If you know me, you know my love of a good, long, hot soak in the tub.
It’s my sanity.
Let’s share the serenity and take a look at a few swoonworthy soaker tubs that are sure to leave us fully relaxed and ready for that second, err third glass of wine.
You can view my soaker tub and complete master bath remodel, here!
I feel more relaxed just looking at these amazing tubs!
Choosing the Best Toilet
Author: Grace Chamia
If you’re thinking of replacing your toilet, it’s worth spending some time researching your options – you’re stuck with it for 10 years or so, after all, so let’s make it a wise decision, and don’t forget to add the best heated toilet seat to your new addition! The toilet has come a long way, and today there are a wide range of styles and features available, so digging a little deeper will ensure you get the best model for your needs. Here are some basic things you should consider before you buy.
Is it water-efficient?
Toilets account for one third of your household water consumption – but that doesn’t mean you should flush only sometimes to cut back on your water bill, no siree! New technologies and innovative product design make it easier than ever to be eco-friendly in the bathroom.
Reece Bathroom Business Manager, Daniela Santilli, encourages homeowners to check the WELS (Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards) rating of toilets when shopping around. It’s simple: the higher the star rating, the more water efficient the product. “A four-star WELS rating can save up to 50,808 litres of water per year,” she says.
In addition to being kinder to the environment, a water-efficient model will help you save on your water bill, so investing in a high star rating toilet now is a wise move with long-term benefits. The label on which you find these star ratings also contains information such as water consumption per use (in litres) for a full, half and average flush, so take a closer look and compare models.