Bathroom Drain

  1. How to Find Quality & Reliable Tradespeople in Your Area

    How to Find Quality & Reliable Tradespeople in Your Area
    Renovating a bathroom is one of the larger investments you’ll make when updating your home. Many stages of the work is required to be completed by registered tradespeople to ensure the work complies with your local rules and regulations. While you can complete some of the labour yourself, such as choosing the tiles, drains and fittings, and demolition work, many...
  2. How to Choose Your Grate Drainage Products

    How to Choose Your Grate Drainage Products
    With myriad names and types, the modern grate drain, or strip drain, is now the #1 choice for bathrooms, balconies and swimming pools across Australia. With so many options to choose from, in today’s blog post, we’re going to cover the most popular types of grate drains. What’s a Grated Drain? Grated drains¹, also known as strip, channel or trench...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...

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