Choosing the right kind of plumbing fixtures may not seem important in the big picture of building a home, but in reality, it is extremely important. When you choose bathroom fixtures, one of the most important aspects to consider is the quality construction and finish on the product you select. The products and fixtures you choose for your bathroom will ultimately determine how the room will function, and how much comfort you will gain out of it.

1. Make a List:

The first step to any important decision is to make a list, because it helps clear the distinction between what you want and what you don’t in your mind. So, if you want a separate shower and tub, put it on the list. If you want a combination tub and shower experience, put it on the list. If you want a jet spray and an electric toilet seat, just write it down.

2. Type of Fixtures:

 

Vanity Sinks: These sinks look neat and are easy to clean. Also, they will never go out of style, especially if you have a laminate countertop.

Pedestal Sinks: Pedestal sinks are extremely attractive, and work best if you have a spacious bathroom. Installing a pedestal sink in a bathroom with less storage space only ruins the overall effect.

Toilets: The main thing you need to consider when scouting for a toilet is comfort, flushing technology, height, and the environment. Getting a comfortable height based on who is going to use the toilet is highly recommended, and so is an elongated bowl. The comfort height for different people is different, so select the one that is right for you.

Tubs: Again, the choice depends on who is going to use the tub. Your decision will vary as per the requirements. For example, the requirements for children are different from that of disabled persons. After you have narrowed down on the space and size requirements, the shape is the next important thing to consider. If you want a modern-looking tub, go for a curved one, since our bodies are pretty organic in shape.

3. Finishing:

Choosing the right finish for your textures depends on the style of the bathroom. For example, polished nickel is used in both traditional and contemporary spaces. You also need to figure out which ones fit into your budget. Chrome is supposed to be the least expensive, and satin nickel expensive.

Once you have made a decision, then just call Pro Plumbing to install the fixtures and set your plumbing boat afloat.


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  • Gary Puntman

    June 20, 2018 | Reply

    I like the idea of making a list of what you need. You should put down everything and then decide what specific products to get, like you said. I'm sure a professional could help you choose the right types of fixtures as well.

  • Gary Puntman

    June 20, 2018 | Reply

    I like the idea of making a list of what you need. You should put down everything and then decide what specific products to get, like you said. I'm sure a professional could help you choose the right types of fixtures as well.

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