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Using renewable resources in the bathroom


If you’re looking at reducing your impact on the environment in 2016, our experts have some different ways you can go greener in your bathroom. 


Game-changing vanities

Companies like Ronbow are bringing in game-changing technologies to their vanity systems to reduce ecological impact. Materials like Strawboard have recently emerged as an excellent alternative to wood. This extremely moisture-resistant material has been proven to stand up against splintering while affixing hardware, warping in damp conditions, and resistant to mould and pests.


Natural Stone Tile

Not just easy on the eyes, natural stone tiles also hold certain warming benefits that linoleum or hardwood would lack. Natural stone tiles are also perfect for laying on top of electric underfloor heating systems, which will add a touch of luxury to your bathroom. 


Buying Local

Buying through local companies can often mean you receive better warranties on products and better service with onsite maintenance and repairs. Not only that, local businesses will often hire people who have a better understanding of the products they are selling. They also tend to take more time to get to know customers. 


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