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- Toilet paper holders are a necessity. Residential toilet paper holders come in various styles and finishes allowing the unit to match any existing fixtures already installed in the bathroom.
- As with toilet paper holders, soap dispensers and dishes also vary in construction depending on where the unit is intended to be installed. Soap dispensers are not typically mounted in residential bathrooms. From our many options you can choose one that matches your bathroom sink and lavatory faucet. Soap dispensers, along with toilet paper holders, are common commercial bathroom accessories.
- Both plungers and scrubbers are less for decoration and more for function ability. A plunger is used to release stoppage in the plumbing system. We advise to keep a plunger available to users in each restroom of the residence. A scrubber is used in order to clean the toilet area without having to wear yellow gloves and come in direct contact with the porcelain.
- One of the most standard accessories in a bathroom is the towel bar. A towel bar is installed in close proximity to the shower or tub in order to allow convenient access to a dry towel after bathing. Hanging a wet towel on a towel bar is a proven method of air drying a towel and helping to prevent the growth of bacteria or mold. Rather than drying a wet towel, towel shelves are used to store dry towels in the bathroom.
- Each of the accessories previously mentioned have served an important purpose in the bathroom, this is not exactly the case when it comes to specialty sound and lighting systems. We offer a variety of sound and lighting systems that are installed in the tub or shower area of a restroom and provide a spa-like atmosphere.
- Grab bars are essential in ADA compliant commercial toilet stalls and must be implemented as per regulation. Grab bars are installed in order to assist users who are elderly or disabled and in need of additional support when removing themselves from the toilet. As of recently, some users are having grab bars installed in their residential restrooms as well. When it comes to grab bars you do not want cheap bathroom accessories. You do not want to skimp on safety features.
- Towel rings and robe hooks are in no way essential for a function bathroom but both help to provide organization along with decoration. A towel ring is installed near the bathroom sink in order for a hand towel to be hung to use and dry. Having a towel ring installed eliminates having the hand towel lie on the counter before and after use. Robe hooks can serve two purposes, either to hang a robe before and after wear or a bath towel before and after use. Some users who do not have room for a towel bar installation opt for a robe hook on the back of the bathroom door instead.
- Another accessory offered here are aromatherapy oils. These products are used, often times in conjunction with sound and lighting installation, in order to create a spa-like feeling to any bathroom. Many users place aromatherapy oils in their bath in order to relax, re-energize, or ease health problems.
- To keep your restroom up to date with the most modern bathroom accessories you may need the right vanities and mirrors. Bathroom vanities have drawers, a cupboard, and hold the bathroom sink just as a bathroom counter would but a vanity is much more decorative. Along with this new alternative, mirrors are also being updated to include frames in various colors such as brown, black, white, or silver.
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