Caroma Bathrooms Contemporary Bathroom, Melbourne
Photo of a contemporary master bathroom in Melbourne with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, a freestanding tub, a curbless shower, marble floors and an undermount sink. — Houzz
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12. Finish with the floorAdd a cup of two of vinegar to a bucket of hot water, along with a few drops of eucalyptus oil, to mop the floor. Be sure any windows are open and turn on the exhaust fan for an hour or more to completely dry out the space. Replace clean and dry towels, bath mat and hand towels and walk away with the satisfaction of a job well done.
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4. Invest in a bath or shower that suits the spaceWhen deciding whether you need a bath, shower or both, consider the needs of the space and the person who will be using it. For example, do you need that double-head shower or huge spa bath if you’re renovating a one-bedroom apartment? Probably not.
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Types of hot water systemsIf you find yourself in the situation of having no hot water, it’s important to find out what kind of system you have installed at your property before you call your plumber. The most common hot water units installed in Australia are an electric hot water storage tank, instantaneous gas hot water unit, and solar hot water systems. You can also get gas storage hot water units and heat pumps, but this story will focus on the three main hot water units most commonly installed. In some cases, the checks on an electric hot water unit can be done on a heat pump and the checks on an instantaneous hot water unit can be done on a gas storage hot water unit. Once you’ve ascertained the type of hot water unit you have, here are some things to check.A Plumber Reveals How to Buy the Right Bathroom Fixtures