Bathroom Accessories Vancouver
What Should You Look for in Kitchen and Bath Fixtures?Making sure your kitchen has the latest in quality accessories and your bathroom is up-to-date with quality plumbing fixtures can improve your home’s resale value, too. Whether you’re planning a move or staying for the long haul, everything from motion-activated faucets to water-efficient toilets can make your home a friendlier place for you and your family.
In the kitchen we usually spend more time preparing foods than cleaning up. Two sinks can help keep things neat and tidy — one used exclusively for food prep and a separate sink for cleaning up. Make sure to research your faucet options — do you want an extendable nozzle? Or a wall-mounted version that makes for easy cleanup?
For a small bathroom, new fixtures can expand the space, from a standard-size bathtub that expands on the sides to a space-saving compact toilet.
Many kitchen and bath design companies specialize in using recycled materials, and they have expert artisans to create one-of-a-kind decorative fixtures and hardware.
Use the Houzz Professionals listings to find Vancouver kitchen and bath accessory vendors. Don’t rule out asking a kitchen manufacturer’s design team for help, too. Skills often can be overlapped to save you time and money! Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of kitchen & bath fixtures: Kitchen & Bath Designers, Kitchen & Bath Remodelers, Interior Designers & Decorators, Cabinets & Cabinetry.
Before hiring someone to update your kitchen and bath fixtures, here are some questions to ask:
- How long have you been doing kitchen/bathroom designs?
- What other services do you provide (tile installation, electrical etc.)?
- What is your procedure for keeping my home free of dust and debris?
- For plumbing projects, how do you handle drainage?
- Do you offer a lifetime warranty?
Find kitchen and bath fixtures and accessories, plus installation experts, on Houzz. Check out kitchen products and installers, and bath plumbing products and installers, on Houzz. You can also look through project photos provided by Vancouver renovators, retailers and designers.