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Bathroom taps, showers and accessories

Discover a full range of bathroom products from showers, screens, bathroom suites, basins, taps and cabinets to essential plumbing and heating accessories.

Check out our range of digital, electric and mixer showers for all budgets by reliable, quality manufacturers, Aqualisa, Briston and Triton. Upgrade your shower space with a contemporary, accessible shower enclosure from the elegant Roman Lumin8 range.

Choose from sleek, designer basin taps by VADO and Bristan.  Add luxury to your bathroom with heated mirrors by HiB, heated towel rails, radiators and stylish chrome accessories. Practical macerators, WC fittings, valves and washers available for your plumbing needs.

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Bargain bathroom suite bundles

Buy a money-saving, hassle-free complete bathroom bundle: a bath and screen, basin, pedestal and toilet with wastes and traps ready to plumb.  Everything you'll need ready at the same time for your bathroom upgrade or new installation.


Explore our extensive bathroom shower range: new generation Aqualisa Quartz digital showers, and powerful electric showers for all budgets by Aquilisa, Briston and Triton.  Our selected premium VADO designs have superb contemporary detailing and quality.  All are tried, trusted, reliable brands with a variety of shower head and shower control options.

Shower doors, screens and trays

From £685.31 Each
Price Includes VAT

Minimalist, easy-access Lumin8 shower enclosures, bath screens and shower doors are UK-made by Roman from 8mm toughened glass. Find walk-in doorless shower enclosures, and space-saving folding and sliding shower doors. Curved corner shower units like the Lumin8 Bowfronted Quad Shower Enclosure are great solutions for smaller bathrooms. Stone and slate look acrylic shower trays in all sizes.

Basins, taps and accessories

Basins and pedestals in contemporary and classic styles, plus selected sleek, hand-polished VADO brassware, designed and manufactured in the UK. VADO Omika, Life and  Synergie taps, mixers and showers are subtle, luxury designs. The VADO Life Wall Mounted Basin Mixer has sleek lines and rounded edges, offering a timeless, minimalist tap option to complement a counter top basin installation. Looking for bathroom accessories to finish your new look? Check out our wall-mounted chrome towel holders, bars and towel rings, bathroom shelving, soap dishes, toothbrush holders and toilet brush sets - all designed to complement the luxury bathroom.

Cabinets, heated mirrors and radiators

Find bathroom furniture designed with your lifestyle in mind.  Wall-hung or free standing vanity units and cabinets provide practical space-saving storage.  A choice of heated LED mirrors and magnifying mirrors add light and luxury to the smallest bathroom. The HiB range of mirrors integrate technology for personal convenience.  A HiB Vega 80 LED Mirror with Charging Socket is a large, halo lit bathroom mirror guaranteed to add star quality to any bathroom. It has simple touch controls to activate a heat pad, keeping your mirror steam free. As well as a offering you a choice of ambient and task lighting, it has a handy socket for charging your daily electrical appliances.

Get essential comfort with a heated towel rail. Straight ladder chrome towel rails come with temperature controls in sizes to suit all bathrooms. Vertical column radiators in coloured and matt finishes bring both style and warmth.

Bathroom plumbing

Find tap connectors, robust basin traps and wastes made by Peerless for all bathroom plumbing needs.  WC units with seats, close coupled pans and cisterns, toilet cistern fittings, toilet valves and washers by Siamp, and bestselling macerators by Grundfos for ensuites or bathroom installations in extensions and lofts. Low water pressure?  Take a look at our range of Salamander shower pumps to solve your problems.

Tap into our Turnbull  expertise

Visit our local branches and bathroom showrooms to see our full range of bathroom suites and bathroom accessories. We have great teams of very experienced bathroom designers ready to help you tackle the challenges of your particular bathroom design. Give us a call on 01529 308839 or use our Turnbull online chat facility to see how we can help.

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Underfloor heating or radiators? Best ways to heat your bathroom

Bathroom heating advice from the Turnbull team

One of the first questions to come up when planning a new bathroom is how to heat it?  After all, there’s no point in creating a sophisticated, sleek space that’s chilly and unwelcoming, or installing a system that’s more expensive to run than you'd like. You'll also want bathroom heating that's responsive and that suits your lifestyle.

The benefits of underfloor heating

£994.28 Each
Price Includes VAT

Underfloor heating has three significant advantages.  Because there’s no wall space required, you’ll have more freedom creating bathroom design and layout options - room for extra cabinets and furniture when space is at a premium.  Secondly, you’ll get even, virtually silent heat distribution throughout the bathroom.  And thirdly, underfloor heating operates at a lower temperature than a conventional radiator system, meaning greater fuel efficiency and lower running costs.

But (and there are some buts!) underfloor heating is more expensive to install, it requires careful planning to get optimum efficiency from a system, and it takes longer to heat up a room than a radiator.

Underfloor Heating Packs can be purchased as complete kits suitable for rooms 20m² and larger.   They're designed for connection to an existing boiler and come with a programmable room thermostat.  Our JG Speedfit Underfloor Heating Packs are popular bestsellers and extremely reliable.

Radiators still rock!

Lots of our customers choose radiators to heat their bathrooms, and here’s why.  They increase heat output very quickly when it’s needed, they're cheaper to install, and they’re easy to install without too much disruption.  Plus, and it’s a big one, there are so many innovative designs and colours available that choosing a bathroom radiator is now a interior design decision, not a chore any more!

There are, however, a few disadvantages to installing radiators: they are less efficient, they cool down quickly and they take up valuable space in small bathrooms.

Designer radiators

From £136.09 Each
Price Includes VAT

No longer do you have to put up with a large white oblong in your bathroom to make it warm!  Consider a stylish narrow column radiator.  Its flat vertical panels have superb heat efficiency and complement contemporary bathroom suites and fittings.  Finishes are matt or coloured.  The Turnbull Cornhill Double Panel Designer Radiator is available in chic Anthracite and its 1800mm x 236mm option creates a real style statement without taking up huge amounts of valuable wall space.  You might love the look of our Turnbull Whitton Designer Flat Profile Chrome Radiator with its wide flat horizontal chrome bars.

Towel radiators and heated towel rails

From £76.81 Each
Price Includes VAT

Explore the wide range of handsome chrome ladder radiators linked to your home’s heating system that function as heated towel  rails.  Choose a 1800mm Turnbull Ladder Straight Towel Rail and  you'll have room for a family’s worth of towels!  Or install a dual fuel electric towel rail to give you an instant precise source of heat whenever you need it.  A Zehnder Pro Klaro Towel Rail can be connected to your mains electricity and immersion heater so you’ll have an essential heat source in your bathroom through the year when the central heating is not in use.  You can also buy a dual fuel element conversion kit [the Turnbull Towel Rail Electric Heating Element with Temperature Control is an economic, practical solution] to make a bathroom towel radiator output heat independently.

Bathroom heating FAQs

What’s the difference between Type 21 and Type 22 radiators?  A Type 21 radiator is a slimmer radiator designed for smaller spaces. Type 22 radiators give higher heat output but their increased depth makes them suitable for larger rooms.

What size radiator do I need in my bathroom?  You’ll need a radiator or heated towel radiator with an output of at least 1975 BTU.

What does BTU mean?  BTU stands for British Thermal Unit. Use a BTU Calculator to work out the size of radiator needed in your bathroom to keep it at a comfortable heat.

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