When deciding to install, create or build a wetroom area within your house, it’s key to check and verify that you really are able to implement such a task within the chosen area.
Once the wetroom is installed it can bring many added benefits to a home, firstly cleaning a wetroom is incredibly easy, and with the open space it allows for a much more in depth but easy cleaning process, allowing you to access the shower area with ease and not tight areas to gain access to.
Using the wetroom shower you will notice that the area you are using is considerably more spacious than that of a smaller shower area, with the open area it allows much easier access for wheelchair and mobility users. You will also notice that the overall look of the bathroom is larger as in some instances a wetroom screen will not be needed or depending on the place that the screen is placed allowing to see through it will give a perspective of a more open area.
Wet rooms are constantly becoming the wide talking point of many Uk bathrooms, with their luxurious hotel designs and complementary sanitary ware they are becoming more and more affordable and don’t need to cost the end of the earth for installation and actually buying the goods. Many friends talk about wet rooms and always have questions which can be usually answered simply as the installation process of a wetroom is actually not that complicated, to avoid leaks the wetroom needs to be installed correctly by a competent person, and this can be a DIY’er or a trade’s person that specialises in the installation process of wetroom kits.
There are so many cool and awesome wetroom ideas that can be created, from using in wall boxes with LED lighting in them to make them a feature of the wall that hold towels and shampoos’ to LED drain gratings that get activated when water hits them and also many different styles of wetroom drain grates. These can range from tile insert grates where the tile actually sits in the grate to give a look that there is not drain cover, to funky stainless steel cut drains that utilise many different design types.
Many questions get raised about wet rooms leaking, a leaky wetroom usually comes down to the fact that corners have been cut during the installation process or the floor hasn’t been laid correctly, if installed correctly wetrooms are 100% waterproof.
Once you wetroom has been installed you would be amazed to the value that it can add to a house, as many wetrooms can be installed in smaller areas which are usually wastes, they can now be utilised, so this really can add valve to your property. However converting the main bathroom to include a wetroom instead of the shower can really allow you to redesign the bathroom without having to make too many changes to the layout. This can lighten the bathroom and also created a wide open space.