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I don’t know if it’s because it’s the new year or if it’s just looking tired but my bathroom has been showing signs of tiredness with the sealer peeling and the grout wanting replacing. I am feeling the urge to titivate now that we have finally moved Jacob into the old office to give him more space and everything looks sparkling and new and so the bathroom is beginning to annoy me.
There is also the fact that our current bathroom floor is failing and some serious tripping issues not to mention the lacking storage for the kids and their toys and the household toiletries.
So, I am tentively starting to look at how I can make the bathroom safer for the kids and give it the much-needed titivation.
For me it was a no brainer what needed to be changed first to make the bathroom safer for the children, the shower.
Currently our shower does the typical thing where the temperature does not change no matter how much you turn the lever, then it changes from freezing to boiling after moving the shower lever what feels like 0.1mm. Although I knew that this was partly because of the plumbing and my impatience I was still keen to have a shower that had temperature block so it never got too hot for the kids.
Naturally I did not want to spend an absolute fortune on doing this but also didn’t want to buy rubbish quality products like the first handyman used that have needed replacing sooner than we hoped. This is why I am looking at things online from quality retailers like Superbath their website offer some great prices for high quality bathroom brands.
Browsing online works better for me as it means I don’t have to take the kids for several horrific shopping trips meaning far less tears all round and with the website being easy to use, online is the way forward for me.
The two brands I was most interested in on their website were Hansgrohe and Grohe. This is because they both offer thermostatic valves for the showers that lock at a set temperature and I love how easy these will make shower time if it means I don’t have to sneak in and out and only look at the floor to protect my little boys growing modesty.
If your bathroom needs adjusting for the younger ones, or simply just an update then visit www.Superbath.co.uk.