You and your family probably rely on the bath tap on a daily basis to get clean, particularly if your bathtub doubles as a shower. These plumbing fixtures usually work flawlessly and reliably and aren't given much thought, until they aren't working properly. Here are a few signs that it's time to schedule a new bath mixer installation.
A clogged drain leads to a number of problems, some of them costly and damaging. The most obvious is the inability to use the sink, shower, bath or toilet that's blocked. A chronic clog may result in, backed up water overflowing and spilling into the surrounding area which can cause damage to your property.View details
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John and Crapper Sir John Harington, of Kelston, but baptised in London, was an English courtier, author and translator popularly known as the inventor of the flush toilet (~1590). He called the flush toilet the Ajax (i.e., a "jakes", which was an old slang word for toilet). Thomas Crapper (1836-1910) was a plumber who founded Thomas Crapper & Co in London. He was noted for the quality of his products and received several royal warrants. As the first man to set up public showrooms for displaying sanitary ware, he became known as an advocate of sanitary plumbing, popularising the notion of installation inside peoples homes. He invented many plumbing systems - floating cock, manhole cover, plumbing trap (U-bend), siphonic flush toilet, etc. It has often been claimed in popular culture that the slang term for human bodily waste, crap, originated with Thomas Crapper because of his association with lavatories. The word crap is actually of Middle English origin and predates its application to bodily waste. (Wikipedia)