Here you can find answers to the most frequently asked questions about our products, product care and bathrooms. If your question isn't answered here, please contact a Svedbergs dealer.
How do I order Svedbergs products?
You order our products via a dealer.
How much do Svedbergs products cost?
Recommended prices including VAT are displayed on each product page.
Do I need to assemble the furniture myself?
No, the furniture is delivered ready assembled, so you can start fitting it straight away.
What should I do if I discover my product is damaged when I unpack it?
If a damaged product is delivered to you, contact the dealer who sold you the product.
How should I care for my bathroom furniture?
See our product care advice for smart tips on caring for your bathroom.
In what area of the bathroom can I install my cabinet?
You can find information about bathroom areas under Ready to go. If you are unsure where to position your cabinet, please contact your electrician.
How high up should I install my furniture?
Find the page relating to your specific product and click your way to Size & instructions. Click on the link Measurements for fitting to find information about the recommended installation height for your furniture.
How can I remove limescale stains in my shower?
Under Useful tips, you can find advice on removing various stains.
Can your heated towel rails be connected to the hot water system?
No. To prevent the risk of spreading harmful legionella bacteria, no heated towel rails must be connected to the hot water system.
What should I do if my tap leaks?
Dirt has probably collected inside the seal cartridge. In that case, you need to change the cartridge. You can find a new cartridge under Spare parts.
Must I submit a building notification when I renovate my bathroom?
You will need to submit a building application if your renovation includes making changes to the supporting structure or water and sewerage installations. If in doubt, contact your Local Building Committee. You must submit your building notification at least three weeks before starting renovation.