Getting a brand spanking new bathroom fitted. New tiles (floor and walls), new suite, accessories etc.
Ive been ok understanding and getting most things, but am struggling with taps, waste and shower rail.
With taps, i dont know what the industry standard is, but my basin is 50mm in diameter and theres taps on the market which are bigger and some that are smaller. Does that mean i can go for the smaller ones and not the bigger ones or can i only go for the 50mm ones?
Also it then mentions with taps that they recommend a certain amount of water bar, how am i meant to know how powerful my water flow is (vailiant combi boiler). Also, i got a "dedicated" click waste with my basin, but the lady said i may need an adapter to connect the overflow with the waste. Where can i get these from and any pics of what im supposed to be looking out for?
Do the taps need to be grounded for the sink & bath? (I went for a acrylic bath after weighing up the pros and cons)
Lastly, and this is annoying me the most, i have bought a 1700mm x 700 mm bath, but all of the L shaped shower rails im coming across are allot larger, like the width for example on all of them are 900mm, 20 cm more then what i want (my bathroom is small). Am i missing something or are they supposed to be cut down to size?
Any useful/practical advice/recommendations/sites would be appreciated. The bathroom theme is black/silver/chrome.