Wash Hand Basin Space Saver with Self-Closing Waste Valve:
Designed to allow full use of storage space below the basin within the cabinet or furniture ✅
1¼" BSP female inlet nut x 1¼" universal compression outlet ✅
The WHB self-cleaning waste valve having no water seal can never dry out through evaporation or lack of use ✅
To find out more, search WHB-1 on our website
Jim Mayhew has been a part of the fabric of Builder Depot since its inception in 2002. Jim is our Drylining and Insulation specialist and if you have a spare minute he’s sure to tell you everything he can on the subject! Jim has seen Builder Depot grow from £0 to over £100m and we’ve caught up with him to see what he thinks the future holds for insulation as we know it. ⠀⠀⠀ “The drylining & insulation sector of our business is an important one. With the government putting so much emphasis on not just thermal insulation, which will reduce carbon dioxide emissions and also save significant sums of money to the homeowner by reducing heating bills, but also in acoustic insulation, which is the biggest single area of complaint from any homeowner, be it a multi-million pound apartment through to a council property.
At Builder Depot we deal with brand leading manufacturers such as @britishgypsum, @isovergobain, @kingspan_europe, @rockwoolinternational, @ecothermuk, @cellecta_ltd etc. Where we buy such large quantities from these manufacturers, it enables us to buy well, and in turn we can pass these savings onto our customers. The philosophy is simple, we offer a broad and compelling range of products with superior quality and charge honest and fair prices.
Insulation & drylining are inextricably linked, whether building from new, renovating, refurbishing or converting, insulation & drylining will play a significant and vital role. To be able to offer our customer what they want, and more importantly, to have it in stock, so that we can also offer it when they want it, is the key to our success. This is where we outshine our competitors, having a greater range of products in a full range of sizes/thicknesses and to have them in stock.
Insulation & drylining are here to stay. The need for insulation especially will only ever increase, the type of insulation may vary, but the need will only grow. This isn't a bad thing either as it makes our working and living environments much more comfortable and at the same time, increased levels of insulation will help reduce our demand on gas required to heat the properties we live in and in conjunction with, reduce our gas bills."