Wet RoomsVery popular on the continent for a number of years, the wet room has been slowly making an appearance in British homes since the late 1990's. Wet rooms not only add value to a property, but can make the showering experience even more delightful than in a traditional enclosure or cubicle. The main difference between a wet room and a shower enclosure is the lack of tray. A gradient in the floor helps to drain water, and a glass panel is used as a showering barrier.
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Wet Rooms - Why they’re Outasight!11th April 2013 At Heatandplumb.com we offer a wide selection of wet rooms and accessories and have recently uncovered the hidden secret to water protection in your bathroom!
The new range of Hide Away screens have been designed for use in a variety of applications and offer a successful solution which is also unobtrusive and retains the style of your bathroom. The main benefit of wet rooms is the ease of access they provide, particularly for those with a disability, however for homeowners looking for a more discreet and space-saving option than a glass enclosure, these screens are perfect.
As well as being ideal for use in wet rooms, this new collection of bespoke Outasight screens is also suitable for the smaller bathroom or in those with unusual or awkward spaces or which have low/sloping ceilings as well as baths situated under a window. Available in either white or chrome and a wide choice of sizes to suit your particular requirements, Outasight screens are also expanding, therefore can be stored away and kept virtually hidden when not in use.
This innovative product is just one of the latest we have to offer for wet rooms at Heatandplumb.com; why not take a look at our extensive selection and customize your showering area in style? At affordable prices and with a manufacturer’s guarantee of quality, these screens are gaining a reputation for being Outasight!
Impey Aqua Wet Rooms at heatandplumb.com10th March 2013 When it comes to showering solutions for the disabled, Impey are leaders in the field of Wet Rooms. At Heatandplumb.com we are pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Impey by Coram International, a company with a worldwide reputation for innovation. This is good news for customers looking for reliable, high quality products with an emphasis on style and user-friendly design to provide a viable solution in the disabled bathroom.
Wet Rooms are an elegant and desirable option for most bathrooms and offer both a luxurious, contemporary feel as well as an efficient use of available space. With more than 200,000 successful Aqua Dec installations in the UK alone, Impey are specialists you can trust.
The Aqua Systems range of products are manufactured to function perfectly with flexibility and freedom being the key elements, to offer the luxury of space with an uncluttered simplicity which allows unlimited potential to create a uniquely personal showering experience. With customer care at the heart of every Impey product, Impey Aqua Systems offer Wet Rooms to suit both timber and wooden floors and are compatible with a wide range of shower screens and accessories.
At affordable prices to suit every budget, Heatandplumb.com are proud to supply the Impey Aqua range with a manufacturers’ lifetime guarantee of satisfaction.
Wet Shower Rooms are very much in fashion. The simple principle of being able to walk straight into your showering area without having to climb over a shower tray and shut a door behind you is popular with many people. They can also be installed in many different locations such as on a concrete floor or upstairs between joists.
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Wet Room Showering - Bigger and Wetter...Showering has come leaps and bounds as more homeowners are ditching the shower tray and shower doors and taking this option.
Showering used to be a simple affair – a small shower cubicle to step in and out of with a carefully placed mat to catch the drips. But now showering has reached a bigger, and wetter, level – meaning you can get your bathroom as wet as you want! Bathrooms and kitchens sell homes, and during the credit crunch homeowners are finding new ways to add value to their homes rather than opting to sell and upgrade. Converting a cupboard space or utility room into an en-suite or additional showering space is a good way to add value. This option means you don’t have to squeeze in a shower tray or shower screen, you can simply opt for a wet-floor. A wet room is one way of ensuring a small space is optimized – turning the bathroom into an open plan room to appear much bigger. Tiling the entire wet room space is a seamless way for water to run away without hassle.
A new Showering ExperienceAssociated with luxury and indulgence it may be, but installing wet room showers is more affordable than ever. The concern for some is that showering in an open space could lead to leaks – but the waterproofing systems available mean it won’t, no matter how much showering you do. Appealing not just for those who like the luxury of space when showering, but functional and practical alternatives to traditional showers for the elderly or people with disabilities – there is no shower tray or cubicle to clamber in and out of.
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Wet rooms choices bring individuality to your bathroom
15th July 2011 Wet rooms are becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to the more conventional shower cubicle and with good reason.
Wetrooms Sell Homes
Desirable as more people hoping to sell their property are waking up to the boost a wetroom can give their bathroom.
For Shower Lovers
A nation of shower lovers change tact in the washroom.
For Real Shower Power
If you want your bathrooms to pack a punch with a power shower, this is the ultimate investment.
Revolutionise your Bathroom
Transform a dull, tired bathroom into a desirable, modern, luxurious one.
A Lifestyle Statement
Say something about your sense of style, your status and your lifestyle.
Considerations when choosing a wet room
A proper wet room should be completely water tight and is usually only fitted with a shower.
A solution to help elderly and disabled
South Norfolk council bosses are now providing better help and facilities for the elderly and disabled.
Why choose a Wet Room
Add value to a property on a feature increasing in popularity.
Advantages and Disadvantages of a Wet Room
A great way to shower but they aren’t always the best showering solution…
How to fit a wet room
Once you’ve decided on the design of your wet room you need to start researching them
This concept originates from Scandinavia, where they do not have shower trays. Instead a waterproof membrane is installed underneath the floor and wall tiles.
Creating an effective wet room
Ideal for small and large bathrooms as they have no need for shower trays or cubicles. They add a sense of space and dimension.
Get a luxury wet room in your house
Very often fitted after people use them on holiday as they are so easy and simple to maintain. However there may be problems in the United Kingdom because of the damp climate.
Creating a stylish Wet Room in your bathroom
Duchy has expanded its range to introduce a designer collection of wet room shower screens
Coram offers wet room alternative
'An attractive addition to homes'
Wet room products on show in Birmingham
Wet Room Showering - 'offer space'
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