Buying a new bathroom suite for just a couple of hundred pounds may be ideal if you are on a limited budget but will you really be getting good value for your money? In this blog we share our tips and advice on where to save and spend on a new bathroom.
The cost of a new bathroom
In part one of how to choose the right shower we looked at the various types of domestic water systems. Here in part two you’ll find out about shower heads, shower enclosures, electric showers and how to ensure a safer showering experience.
With so many showers available than ever before it can be tricky choosing the right one to suit both your requirements and your home’s water system.
When it comes to buying a new property the bathroom is now a deciding major factor, and many home buyers rate it as only second to the kitchen.
Keeping your shower enclosure looking sparkling can be challenging as shampoo and shower gel can leave deposits on the glass doors, which means you enclosure will look dull and unclean. Limescale deposits can also build up and leave unsightly marks, especially if you live in a hard-water area. Check out these top tips for cleaning your shower.
With the average person taking approximately 28,000 showers in a lifetime it’s important to choose the right shower to suit your requirements. Opting for a handheld shower head ensures that you get the most from your showering experience as they can easily be removed to allow you to direct the spray of water just where you need to.
If you’re looking to update the look of you bathroom, why not include a stylish walk in shower enclosure in your new bathroom design? Walk in shower enclosures are the ideal bath replacement solution, which is great if you have a bath that hardly ever gets used.
CheapSuites.co.uk offer a fantastic range of affordable bathroom products, and updating the look of your bathroom doesn’t have to cost a fortune. With some careful thought and attention to detail there are plenty of ways to update your bathroom for less.