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Installing A New Bathroom? London Plumbers Use Proplex Protection

Temporary Protection Materials for a New Bathroom Installation

When installing a new bathroom or remodeling an existing bathroom, many homeowners who hire a contractor put their trust in them to take responsibility for the mess and potential damage to the home, especially when it is a luxury fitting. However, with everything from new showers, bathtubs, sinks, faucets and tiles to think of, it is often easy to forget the rest of the house during a bathroom remodeling project.

Plumbers installing a new bathroom but using temporary protection materials to ensure damage limitation to hallway

Proplex used during a new bathroom installation to protect the hallway from damage from the old bathroom being moved out.

Protec has recently supplied temporary protection materials to plumbers in London who were removing an old bathroom and fitting a luxury new one. The plumbers loved using Protec’s Temporary Protection materials because not only did it show their customers that they care, it reduced their snagging lists at the end of the project.

Using temporary protection materials throughout the home when removing an old bathroom, during the installation of a new bathroom and whilst working through the snagging list is a great way to ensure a project runs smoothly. The image supplied demonstrate the use of Protec’s Proplex to protect the walls, rubber ground protection matting to protect fragile floors throughout the home and newell protector roll to protect the handrails on the staircase. However, Protec's Door Jamb Protector was also used for the move.

Not sure where to start when choosing temporary protection materials? Here is an infographic aimed to inspire the usage of temporary protection materials when installing a new bathroom:

Infographic depicting use of Temporary Protection Materials in New Bathroom Installation

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