Wet Room & Level Access
With decades of experience designing and installing wet rooms and level access trays, we can help to create a space to suite your individual needs and taste. Our designs can be tailored to suite less agile clients without sacrificing style.
A wide range of finishes for walls including panels, tiles, glass and acrylic can be used to build you a truly stunning wet floor. Alternatively, a level access tray can be installed to be level with the existing or new floor. The advantage of the level access tray is that unlike the wet floor water is confined within the tray area.
Building a bespoke wet room or level access shower can take as little as three days to complete, depending on the room and requirements.
With decades of experience designing and installing wet rooms, we can help to create a space to suite your individual needs and taste. Our designs can be tailored to suite less agile clients without sacrificing style. With a wide range of finishes for walls including panels, tiles, glass and acrylic we can build you a truly stunning wet room. Alternatively, a level access tray can be recessed into the floor. Unlike the wet room, water is confined within the tray area.
Building a bespoke wet room or installing a level access shower tray can take as little as three days to complete, depending on the room and requirements.
We offer a free Wet Room design service.
Wet Room Installation
A former that looks like a thin shower tray is embedded into the floor and then depending on the style required either tiled over or covered by a vinyl sheet. All walls exposed to the shower are fully water proofed and finished with tiles, wall panels or décor of the customer’s choice. Wet rooms allow for maximum access and can reduced or eliminate screening as all the water on the floor is directed to the drain. In extremely tight areas, toilets and basins can share some of the shower splash area allowing a well-designed wet room to be smaller than a conventional bathroom.
In most installations, alterations to the existing pipes in your home can service a wet room, level access or low-level tray. If this is not practical an electric drain can be installed to pump away the shower water.
LEVEL ACCESS OR LOW SHOWER TRAY
To create level access shower, we will usually remove part of the floor to sink the tray and drainage so that the floor will be level with the finished floor. With shower trays designed to retain water within their area, in some bathrooms this may prove to more practical and less expensive than a wet floor installation.
Low Level Shower Trays
Low trays can reduce installation time and cost compared with wet rooms and level access trays, while retaining the most practicality and aesthetics of a level access shower. A 25mm thick tray is fitted top of your existing floor, with a step of around 20mm on vinyl floor as little as 10mm on a tiled or laminated floor.
In most installations alterations to existing pipes can service a low level or a level access tray. We can install an electric drain to pump away your shower water if necessary.