Whether you’re looking for an at-home spa to take a long soak in or chic functionality, we work in conjunction with bathroom designers to build you your dream room.
We recently completed the installation of this bathroom in West Sussex. The client was looking for a small space in their home to be transformed into a stylish wetroom.
Adding value – wetrooms are sealed, waterproof rooms and often have a sloping floor channeling water to the drain. This means there is less chance of leaks or damp compared to a regular bathroom, and therefore a wetroom will add value to your property. Not to mention it will look incredibly chic and modern to any prospective buyers!
Good use of space – if you have a particularly small space, a wetroom really optimises the use of that area as it eliminates the need for bulky bathroom fittings like large baths and shower doors.
Cleaning – keeping a wetroom clean is easier than a traditional bathroom. The open-plan style means you can get to those hard-to-reach corners, reducing the chance of mould and mildew.
Safety – Having a wetroom rather than a bathroom with a bath and shower is a safer option, especially for elderly residents or the less able as there is less manoeuvring required.