Drains are essential parts of both your kitchen and bathroom. Remodeling either of these important rooms means you can improve the fixtures within them. Whether you want to add decorative drains to your bathroom, or you want something that looks new and eye-catching, here are some different drains you can use in your remodeled bathroom.
Is something wrong with your shower drain? It could simply be clogged. If removing the clog doesn’t get rid of the problem, then something else is the culprit. Changing out the shower drain is an easy fix, especially if you’d rather have a decorative drain than a plain one. Putting in a new shower drain creates a seal that won’t break apart too easily. Plus, you can add decorative covers after the new drain is installed. These covers won’t block the water from draining out of the shower but will blend into the bathroom, no matter what aesthetic you are trying to achieve.
It’s a common design choice to have bathtubs and showerheads paired together. However, shower stalls are sometimes more comfortable, especially in a home built for aging parents to live in; if you are remodeling your bathroom so that your parents or in-laws can shower or bathe more easily, you need to think about the shower and tub situation. After all, tubs can be freestanding. Tub drains can come in several different styles, such as the standard drain, a push-and-pull design, or a stop-drain that uses a cable. There are also different finishes, which you can use to match the look of the tub to the rest of the bathroom.
An overflowing sink can be a huge headache, no matter if it’s in the kitchen or the bathroom. When your sink is always giving you trouble, it’s time to install a new drain. Think about if you want an overflow or no-overflow drain. If you are changing the drains in the other fixtures of your bathroom, then you shouldn’t hesitate to update your sinks, as well. Ultimately, the choice is yours. Take the type of sink you have into account, and whether you want multiple faucets.
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