If we consider the average bathroom basin to be the "king" of the environment, basin taps can very well be viewed as the "crown”. In other words, these taps will tend to define the entire personality of the room. This is one of the main reasons why we offer these in more than 40 different styles. With such a massive selection, it can sometimes be difficult to understand the factors that need to be addressed when choosing the best makes and models. Let us address this question in a bit more detail.

Not only are the outward appearances of these taps quite varied, but their mechanisms are likewise unique. Unless you are an expert, it can be difficult to tell the differences between compression, ball, cartridge and disc mechanisms. Our Expert staff will be able to inform you of the discrete benefits and drawbacks of each of these designs. By appreciating your unique needs, we will likewise advise you on the best options to select for your dream bathroom. Choosing the correct tap does not necessarily have to be a complicated or lengthy process. Thanks to our years of experience in this ever-evolving field, you should expect nothing less but the most relevant advice for all of your needs. Whether you are thinking about renovating your bathroom, or you simply need a change, we are more than happy to help. For only the best and most reliable advice, please contact us at your earliest possible convenience.

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As should be expected, there are a number of unique taps to enjoy. One of the first considerations is the existing decor within the bathroom. As a rule, the finish of the basin faucet should match any other items such as shower heads, towel racks and interior doorknobs. This will add a sense of uniformity to your bathroom. Secondly (and a bit more challenging) is the style you will choose. More modern taps will exhibit a subdued appearance; placing more emphasis upon the basin. If you are trying to achieve a modern appeal, this could be the best option. Still, Victorian-style fixtures are becoming increasingly popular and will help to provide the area with a sense of warmth that may be difficult with more contemporary designs. Of course, Bathrooms 365 will guide you through the selection process.

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