6 Ways To Spot A Dodgy Bathroom Renovator

I have heard more horror stories about cowboy bathroom renovators then you could image. From lighting rooms on fire on the first day to tiles falling off the ceiling (yes the actual ceiling), it can be just plain scary but we are here to help you spot the dodgy renovator. There are some tell-tale signs…

How To Pick The Right Basin For You

Choosing the right basin can be an overwhelming experience. But it doesn’t have to be, once you learn about each basin type, you have an understanding of what will be most suitable for you and your family. ABOVE COUNTER BASIN:  Also known as a vessel basins, sit entirely above the bench top. These are most…

Mistakes To Avoid When Renovating

First things first I would like to say renovating your bathroom or bathrooms is a big investment in your property. The word that is key to that is “investment”. So its important to treat this like any other investment, making sure you make informed and responsible decisions, to ensure you don’t end up throwing money away on…

Bathroom Tiles But Which One?

These days the sheer number of available bathroom tiles in Perth can make choosing one a very daunting task. So we have created a quick guide on the differences in tiles. The most common types of tiles are comprised of stone, ceramic, or porcelain. Each option has its own benefits and drawbacks that can help you…

Is My Bathroom Too Modern?

This article is just a quick recap of the our bathroom at Hayward Road, Martin. Using ultra modern fitting and fixtures with a combination of metallic wall tiles and floor. The bathroom renovation took place in 2012 and looks the same today as it was the day we completed it. Taking 3 weeks it required…

Stop Peeping Toms With The Humble Window

Bathroom windows are big features as they usually take up a big space of the bathroom and most of the time will be in your direct eye-line when you first look into the bathroom. It’s important to pick the right window. In this feature we will quickly focus on glass block windows in dot points…

Costing The Leg and The Arm (Bathroom Renovation Costing) Part 2

Mid- to Upper-Range Bathroom Renovation $10,000 to $20,000 What you might get: Better fixtures, like a toilet with better flushing capabilities or facets with better flow. Choice of laminate, higher quality in stone top such as ceasarstone, Mirror Cabinets, Down lights and even a free-standing bath. Plus, you can make a few more adjustments to the…