• FRAMED- Shower screen is fully secured with aluminum and magnetic hardware for a watertight shower screen minimal. 
  • SEMI FRAMELESS- Framing around the perimeter of the shower screen except the door area giving a more spacious feel of the screen.
  • FRAMELESS- A shower screen that is purely glass only supported by brackets and fixings.
  • SLIDING SCREENS- A practical screen for smaller areas making it convenient to slide open and closing of the door.


  • MODERN ACRYLIC – A white acrylic fibreglass material used on shower bases.
  • TILE TRAY – A tile tray made from long glass fibre composite material; providing the look of a tiled floor with it’s self-draining shower system with a built in fall.
  • POLYMARBLE – Is a composite mixture of polyurethane resin to build a durable, solid base for your shower.


  • P TRAP – Refers to a U shaped section of  the pipe where  the waste exits the toilet suite through the wall behind the toilet suite. 
  • S TRAP – Refers to the distance from the wall to the center of the waste that exits a toilet suite through the floor from beneath the toilet suite.
  • RIMLESS TOILET – Is a new hygienic toilet that circulates water from a single flushing point eliminating splash free flow, avoiding grime and bacteria build up in the edges of the pans surface.
  • NANO GLAZE – Is a new hygienic protection film in the pan of the toilet that eliminates grime and bacteria.
  • BACK TO WALL TOILET – Sits flush against a tiled or plastered wall with no exposed pipes.
  • IN WALL CISTERN – Refers to a toilet suite where the cistern is concealed inside the wall. This type of toilet requires access for servicing via an access panel.


  • DIVERTER – Is used to switch the water supply between two different outlets, such as two different shower heads within one shower.
  • MIXER – Used to control only one outlet, such as a shower head.
  • ROUGH IN – Refers to the process where plumbing waste and water pipes are concealed in the walls and floor of a bathroom however not making the final connections as yet. This happens at framing stage. 


  • INSET – Basin is set into the bench, where only the rim of the basin is exposed.
  • SEMI INSET – Basin is half contained on the benchtop and half hangs out beyond the benchtop.
  • UNDERMOUNT – Basin is installed under the counter, where only the internal of the basin is seen.
  • ABOVE COUNTER – Basin sits on top of vanity.
  • BOTTLE TRAPS – Are exposed wastes that sit underneath basins.
  • CERAMIC – Material made from clay used to form the basin.
  • POP UP WASTE –Are drain plugs that are found at the bottom of a basin or bath tub. They are used to handle blockages and waterflow.


  • WALL HUNG – A cabinet that is suspended above the floor and being supported off the wall. 
  • FLOOR MOUNTED – Suspended on the floor, and has a kickboard to support the weight. 
  • SHAVING CABINETS – Cabinets that are hung on the wall above the vanity are used for storage space. They can be inset into the wall making it look like a hidden storage unit.


  • INSET – Usually sits in the centre in an in built tiled base, where only the rim of the bath is seen.
  • FREE STANDING – ­A bath tub that is supported alone in the bathroom.
  • BACK TO WALL BATH – A freestanding bath that is designed to be put up against the wall.
  • ACRYLIC BATHS – A glass fibre material used to make the bath that is high resistant to scratches and staining.
  • BATH SCREENS – A glass screen that sits on the bath lip acting as a shower screen to keep water in the bath.