- What bath tap is right for my bath?
The first thing to consider when choosing your bath tap is how many tap holes are you working with. If you have one tap hole, your bath is designed for a monobloc or single lever tap, wherein the flow of water is controlled by one or two taps, then produced out from one sprout.
If you have two tap holes, you have the choice between filler and mixer taps. Filler taps allow you to control the pressure and water temperature using two taps, with the flow of water then being produced from the one sprout. Mixer taps are controlled separately but mixed together as the water flows into your bath through the one sprout. If you are unsure if a tap will fit your bath, reach out to a member of staff and they will be happy to assist you.
- Is my bath compatible with wall mounted taps?
Wall mounted taps create a highly sought after clean, contemporary look and are a great option if there’s not enough room on your bath’s rim, or if you have a freestanding bath. Your bath will need to come without pre-drilled holes so that a wall mounted tap can be fit above the bath. Although they require a bit more planning, they provide a level of modern sleekness that would make it worth it!
- Should I choose a freestanding tap?
The stand-alone presence of a freestanding tap will elevate your bathroom with a touch of drama and a lot of luxury. Stand-alone taps are ideal to use with freestanding baths to complete the elegance of the whole look. There is also the advantage of being able to place the freestanding tap anywhere around your bath –at either end, the centre, or anywhere in between, wherever works for you (plumbing possibilities permitted).
- What tap should I choose if I want an extra bit of luxury?
If you’re after an extra bit of spa-like luxury, why not add a tap with a waterfall feature. The clever design of these free fall taps creates a subtle yet stunning waterfall effect that will cascade into your bath –and for an affordable price too!
- How can I coordinate my bath tap with the rest of my bathroom?
Although small in size, baths taps hold a large impact in their ability to elevate your entire space. In order to achieve an elevated look, it is important to coordinate your tap with the rest of your bathroom. For example, if your bathroom features touches of black, create an overall sleek look with a black bath tap. Or if your bathroom features the vintage-flair of a traditional style, go for bath taps that are also period inspired with features like ceramic or crosshead handles. Choosing the right bath taps is vital for creating a stylish cohesiveness in your space, and with our extensive range of bath taps, you’re sure to find something that will work to elevate your bathroom.