spruce up your tiles Time for some el­bow grease in the bath­room!

Max­imise space in your home by fit­ting an ex­tra bath­room or down­stairs loo with San­i­flo, and take the pres­sure off a busy house­hold

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When there’s more than two of you liv­ing un­der the same roof, only hav­ing one bath­room can be a bit of a chal­lenge! This is es­pe­cially true dur­ing busy morn­ings when every­one is get­ting ready for work, or evenings when you’re get­ting the kids ready for bed or want­ing a long soak in the bath. The good news is that it is pos­si­ble to in­stall ex­tra fa­cil­i­ties even in the small­est or trick­i­est of spaces, and even if they’re not near the main drainage sys­tem - useful to re­mem­ber if you’re plan­ning home ren­o­va­tions.

Sim­ple so­lu­tions

With over 60 years of ex­pe­ri­ence, San­i­flo is an ex­pert in its field and has de­vel­oped a range of over 30 dif­fer­ent products.

The San­i­top Up, which takes waste from a wash basin and loo, is a good op­tion if you’re con­vert­ing an un­used cup­board or space un­der the stairs into a down­stairs cloak­room. And if you’re work­ing with a par­tic­u­larly small space, the Sanis­lim, or San­i­com­pact (a loo with mac­er­a­tor built in) could be the an­swer. An­other op­tion is the Sani­wall Pro Up if you’re keen to hide the mac­er­a­tor be­hind a wall or pan­elling.

What­ever your project, San­i­flo will help you find the per­fect prod­uct for you.

san­i­flo mac­er­a­tors are an af­ford­able so­lu­tion and easy to in­stall. They can also be dis­creetly con­cealed be­hind built-in units

squeez­ing a loo un­der the stairs doesn’t re­quire ma­jor work or up­heaval with san­i­flo

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