There are several different considerations to take into account when planning or installing a new bathroom suite. These considerations include the layout and style of the bathroom, as well as the different types of bathroom fixtures, and so you will need to make a range of decisions. One of the important but often overlooked decisions are the finishings, including the bathroom taps. So what are the different types of tap for the bathroom? And which options would best suit your bathroom? Well, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas, we are leading bathroom design experts. From accessible bathrooms to wet-rooms and luxury bathrooms, we are the team you can count on. As a result, we have produced this guide to the different tap options for your bathroom.
What are the different types of tap for the bathroom?
There are several different types of bathroom taps that can offer a range of specific benefits. These taps include:
- Mono bathroom mixer taps- this is just one mixer tap that can combine hot and cold water together into one stream of perfect temperature water. These save space on the sink, as there is jut one tap, and it also means that you can get the right temperature easily and quickly, without having to go between two different taps.
- Pillar tap pairs- these are a often thought of as a more traditional style of tap that are perfectly suited to more traditional bathrooms, but modern designs and materials can also be used for these taps too. With two pillar style taps, delivering separate hot and cold water, you will need two tap holes in the sink.
- 3 hole bath taps- with one spout in the centre to deliver the water, and two taps on either side, one for hot and one for cold, this style of tap can be a real statement piece. But for modern or traditional bathrooms, these can really stand out.
For more information or advice about your bathroom taps, get in touch with the experts today, here at RWM Plumbing and Gas.