When it comes to improving any aspect of your home, it pays to hire the services of an experienced company. If you do, you stand a far better chance of achieving the long-term satisfaction that your investment deserves. If it’s a new bathroom that you’re considering, our team at Leeva Plumbing & Heating are perfectly-placed to help.
Our bathroom fitters in Ripley, Belper and Alfreton continue to complete installations throughout the region; and are confident adapting their skill-set to meet the appropriate requirements of each new job we take on. This is important, as no home improvement project is ever the same. Luckily, we relish the challenge that each new client presents to us.
To help give you an idea of where to start, we’ve taken a closer look at some of the most important factors to weigh up with any new bathroom installation:
Clever Use of Space is Important
For many, property space is luxury. As a result of this, it’s important to make the best use of the room that you do have available. Prior to beginning work on any installation, we can help advise you on which would be the best way for you to proceed regarding use of space.
Considering the Lighting Aspect
How your bathroom should be lit is really dependant on how you see the final design taking shape. Placement of the room within your home will influence how much control you have over natural lighting; so you may want to consider moving the location of your bathroom within the property. Similarly, if you want your new bathroom to be lit entirely artificially, the same constraints may apply.
Form and Functionality
It’s important that you consider both the appearance and the functionality of any new bathroom design. As with any property improvement project, it’s likely you’ll be focussed on the aesthetical factor; but our bathroom fitters will also make sure that your bathroom’s new features work to optimum effect as well.
Don’t Try To Include Everything
A minimalist approach to your new bathroom installation can be beneficial in a number of ways. Not attempting too much can actually result in a cleaner final design; leaving your new room feeling less cluttered and more relaxing. Further to this, you can also keep the costs of a project down by not feeling like you need to purchase every feature you lay eyes on.
It’s Important to Remember the Small Details Too
When focusing on the overall appearance of your new bathroom, it can be easy to forget to take care of the smaller details. It’s essential not to skim over these, as when ignored they can affect the overall aesthetics of any completed new installation. Taps, decorative art and standalone storage units can all have an important influence so make sure you consider these things too.
Contact Our Bathroom Fitters Today
To find out more, please don’t hesitate to contact us today on (01773) 749 713. A bathroom fitter from our team will be able to answer any initial questions that you may have and work with you to find the best way to proceed.
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