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    Jimmy-TJimmy-T
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    I have to confess, I’ve never previously paid much attention to the shape of taps.  But as D for Demolition Day approaches in our planned bathroom renovation, the style, function and colour of mixers, diverters, spouts and sprays take on a significance far beyond their basic function – the delivery of water to a sink, shower …
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    Jimmy-TJimmy-T
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    I also had the basin put up to my height. Whilst not excessively tall (186cm) the additional height makes it so much more comfortable to use.

    At 165 cm, my basin will be heading in the opposite direction, for the same reason.

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    AvatarDavid Ng
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    Buy the best you can afford, and get a fitted ‘waste’. I did my bathroom recently and hope never to have to turn a tap again, just move the lever.

    I also had the basin put up to my height. Whilst not excessively tall (186cm) the additional height makes it so much more comfortable to use.

    Oh, and get the plumber to put in ‘noggins’ for handrails behind the tiles. It should be at no additional cost. If you ever need them then it is simpler just to bolt them on than strengthening the wall later.

    Just keep the precise measurements on file.

    Good luck, and remember your sense of humour will keep you sane.

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    AvatarRosebank91220
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    Ever hear of a little British company called “Thomas Crapper”!

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