How Shold I Renovate my Bathroom?

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Commercial lavatories

When it comes to home renovation projects, any conversation should start and end with the bathroom. The bathroom is one of the most widely discussed rooms during the remodel process. It can be difference between your house staying on the market for months, or getting off so quickly will not have time to pack your things.

Across the world, there are 2.5 billion people without access to safe sanitation — including 1 billion people who still defecate in the open and more than 1 billion others who must use pit latrines. Fortunately in America, we have access to some of the most beautiful bathroom facilities in the world. With a couple of quick alterations your bathroom can look like it belongs in a magazine. A couple of quick alterations to bathroom vanities and sinks and your bath tubs can quickly increas

Which Fixtures Are Right for Your Bathroom?

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Corner bathroom sink cabinet

Did you know that the first modern flush toilet was installed at Richmond Palace circa 1600? However, Queen Elizabeth I refused to use it because it was too noisy. Most bathrooms now come equipped with several fixtures, such as toilets and bathtubs. There are many forms of these fixtures available, and they all help make the bathroom experience more rewarding.

1. Toilet. There are several types of modern toilets to choose from, such as pressure assisted toilets that are made in the USA. Pressure assisted toilets use less water than traditional gravity toilets, which means families that use them can save between $50-$100 per year on their water bill. In fact, before the 1950s, toilets used approximately seven gallons of water each time they were flushed. Today, however, toilets only use about 1.