3 Easy ways to get started
1. An ensuite can add value to your home and will help avoid that queue for the bathroom in the mornings! First, measure the area and draw out a floor plan on graph paper. Include the position of any windows and doors, and measure how far away the existing waste pipes, plumbing and boiler are. Or use our online planning tool!
2. If your room is small, there are plenty of ways to make the most of the space. Corner sinks or toilets can be squeezed into small areas, while wall-hung basins give the illusion of space and leave the floor free for storage. And with our toilet, basin and tap packs, buying a suite is so much easier, and you can save you money.
3. Draw your chosen fittings onto a separate piece of graph paper and cut them out so you can move them around on your floor plan to make sure they'll fit. If the plumbing is already in place - if you are replacing an existing ensuite use our how to guides for help. If not, you'll need to call in a plumber.
Guide to planning a new bathroom:
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