Whether it is to enjoy a refreshing shower in the morning to feel awake and revitalised, or relax in a soothing bath after a long, arduous day at the workplace or following rigorous exercise, the bathroom plays an integral role within any daily schedules. Rooms that are designated for bathroom facilities to be installed provide the environment for property owners and residents to retain personal hygiene and overall cleanliness within body and oral health. Although sinks allow people to brush their teeth and wash their hands and face when required, baths and showers are designed to ensure each part of the body can be washed and kept clean.
Any bathroom facility should be chosen on its practicality elements and the level of aesthetical quality it can add to the selected interior design that matches a homeowner’s personal taste. Due to the relative size of most modern day bathrooms, bath showers are the preferred choice as a two-in-one facility that provides property owners with the best of both worlds.
Irrespective of the choice, all bathroom facilities should be incorporated as part of an efficient water drainage system that allows used water to be effectively transferred to underground drains. Facilities that are fitted with industry standard drain bodies from first build, or installed as part of repair work carried out by a professional plumber, provide numerous benefits.
For bathroom facility users, the quality of drainage systems can ultimately determine the efficiency of used water being transferred down to a drain. Modern day bodies are fitted with grates and caps which not only effectively filter water, but also offer a visual enhancement to a drain system that would not normally be considered for its aesthetical appearance. Caps and grates are manufactured to ensure blockages caused by hair and dirt within the pipework is significantly minimalized, thus ensuring the drain system remains effective.
Professional tradesmen can fit compact drain bodies into any type of flood construction, whether it is suspended or solid, which promotes its suitability within any household. Each drain has the capacity to provide flow rates of up to 1.3 litres per second to effectively filter and transport water safely and effectively to a drain system.