Monday, January 23, 2017

Thinking of a new bathroom?


There’s nothing worse than the feeling that parts of your home are dated. The bathroom is unquestionably the worst part of your home to feel past it’s prime. For lots of us, the bathroom provides a place to relax and unwind – soothing the pressures of the day away with a good, hot bath (or a shower, if you’d prefer!) – and should be enjoyed. Your thoughts immediately going toward a certain suite you can’t stand the look of isn’t exactly relaxing, and as such, using the bathroom instead of being a nice experience can just make you consider everything else that needs to be done in order to make your house a home.

But where to start?

No doubt you’ve seen countless advertised DIY shops that offer reasonable prices on a load of suites, but where do you go to make sure that your bathroom is very much your own, designed for your specifications, rather than looking like a generic pre-installed set? RN Williams is a Plumbers merchant in St Asaph North Wales, and can offer you exactly what you want at a very competitive price.

Furthermore, RN Williams offer a full bathroom design service with absolutely no obligation. It’s easy to get confused when you’re in the act of looking for a new bathroom. There’s so much to think about, you can often find yourself overwhelmed by choice – as well as pushy salespeople. Let RN Williams deal with the hassle of design, and you can focus on what you want the end product to be.

For bathrooms in Conwy or beyond, they're simply the best.

With a selection of absolutely fantastic bathrooms, shower cubicles and wetrooms, fitted vanity furniture, whirlpool baths and steamrooms, as well as everything else you’d ever need to make your bathroom unique such as taps, tiles, and of course accessories such as mirrors, cabinets, shower curtains and toothbrush holders, you’ll be very well served by popping in for a quick visit.

RN Williams is located within Chester Street in the city of St Asaph, in North Wales. Whether you’re coming locally or from further afield, you can’t miss them as they’re very close to the A55.

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