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Strip Drains Sydney Linear Drain Blog

Strip Drains Sydney Linear Drain Blog

  1. Floor and Shower Waste FAQs

    Floor and Shower Waste FAQs
    What is a Shower Waste? A shower (or bathroom floor waste) is another name for the drain that removes water from the shower or bathroom floor area. The name reflects its purpose, of removing waste water. They come in many varieties including the classic round point drain, to the more modern tile insert square drain. How does it Work? Shower...
  2. 10 Tips for Choosing Bathroom Tiles

    10 Tips for Choosing Bathroom Tiles
    With an array of colours, shapes, sizes, patterns and textures to choose from, selecting the right tile for your bathroom can seem overwhelming at first. Read on for our tips and guide to making the right selection for your bathroom, and be satisfied with your choice for years to come. 1. Drain type When choosing a drain, a traditional round...
  3. How much does it cost to renovate a bathroom?

    How much does it cost to renovate a bathroom?
    If you’re just beginning to plan your bathroom renovation, you’re ready to consider your budget and learn how much a bathroom reno actually costs. Bathroom renovations, for the novice, can be an overwhelming task, with regulations, plumbing, electrical and tiling to be considered. We recommend consulting a professional for your bathroom renovation. Depending on the type of renovation, the average...
  4. How to Clear your Linear Drain (Strip Drain)

    How to Clear your Linear Drain (Strip Drain)
    By way of design, strip drains drains get dirty. As your bathroom, balcony or pool waste water removal point, naturally over time, linear drains need to be cleaned as they collect hair, dirt and soap residue. Using items found around the home, you can easily and conveniently clean your drain and have it functioning just like new in no time...
  5. Bathroom Floor Waste Regulations NSW

    Bathroom Floor Waste Regulations NSW
    Did you know there are bathroom regulations that apply to the renovation and construction of bathrooms in NSW, Australia? If you’re renovating your bathroom or building a new home, you’ll need to be across the NSW regulations to assist you in choosing the right trades services, ot completing the work yourself. In this article, we’re covering regulations such as: Floor...
  6. Bathroom Drain Smells? Learn How To Fix It

    Bathroom Drain Smells? Learn How To Fix It
    Have you caught a whiff of something not right coming from your bathroom drain or floor waste? Before contacting a plumber, follow these simple steps to try fix the problem yourself first by cleaning your drain¹. What causes a bathroom drain to smell? There are several reasons your bathroom drain might start to smell. Mould growth on the inside of...
  7. Where should a linear shower grate be placed?

    Where should a linear shower grate be placed?
    Installing a linear drain can be much simpler and faster than installing a point drain. Point Drains Traditional round central drains for showers, also known as point drains, are usually installed in the centre of the shower with floors sloping from all four sides into the middle, creating more work as more tiles are needing to be cut to angles...
  8. Driveway Drain Grate Types

    Driveway Drain Grate Types
    Effective and efficient driveway drainage can be achieved with a classic stainless steel wedge wire grate drainage system (linear drain). Our wedge wire grate drain can be custom made to order to suit residential driveway use and commercial driveway use. All our products are manufactured from marine grade 316L stainless steel and meet Australian standards. Our high-quality design and fabrication...
  9. Different Types of Shower Drains

    Different Types of Shower Drains
    What Are The Different Types of Shower Drains? There are myriad different kinds of drains¹ to choose from when looking for a product to drain your bathroom or wet area. Choosing the right type of drain, location, and method of installation can all impact on the effectiveness of your drainage system. Any water left lying around creates an immediate safety...
  10. What is 316L Grade Stainless Steel?

    What is 316L Grade Stainless Steel?
    316L grade stainless steel, also known as marine grade stainless steel, is a premium metal alloy consisting of primarily Iron, Chromium, Nickel and Molybdenum. 316L stainless steel is the superior choice for use in wet or corrosive environments as a result of its resistance to corrosion. Are 316 and 316L grade stainless steel the same? No. There are also small...

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