We are the bathroom specialists, transforming your bathroom into a space you love and want to spend more time in.
Our renovation experience extends from minor changes like replacing taps to removing everything, re-working the layout and installing everything new.
Our focus will be on what you would like to achieve with your renovation. We give advice and share our extensive experience on what would be more beneficial to achieve the desired results.
The latest trends in bathroom design lean towards tiling half walls and painting the top half of the wall. This gives you the flexibility of being able to change the accent colour as and when you please.
Another trend is installing the Geberit style w/c’s (water closet – which means the loo!). The cistern is built into the wall with only the pan visible.
Walk-in showers are now becoming standard.
Our tiler is a perfectionist and understands that you have to follow lines of tiles that make sense to the eye.
Whatever your preference – we can achieve it together.
We install all makes of geysers (Kwikot, Franke, HeatTech, Tecron) and can work with your insurance company to replace your geyser.
Harness the sun’s energy and install a Solar geyser. In summer, we switch our geyser off completely for 3 months – only using solar energy. Save money and the environment!
By installing a GeyserWise system, you can program the geyser to turn on an off when needed. This means using less electricity, you don’t physically have to switch the geyser on and off and have hot water exactly when you need it.
Geyser maintenance is important, like replacing elements and thermostats or pressure valves.
A burst or leaking water pipe can cause extensive damage. We work closely with a Leak Detection Company that pinpoints a leak. Using this method ensures that flooring or walls are opened up only where needed, which keeps cost and resultant damages to the minimum.
Water harvesting and re-using is currently our focus.
Water tank installation has become a necessity in our drought stricken area. The water tanks are installed in the area which will harvest the most water possible. We re-route gutters to optimise the catchment area.
Now that your tanks are full, we then install a water purification system and UV light that can be pushed into your home. This means all your appliances like your washing machine, dishwasher, toilets and even your basins use harvested water. The UV light ensures that the water is free from any impurities.
Re-using is also a greener option. The grey water from your shower or washing machine can be used to water your garden.
off the grid
Now that your tanks are full … have you considered installing a water filtration system and use the water in your home?
Two systems are shown below:
Three-filter Filtration System:
• Water is pumped from the water tank, through the 3 Stage
o Stage 1 — Filter options include: string or pleated, 5-micron prefilter to reduce dirt, rust and sediment.
o Stage 2 — ULTRA-D, PAC/Agion submicron filter to reduce viruses, bacteria, cysts, chlorine, heavy metals and VOCs.
o Stage 3 — Carbon filter options include: GAC, pleated, wraps or radial flow to reduce chlorine, bad taste/ odour, VOCs and inorganics.
This water is then fed into the house and can be used on all taps and appliances. Not suitable for drinking water.
Three-filter Filtration System with UV light:
This installation feeds from the water tank with a pump, a flush system is installed before the water is pushed through the 3 Stage Filtration System. Thereafter the water is pushed through a UV light which means this water is safe to drink.
UV Water Purification systems use special lamps that emit UV light of a particular wavelength that has the ability, to disrupt the DNA of micro-organisms. As water passes through a UV water treatment system, living organisms in water are exposed to UV light which eliminates the microorganism’s ability to function and reproduce. This process of exposing water to UV light is simple but effective, destroying 99.99 percent of harmful micro-organisms without adding any chemicals to the water.