 2 tap-holes, and can be supplied with or without grips.

Recommended requirements: Front bath panel, bath taps, bath waste.

Why choose this bath: Steel baths are easy to clean, and will retain their gloss enamel finish for many years. Steel is a good conductor of heat and will take on the temperature to the bath water. The heat absorbed by the steel bath will conduct back to the bath water as it cools. The cooling properties of bath water is very similar for steel and acrylic baths as most of the cooling effect takes place from the water’s surface, not through the bath itself.

Handy hints: Widths of the bath may vary. Please take this into account when ordering your bath end panel.

Optional extras: Bath end panel, bath pop-up waste, bath filler or bath shower mixer.

 

Front Bath Panel

front bath panelThe front bath panel comes in many variations; some completely free of design, and some shaped. It is used to neatly enclose all the pipe work and waste under the bath.

Recommended requirements: Front bath panel, corresponding bath, corresponding bath taps, standard bath waste.

Why choose this panel: Gives a finished look to your bathroom.

Handy hints: Check that the bath panel you have ordered corresponds to the bath on order.

Optional extras: End bath panel, bath pop-up waste.

 

End Bath Panel

end bath panelThe end bath panel comes in many variations; some completely free of design, and some shaped. It is used to neatly enclose all he pipe work and waste under the bath.

Recommended requirements: End panel, corresponding bath, corresponding bath taps, standard bath waste.

Why choose this panel: Gives a finished look to your bathroom.

Handy hints: Check that the bath panel you have ordered corresponds to the bath on order.

Optional extras: Front panel, bath pop-up waste.