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24 BATHROOMS & WETROOMS


room is to clean; a particular concern for parents with young children. When it comes to the WC, the area most associated with germs, rim-free toilets should be considered. Originally developed to meet the stringent demands on healthcare buildings, they can be an ideal solution in multi-occupancy homes. Wall-hung WCs, basins and even furniture are the direction modern bathrooms are moving, offering stylistic as well as practical benefits. By removing pedestals, floor-standing pans and legs, dust and germs have nowhere to collect and cleaning around and underneath them is easy. Combining rim-free technology with wall-hung is the perfect combination. With an ageing population, rising house


prices, rents and tuition fees forcing young people to stay at home for longer, and the benefits of ‘live-in’ babysitters for working parents, multigenerational living is a trend that’s set to endure. The UK housing stock has a commitment to meet the requirements of the changing family, while keeping occupants safe. By choosing quality, fit for purpose solutions, bathrooms will last longer and be accessible by all.


Daniel Ward is senior ceramics product manager at Twyford


THE HOUSING SECTOR HAS A COMMITMENT TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE CHANGING FAMILY


MVHR ECO Range


Extract moisture. Recover heat. Supply fresh air.


Wall mount Void mount 1Z Acoustic enclosure


029 2085 8500 | residential.enquiries@nuaire.co.uk www.nuaire.co.uk | @NuaireHomes


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