Wet rooms can be fitted into almost any home and can be design in a way that can complement any interior home decor, which makes them a great option! It doesn’t matter what your personal preferences regarding interior design are, because one thing is certain — wet rooms are a great solution for both modern and traditional homes.
Plus, by equipping your home with a completely waterproofed wet room, you are also taking preventing measures again issues caused by water and leaks. So, when it comes to the overall structure of our home, a wet room is a sound choice.
Wet rooms can be installed in both small and large spaces, but they work especially well in small spaces.
If you don’t want or need a bath, you can have it removed and have a shower installed instead. But if your bathroom is small, installing a wet room can help open up the area. On top of that, you won’t have to deal with bulky shower enclosures with doors or baths which take up a lot of space.
Also, if your bathroom has an unusual shape and you can’t fit a bath or a shower cubicle, a wet room is the perfect choice.
As the population gets older and the number of people with mobility problems increases, we often hear people complaining about how difficult it is for them to safely use baths. Without a doubt, both the ageing population and the disabled face impractical and potentially dangerous situations in their bathrooms.
Wet rooms weren’t originally created to assist those with restricted movements; however, they are particularly convenient for both the elderly and the disabled.
A wet room consists of a “walk-in” environment, that provides a much larger showering area than, for example, a standard shower tray. Wet rooms allow easy-access showering for anyone with mobility limitations; even someone in a wheelchair can usually access a wet room.
Additionally, you can add anti-slip surfaces, shower seats, and full body weight support rails and handles to wet rooms, making them extra safe.
We believe that nobody should have to settle for an impractical, sterile-looking, or featureless bathing environment.
Since wet rooms are 100% waterproof and they generally have fewer components than traditional bathrooms, you will be able to clean them quicker and easier than ever! Even more if fittings such as the toilet and the sink are wall hanged.
Usually, wet rooms have a modern and minimalist design, which makes them very attractive and sough after. Hence, if you are looking to sell your home in a near future, by having a wet room installed as a second bathroom, you will not only be creating another washing facility for both residents and guests, but you will also be adding value to your property at the same time.
Since they look incredibly stylish, wet rooms can add that extra wow factor to your home. So, if you are considering installing a wet room, give us a call — we will take it upon ourselves to create the perfect one for you.