Bathroom. Thursday , July 26th , 2018 - 06:05:18 AM
erhaps one of the most common types of home improvement projects is the bathroom. In fact, it is a nearly a tie between the bathroom or the kitchen as the most common updated rooms of a home! And like any other home improvement project, a bathroom remodel - especially one that is located off the master bedroom - means there are a variety of choices to be made from the types of flooring and fixtures to features such as the bathroom vanity and lights.
When purchasing bathroom fixtures and fittings, don't forget to check if they meet the Australian Standards. Nowadays, many products and materials are imported from abroad especially from abroad. They may be cheaper, but don't have the quality you need. Quality products will save you money as you don't have to replace them earlier. These products offer over 5 year's warranty, unlike cheaper products offering just 1-year warranty. Another issue that may arise with imported products is the difficulty finding spare parts or having installation problems.
In terms of the different types or styles, of bathroom sinks that you can purchase, there are a wide variety of sinks. These include pedestal, countertop, wall mounted, corner, inset, semi-recessed, space saving / en-suite or undercounter basins. Always remember that your choice is a personal decision, based on your tastes and the space in which you have to work with.
One of the most important factors to consider is space - what are your special restrictions when buying and fitting a new sink. There is no point choosing your dream bathroom sink, only to find that it does not fit in, or alternatively that it looks too small within your bathroom. Think about the design of the room - will the bathroom sink go in the corner of the room, or do you want it to be the centrepiece of the room.
Your bathroom has to be waterproofed correctly and it's something that has to be done by someone with a license. Waterproofing failure is considered as one of the top three building irregularities.
A development application (DA) will be required if you want to add or relocate something bigger, including removing a wall or adding a window. Sometimes, you may not need any permission, but it's a good idea to check. The DA is a must-have if you are significantly changing utilities. This request has to be submitted by a registered architect or a building designer.
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