Victorian Plumbing | Online Bathroom Specialist

About Victorian Plumbing

Victorian Plumbing is a leading retailer of bathrooms online. From our headquarters based in Liverpool, UK, we sell a huge range of modern and traditional bathroom products on our online store as well as in our showroom. We’ve come a long way from our humble beginnings, and we’re now one of the largest bathroom retailers in the UK.

Over the last few years, bathrooms have become one of the most important rooms to decorate in the home and now, alongside the ideal kitchen, homeowners are looking to increase the value of their home or simply show off a renovated room to their family and friends. We believe by pairing the right suite with stylish fittings and accessories, your perfect bathroom isn’t too far away. That’s why we stock well over 17000 products to help you achieve the look you’ve always wanted, whether you’re dreaming of a complete bathroom suite or just in need of a few accessories, we have the choice and range for you no matter your style and budget. You can shop our easy to use and informative website, find inspiration on our blog and connect with us on social media for updates, ideas and competitions.

If you’re looking for something specific our easy to use search bar at the top of each webpage is the best place to start. We stock 1000’s of bathroom products from leading brands, along with showroom favourites and our best-selling own-brand Victorian Plumbing designed range.

Quality Bathrooms, Without Splashing Out

Online Bathroom Specialist
We’ve built an excellent reputation at Victorian Plumbing by knowing what you, the customer wants. As an online bathroom specialist we know you want bathrooms that are stylish and high quality products, yet real value for money. Our buying team excel in sourcing the best brands and ensuring we get the best designs and styles at the lowest prices.

We truly believe in our ethos of Quality Bathrooms, Without Splashing Out. It’s cheesy – but it represents what we’re all about here at Victorian Plumbing.

It means beautiful designer bathrooms are no longer only for posh hotels and stately homes. With our internet prices and next day delivery option you’ll be able to order your bathroom online today and take delivery tomorrow, ready to plumb in and enjoy.

Renovate Your Bathroom

Renovate Your Bathroom with Victorian Plumbing
Monday morning are hard enough as it is without having to battle with shoddy showers and temperamental taps. Couple these common problems with an awful avocado suite and you’ve got a recipe for a disastrous start to any week. Many of our bathroom products are guaranteed for 5 – 25 years and, in some cases, full lifetime manufacturer guarantees are supplied. This not only shows you just how confident we are in the quality of the items we sell but it gives you complete peace of mind when purchasing them from us.

A new bathroom doesn’t always mean modern and minimal. With our roots in the restoration and sales

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Vintage Plumbing Bathroom Antiques – Home

Focus On Bathrooms

PLEASE NOTE: After 40 years collecting, buying and selling in Los Angeles, we have moved to Virginia. We are still offering large fixtures for sale until what you see in these pages is gone. After that we will focus on small pieces such as unique handles and accessories. If you are looking for something special, drop a note.


THANK YOU FOR VISITING OUR WEBSITE. IF YOU LOVE VICTORIAN ERA CLAWFOOT BATHTUBS, NEEDLE BATH RIBCAGE SHOWERS, SITZ BATH TUBS, FOOT BATH TUBS, PEDESTAL SINKS, ORNAMENTAL EMBOSSED TOILET BOWLS, FARMHOUSE KITCHEN SINKS, 3 X 6 SUBWAY TILE, ANTIQUE SHOWER DOORS, UNUSUAL NICKEL PLATED BRASS BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, HALL- MACK, VICTORIAN BATHROOM AND KITCHEN DESIGNS AND ARCHITECTURAL SALVAGE YOU HAVE FOUND ANTIQUE BATHROOM (AND KITCHEN) HEAVEN! 

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Beautiful Neuvogue by Crane sink For Sale.
Beautiful Standard Shower on 42″ claw leg pan. Contact Joe Melamed near Raleigh NC at [email protected]
Priced around $12,000. Tell Joe you saw on vintageplumbing.com
Standard Mfg. Co ribcage shower on clawfoot base.
Wonderful oversized bathtub, on stunnng feet!
Nearly perfect condition with outstanding original porcelain enamel finish!
Plumbers Trade Journals. These large format magazines are trade periodicals for the plumbing and heating trades from the turn of the 2oth Century. They are a fascinating look back at plumbing in the Victorian age with page after page of advertizing illustrations of all kinds of fixtures, appliances and parts. You may have heard of these periodicals but never seen any of them. Here are many that I collected in the 1980s. And I will sell them, one at a time or the whole collection that spans from 1895 to 1907. Around $30 each or less for the newer ones. Write me for a price for all. I also have a few dozen billheads from NYCity plumbing companies. Write for details.
Always seeking to buy this set in the wall magazine rack by Hall Mack. If you have one or more for sale, please drop a note to [email protected]
 
Rare ca1905 Standard Mfg Co. Sitz tub with Wave back spray.
Three full cage Toilet Paper holders. These are created from original J.L Mott wagon wheel sides, and replicated cross bars, acorn cap nuts, tear bar, and lid all precisely as original. Very Nice!
Cage type Toilet Paper holders. Extremely hard to find.
The most incredible Victorian marble sink! ca.1893 and all carved!
Brass shield plaque on backsplash of sink. Columbus Plumbing Co. Columbus O.
Dirty Towel Basket, nickel plated brass, marked Art Brass Co.
Dirty Towel Basket, brass finish. SOLD
Neat and Rare Brasscrafters Shelf, Cups, Soap Combo holder, in Brass.
Rare and Neat
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Bathroom Plumbing – Five Things You Should Know, But Don’t

Responsible homeowners are always trying to stay ahead of the game when it comes to any type of issue their home may face. While a number of things can cause significant problems to their home, one area that homeowners often find terrifying is their bathroom plumbing.

While it may seem a bit extreme to think that bathroom plumbing could instill terror, you have to consider that if the plumbing in your bathroom were to go awry, you’re going to be dealing with water damage from overflows & flooding, back-ups or clogs in your drains, and even some less-than-savory issues with waste from your toilet.

Home improvement experts & new construction analysts often cite responses on surveys that specify a bathroom problem as being a homeowner’s worst nightmare. What seems to make the fear grow is the amount of information not known about bathroom plumbing, or any of the home’s plumbing. It’s hard to be proactive about something you just have no knowledge about. Or is it?

Even if you’re not a plumbing ace, you can still have an advantage of sorts when it comes to your bathroom plumbing. Just keep the following in mind:

Use A Hair Guard – It’s a simple product that blends in with your surroundings, but boy, does it make a difference! A hair guard does just what it says – it keeps hair from clogging up your drains. Make it a regular chore to clean it, though know that it’s going to be a little yucky.

Avoid Chemicals – The materials that comprise your plumbing (e.g., porcelain, PVC) are sensitive to chemical interactions. Avoid using chemical cleaners & clog treatments to reduce the chance of causing damage.

Your Toilet Isn’t A Waste Basket – Every plumber agrees that the only things that should ever go in a toilet are waste & toilet tissue. Anything else always has the chance to cause a major clog or even a back-up.

Be Mindful of Your Home’s Water Pressure – In the same way that you want to treat pipes and fixtures with care, you also don’t want to push them beyond their limits. This is where water pressure if vital. The recommended water pressure for a residence is usually between 25-75 PSI and certainly not over 80 PSI. If your home goes beyond the 80 PSI threshold, you’re putting too much pressure on every element of your home’s plumbing.

Ventilation is Important – Drains to your sink & bathtub need to be vented in order to perform at optimal operation. If they aren’t vented well enough, you can run into major issues such as a pervasive sewage smell. This smell is a health risk for everyone in your home. Moreover, even if you choose to ignore this element, you may find some serious pushback from a potential buyer if you want to sell your home in the future.

Bathroom plumbing isn’t rocket science, but if you’re still not quite comfortable enough to take a look around or even …

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How To Keep Your Bathroom Plumbing Working Properly

Owning your own home should be one of those things that makes you ready to take on the world because it’s such a huge accomplishment. Unfortunately, you usually end up being nervous about everything, especially your bathroom plumbing.

Some of you might wonder what’s so problematic about the plumbing in the bathroom compared to the rest of the house. Well, it really has to do with the usual “life functions” that take place in the bathroom. The last thing the plumbing in that room needs to have is a problem because the last thing we want in our home is the stuff inside the plumbing.

The problem that a lot of homeowners have is that they are not very experienced when it comes to working on the plumbing in their home, regardless of the room. When it comes to the bathroom, we have fairly rudimentary knowledge of how to use a plunger, but in the back of our minds, we really don’t want to have to deal with that prospective mess. Still, you’re a homeowner now, which means you really have to be on top of things. Your home depends on your elbow grease to keep doing its thing, so enough of sticking your head in the ground – it’s time to get to work.

Here are a few very basic tips on keeping your bathroom plumbing working properly:

Always Be On The Lookout for Drips & Leaks – Listen to your toilet after you flush and watch your faucet after you’ve washed your hands. Do you hear or see drips? If so, you’re seeing two things: 1) a symptom of something that has to be fixed; and 2) money down the drain. You would be shocked to know how much water is wasted due to small leaks.

Try To Prevent Clogs and Blockages – Most clogs and blockages in your bathroom drains are caused by greasy build-up, hair, and other yucky stuff. Try your best to lessen the amount of these things by using traps.

Check Fixtures for Cracks and Leaks – So, you’re an amateur plumber, but that does not mean you can’t see something that isn’t quite right. Take a flashlight and look your bathroom fixtures for any developing cracks and leaks. The compromise of the actual fixture can interrupt the basic function of your plumbing.

Be As Proactive As Possible – If there is one place to be a little over the top in terms of trying to get ahead of things, it’s your bathroom. Find out if you have hard water. Check for limescale. If you are in an older home, think about upgrading the vanity plumbing. Give your bathroom every chance it can have to run well.

Your bathroom plumbing doesn’t have to be a menace to your peace of mind. Even with little to no knowledge of plumbing, you can actually do a lot to keep your bathroom plumbing operating the way it should. In the event that a problem may still occur, …

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