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Bathrooms.com Launch the Ultimate Bathroom DIY Guide to Help Homeowners Drive up the Value of Their Home

LONDON, March 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Bathrooms.com today announced the launch of their ultimate Bathroom DIY resource web app to help people enhance the value of their home.

The interactive guide is designed to deal with those irritating DIY problems in and around the bathroom that we all face from time to time. Whether homeowners are looking to replace taps, drill into tiles or replace a radiator, this web app will point you to the best online resources available.

To view the app visit: http://www.bathrooms.com/ultimate-bathroom-diy-guide/

The Bathrooms.com DIY Guide has curated the best tips, advice and how- tos from across the web to help people increase the value of their property. The ultimate DIY guide has everything you need to know about cleaning, maintaining or replacing fixtures in your bathroom.

The guide allows you to navigate around the different areas of the bathroom that may need working on, which you can then select to find out how they can be fixed. Click to expand the information bars from installation, maintenance, replacement or Bathrooms.com's buying recommendations. At any time you can simply go back to the home page using the 'back to my bathroom' button to look in to another area of the bathroom. As you open the information bars for each category and learn how to fix it, watch the bathroom transform section by section.

The Ultimate DIY guide by bathrooms.com was designed in response to research revealing that renovating your bathroom can add back  double the value of the work you put in making it one of the most cost effective enhancements to your property.  Even simply adding features like mixer taps, glass screens and chrome towel heaters to your bathroom can add an extra 3% to your house's value.


Ian Monk, CEO and Founder of Bathrooms.com said "We pride ourselves in embracing new technology trends that give our customers an enhanced retail experience. We launched the first ever bathroom augmented reality app last year that essentially brings the bathrooms.com showroom to a customer's home. This web app is the next step in our mission to transform our customer's bathrooms."

In 2012 the British public spent £7.54 billion on  DIY, showing that the British public are undoubtedly growing bolder in their DIY projects with 93% of people saying that they have taken on jobs around the home themselves. 

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About Bathrooms.com
To view the video about the app visit: http://www.bathrooms.com/ultimate-bathroom-diy-guide/


Bathrooms.com was founded in 2004 and have been providing the UK and Ireland with affordable bathroom design ever since. Bathrooms.com believe in nurturing long term relationships with designers and craftsmen to give customers good design at prices that will help them create more than they ever thought possible. Based in Watford, the Bathrooms.com team is on a mission to democratise good bathroom design.


 

SOURCE Bathrooms.com

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