In many houses in the UK there is often a separate toilet & bathroom at the top of the stairs on the 1st floor – this layout is particularly common in semi detached properties.
Many times the two rooms are kept separate, with the toilet in one room and the basin and shower or bath in the other room.
Knocking the two rooms into one large family bathroom has a number of advantages and often suits the way people live today.
This project involved removing the dividing wall between the two rooms and making a new entryway into the space.
The design featured a large, 1400×800 shower enclosure that took up the entire old WC room.
The wall was knocked down and the old suite and tiles were removed on the 1st day – this is the messy, dusty bit!
During the following 2 weeks the bathroom was completed.
A tiled in bath was fitted into a supporting framework
The new doorway was made – this involved joinery and plastering trades.
The shower tray was fitted by the plumber and the walls tanked & tiled by the tiler.
Here you can see where the old wall was in the new scheme.
The bath was completed with a tiled in bath panel
A basin vanity unit provided storage space, and an attractive LED mirror unit with an integrated light and shaver point for electric toothbrushes etc was fitted above.
A very high quality shower enclosure was fitted with a twin head thermostatic mixer shower, which was chosen to compliment the customers current heating system.
We install quality bathrooms from start to finish, with all the bits in between taken care of.
We provide advice and guidance during a free site survey, and we have a blog with lots of articles that cover frequently asked questions and show you examples of our recent work.
We install bathrooms from start to finish, supplying all the necessary trades and project managing the whole process, so you don’t have to!
We supplied this bathroom suite from our local supplier and if a couple of bits needed swopping – no problem! (unlike when you buy off the internet) We also supply high quality suites with big manufacturers warranties – remember: pay cheap, pay twice!
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