When it comes to choosing the best bath filler, there are many factors that you must consider. Of course, if you already know what it is you think you require, then making your choice will certainly be made a lot easier. If you're not so sure then never fear, just follow these simple tips to help you select the right tap for you. Choosing your faucet is one of the real fun parts of designing your perfect bathroom, or even simply replacing the hardware to update an existing bathroom suite. At Bathrooms 365, we want to be part of the fun and are happy to help you in your decision-making process! There are several key facts about bath fillers to understand when making your selection. Below we have listed about what you need to know when choosing the right bath filler.

Having chosen your ideal style and vision, you may want a little advice about function as well as form. At Bathrooms 365 we are more than happy to talk you through your needs and help you identify which bath filler is right for you, whether you are simply replacing existing taps or redesigning an entire bathroom. We are happy to say we stock over 150 bath filler taps in a full range of both traditional and contemporary styles and are sure to be able to provide the perfect bath filler taps you are looking for.

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There are different types of bath fillers available in the market. They come in three basin fitting styles.

  • Deck mounted: inset in your bath surface.
  • Wall mounted: inset in the wall adjacent to your bath
  • Pillar: freestanding and inset in the bathroom floor.

Design - - are you a traditionalist or modernistic at heart? In all three fitting styles, you have a wide range of designs to suit your requirement, from traditional through to modern to downright eclectic! If you're a traditionalist at heart, you might consider a cross head or lever design bath filler, reminiscent of the elegance of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, perhaps with a telephone style shower handset.

Or your tastes may run to the sleek, contemporary feel; preferring slick tubular curves or the sharp square lines of a waterfall tap to provide a minimalistic edge - ideal for design purists looking for on-trend bathroom styling.

What Else Do I need to Know?

Other options to consider are the ways in which hot and cold water will be provided. Do you prefer separate pillar taps or a mixer? Standard or thermostatic mixer taps can be safer for families with young children or the elderly as the temperature can be set to a safe level when filling the bath. Will you need a shower handset to accompany the brassware? Consider too what kind of installation will be required, as this can be important, especially when looking at timescale and cost of installation work.