A typical bathroom sink has a drain size of 2 inches, while a shower stall uses a 3-inch drain line and larger tubs use a 4-in. pipe or even larger.
If you just discover that your tap water doesn’t work and there is no water coming out of the faucet, there can be a few reasons. We’ll pinpoint each of them and what to do when running into this dilemma.
If you are looking to replace your shower head, then you will need to know the size of your shower pipe to ensure the new head you choose is going to be compatible with it. Here we look at standard shower pipe size and correlating standard shower thread size.
The standard size of a faucet hole is 1 ⅜ inch. This translates to 1.375 inches, or 35mm. Since this is considered to be the standard diameter of a faucet hole, you should assume that this is the measurement of your sink faucet hole unless the specification indicates otherwise.
A standardized drain diameter for a bathtub drain is around 1 and a half inches. Non-standard drain diameters such as antique bathtubs and vintage bathtubs will typically have slightly smaller drains measuring 1 ⅜ inch but you can use a reducer washer to fit the 1.5-inch pipework.
If you move into a home without a shower curtain, or you’ve had your bathroom renovated and the curtain rail removed, then you face the task of installing a new curtain rail and deciding how high you should hang a shower curtain.
Once you have established that you need a new toilet flapper, you will discover that there are two sizes available. These are the 2-inch toilet flapper and the 3-inch toilet flapper.
When you look at the majority of grout and tile color combinations in bathrooms and kitchens, you’d be forgiven to think that they only come in neutral colors.
If you’re trying to decide between colored or white bath towels for your bathroom, here you’ll find some useful tips for choosing the best color towels for your space. We will weigh the pros and cons of both white and colored towels so you can have a relaxing bubble bath with the right towel color.
Here we will break down the different parts of a bathroom sink and explain what purpose they have and how they work. You can also find this awesome 3D diagram of the major bathroom sink parts below.
Shower rods come in three standard sizes. These are 41 inches, 60 inches, and 72 inches. To find out which size you need in your bathroom, measure in a straight line from one side wall in your bathroom to the opposite parallel wall.
Doorless showers were once a symbol of a luxury home, but they have now become more affordable and so are working their way into more mainstream bathroom design. Find the specific size for a doorless walk-in shower door below.