Plumbing fixtures are the main focus for the bathroom and kitchen:sinks, showers, tubs, and toilets. No matter the size of your budget, Avis can help.
There are a number of different shower fixture types available on the market today. Body sprayers placed throughout the shower can therapeutically massage the body or produce a relaxing mist. Rain shower heads can give you the sensation of standing beneath a waterfall. And there’s no need to limit yourself to only one shower fixture! Dual fixtures can mean more than one person can enjoy the shower at a time. Luxury fixtures such as t hese aren’t limited to the master bath, either. Various mounting options exist for shower fixtures and include the typical wall mount, hand-held units, rain showers, or a combination of any of these.
Here is a round-up of some of the types of shower fixtures you might see on the market today:
Wall-mount: This is the most common.
Hand-held: The ability to remove the shower head for cleaning and bathing is a big convenience.
Rain shower head: You’ll get full coverage and a waterfall experience with this unit.
The typical vessel sink is ideal for a guest bath and can serve as a focal point — but in a full or master bath, you might find this style less functional than a deeper, undermount sink with a high arching faucet that is easy to operate with a single handle. Whether prioritizing looks, functionality, or a combination of both, there are plenty of good options.
Pedestal style sinks, for example, are timeless space savers. Their bowls are available in oblong, rectangular or traditional oval shapes. In addition to shape, a range of material options opens up avenues for creative bathroom design. Glass sinks, for example, can be dropped in and undermounted — or even installed with an integrated glass top.
As far as plumbing fixtures go, today’s faucets are highly functional and highly efficient marvels of engineering. When it comes to style, faucets can be fastened on the deck, directly integrated, or even mounted above and on the wall. If you are looking to impress your guests in the kitchen or bath, a new faucet can definitely improve and update a room’s look.
Taller toilets that are 1-3″ higher than the standard 14 to 15 inch height are more comfortable for most homeowners — just make sure that small children aren’t going to be needing to make use of it. Taller commodes, also known as ADA toilets, are accessible for those who require assistance in the form of a walker or wheelchair. The lineup of toilets available on the market today includes an enormous range of colors and designs and can make the decision far more difficult than you might anticipate. Often times it can help to have a Cape Coral plumber help to install a new toilet.
If you are in the market for new plumbing fixtures, your best bet is to give Avis a call and let our experts help you pick something that is not only going to look and work great but also fit your budget.