Bathroom. Thursday , July 26th , 2018 - 04:59:00 AM
Many of us have been in that situation when you are moving into a new home, or perhaps renovating an existing home, and you need to buy a new bathroom sink. You might not be sure about the types of bathroom sinks available, or what is important to consider when buying bathroom sinks. In this article, we will consider some of the factors you should take into consideration, as well as briefly discussing some of the other factors you should think about before buying a sink.
Do you have a home built before 1980? You should be prepared for the presence of asbestos, which can be found in your walls, floors or ceilings. Many Australians don't even know they are having asbestos in their homes. Ensure your loved ones are not exposed to these harmful fibres and hire a licensed asbestos handler who will remove the asbestos from your home. Don't forget this will extend the renovation process. And don't think to remove it by yourself.
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.
Before you make the decision which sink to buy, you should also consider other factors such as installation. Whether you will be able to install your own sink will depend on your own DIY skills. Some bathroom sink companies will include installation in their prices, whereas others will not. In this case, if you are not experienced at DIY, you may be best advised to hire a plumber to come and fit the sink for you. This should not be an overly expensive investment, however, it is obviously important that your sink and water pressure is properly fixed.
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.
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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