With all the pretty bathroom inspiration you can see online, especially on social media, it can be a challenge to choose the bathroom unit that will suit you. This is because it can be easy to get swayed by the trendiest styles nowadays. But to make sure you’re choosing the right one for YOU, here are the things that you should consider when looking for bathroom units along with sanitary wares and fittings.
Identify Your Requirements
Before anything else, you need to determine how much space you have to work on, how much storage space you need, or if you need to have both bath and shower or you’re okay with just either of them. These kind of things needs to be set first and foremost to get the most suitable goods and layout for your bathroom.
Visit A Showroom
Once you’ve settled with the tip above, visit a showroom armed with a plan of your bathroom. It is important to have the sizes of your room, doors, windows and soil location. This way you’ll have a clearer idea on what you want for your bathroom.
Our Heorte Studio is our showroom that specially showcases sanitary products suitable for the elderly, disabled and even patients in hospitals. Through our years of providing sanitary products to various hospital projects, we have come to realize that information about sanitary care products for the elderly, disabled and patients are very limited, not only in Singapore but even in the region. So if you live with loved ones that require special care, you’ll find our showroom helpful.
Avoid Scheduling An Installation Date With Your Installer Before You Receive Your Goods
Make sure you have all the goods on hand before you schedule for installation. Otherwise you’ll be dealing with delays, stress and waste of time if the fitter is already on site but with nothing to work on.
Try To Check Upon Collections And Deliveries
To be 100% sure that the sanitary wares and fittings that you get are actually the ones you ordered and are in good condition. This should minimize the chances of conflict if any future damage or mishap was identified.
Be Aware Of Size Variations
Be aware that in the bathroom industry, baths, units, shower doors and trays can have quite a lot of size variants. For example, a 900mm shower door could have an adjustment from 865mm-885mm, this is to compensate for the use of using boarding, tiling or untrue walls. A 1700mm bath may could also be 1695mm or even 1705mm so if a product size is critical, communicate it right away.
Keep All Boxes Safe Until Installation Is Complete
This is for possible returns that you may have to do if you weren’t satisfied with the goods you received. Items usually needs to be returned in a re-sellable condition so keeping the boxes safe until everything is done is good practice.