[Tips-n-Bits]: Remodeling fixing of wash basins (Common dos & don'ts)

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Wash basins | bricks-n-mortar.com
Wash basins | bricks-n-mortar.com
Wash basins | bricks-n-mortar.com
We had discussed in an earlier post how people even in very ordinary households in today's world are preferring to have wash basins in their utility areas instead of the age-old practice of washing hands in open. 


Even-more so, the usual means of fixing the wash basins was to fix them upon two numbers of simple angle iron rods is not the preferred fixing method adopted now. 


The urban as well as semi-urban households comprising the modern homes, offices, restaurants, commercial places, etc., prefer to have the wash basins finished and very visible on the outer surface, thereby upping the interiors quotient.


All of you would already be knowing that Wash Basins are made in different design (model), materials and size according to the application and requirement.


This post brings to you one current project that Team BRICKS-n-MORTAR is remodeling (renovating) out of an otherwise old-style office building with erstwhile sanitaryware and finishes.


Have a look at the pictures of the on-going project, and suggest us if the look and feel of the still-being-finished washrooms is looking better or not. (Please do note that the budget for this renovation project is very very tight, and therefore, the selection of material and the finishing items is done keeping well in mind that not much is available for spending)

We would love to hear (read) your feedback and suggestions. 

Post your comments and let us know :)

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Note: BRICKS-n-MORTAR provides interior design and allied modeling/ remodeling related services in Delhi-NCR. Feel free to ask should you need any commercial and/or non-commercial query. 
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