Planning a Bathroom or Wetroom Installation
Planning your bathroom or wetroom installation carefully can help you get the most for your money and make the best use of the space available. The most effective bathroom designs offer the user a space which is practical and functional but which is also a room that is comfortable and relaxing to use.
Since your bathroom is one of the most used spaces in your home and any new installation is likely to remain in use by your family and visitors for many years to come, it is important that your bathroom design offers a wide range of options for current and future use.
Originally posted 2018-05-07 01:01:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Advantages and Disadvantages of a Wetroom Installation
Installing a wetroom as an additional bathroom offers an extra washing facility for guests and residents whilst also adding value to the property. Wetrooms have become a desirable feature for home buyers and is perfect for small bathroom installations where a bath or shower takes up too much floor-space.
There is a large selection of wetroom styles available, so whatever your individual taste may be, you can find the perfect wetroom for you. Wetrooms can be fitted into almost any home and designed to suit any interior home decor.
Originally posted 2018-05-24 01:01:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
Bathroom Installations in Small Spaces
If you only have a small space available to create your bathroom, wetroom or cloakroom, there are many products which are sold in smaller sizes than the standard model. Hanging storage units and rails from the walls also frees up floor space which gives the illusion of the room being larger than it is.
Glass shelves, hooks and towel rails offer additional wall mounted storage. By installing heated towel rails you can benefit further from freeing up wall space which would be required for a radiator.
Originally posted 2018-05-20 01:01:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter
How to Remodel your Bathroom to increase Accessibility for elderly people
Accidents and injuries which occur within the bathroom are statistically more common amongst elderly people. It is important to consider accessibility options if you are expecting frequent visits from an older person or if you are inviting an older relative to move into your home.
The type of bathroom accessibility options that you will need to install will depend on the mobility level of the person that will be using the bathroom. Some of these improvements will require the help of an experienced trades person while a confident DIY enthusiast could undertake some of the other implementations.
Originally posted 2018-05-14 01:01:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter