Maintenance of bathroom fittings

Keeping your fittings clean and gleaming will really make them stand out, and if you’ve put any amount of time into your bathroom design, they will be one of the key features that people will notice. Most fittings can be maintained very easily; a quick wipe down with some detergent and warm soapy water will usually do the trick (though cleaning the drain is another matter altogether). If done regularly, your fittings will remain eye-catching for years to come and will require less heavy-duty maintenance.

Traps, drains and wastes

How to clean and maintain taps and wastes

There's nothing worse than a leaky tap - except perhaps a dirty and leaking tap. Find out how to clean and maintain your fittings.

Mould and rust on taps

How to deal with mould and rust

Cleaning mould is not simply a matter of wiping it off and assuming the job's finished. Find out how to effectively clean rust stains and get rid of mould for good in your bathroom.

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Sustainability

Ground-based solar arrays

If your roof isn't big or strong enough - or doesn't get enough sunlight - it may be more practical to install solar panels on the ground instead. Learn more about how this differs from roof-based setups.

Home automation
What is home automation

What is home automation?

A living automated home, provided that it's designed right, is often far safer and more efficient than a regular home. Learn more about the many advantages of good home automation.

Toilet
Toilet maintenance

Toilet maintenance

Cleaning a toilet is the least fun but most necessary part of cleaning a bathroom.

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