Renovating your bathroom

If you’re going to renovate a bathroom, it may at first look like a major challenge. But take a closer look and you’ll see that it isn’t as hard as it seems! The job can range from changing a tap right up to renovation of the complete bathroom. But whatever you’re planning to do, it’s important to first look carefully at exactly what you have to do and which tools you need. Skil gives you handy, step-by-step instructions and practical tips that you’ll find helpful for every challenge.

  • How to apply silicone sealant

    Silicone sealant is used to finish joints, keep out moisture and fill seams and other gaps. It is elastic, so it can allow for a certain amount of movement.…
  • How to fit a false ceiling

    A false ceiling has a number of advantages. You can make a room or hall more attractive, or you can use it to hide roofing beams or an unfinished ceiling.…
  • How to fit bathroom accessories

    Your toilet or bathroom isn’t complete without accessories like a towel rail, cup holder, bath towel ring, hair dryer holder, soap dish and shelf…
  • How to hang a mirror

    As well as in the bathroom and toilet, you can also hang mirrors at other places in your home – for example in the hall, living room or bedroom.…
  • How to fit a roller blind

    You can usually buy roller blinds in different sizes. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to find one that fits your window perfectly. But if not,…
  • How to fit Venetian blinds

    If you have standard-size window frames, you’ll probably be able to find Venetian blinds that fit exactly. Or you can ask the supplier of the window…
  • How to fit vertical blinds

    If you have standard-size window frames you can probably find vertical blinds of the right width. But it’s easy to adjust the width of the blinds…
  • How to replace a shower tap

    If your old shower tap needs to be replaced, it’s a simple job to do it yourself.
  • How to paint doors and window frames (indoor)

    Choose a suitable paint for the room, for example matt, satin or gloss. Gloss is a good choice for kitchen or bathroom, because it’s more resistant…