Doing a bathroom renovation is such an exciting time, you measure your bathroom, draw up a plan and start choosing your bathroom products. Very often the budget gets used on the larger items, the bath, shower and vanity and little is left for the essential items, such as your easy plumb and fast flow waste (wastes for shower trays, baths and basins).
It’s so easy for your budget to get blown on the larger items, yet forgetting or not having enough money left over for the essential waste can be disastrous for any bathroom project. It’s obvious you need easy plumb and fast flow waste for your bathroom design, where would the water go if you didn’t plan this into your budget?
Ensuring You Stay on Track
The easiest way to ensure that you don’t forget the essential things you need for your bathroom renovation is to set an overall budget and then break it down. Set a budget aside for the shower and its waste, the bath and its waste and the basin and its waste. This way you can rest assured you will have everything in place when the contractors come in to start work.
There is nothing worse than building work being put on hold because you don’t have everything ready when the contractors arrive. They can gut your current bathroom, but once it comes to installation they will not be able to proceed without the right easy plumb and fast flow waste available.
Choosing your Plumbing and Waste
There are a number of choices when it comes to your easy plumb and fast flow waste (wastes for shower trays, baths and basins). If you imagine a bath you know there is an overflow area and a plug hole, both of these need to have access to the drain allowing water to drain out of the bath without flooding the bathroom. The wastes for these incorporate the two with the option of the traditional plug and chain design or the easy Klik-Klak push design. Choose the design that best suits your bathroom décor and style.
The same applies to your basin, are you going to choose the traditional plug and chain or the easy to use push button easy plumb and fast flow waste? Which one suits your bathroom style and is easier for the family to use?
Take careful consideration when choosing your waste, always see what is available before making any decisions and most of all, remember to add your easy plumb and fast flow waste into your bathroom budget so you have everything ready when your contractors arrive.