Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading bathroom design experts, and we help home owners and property developers choose bathrooms and fittings to suit their property every day. This includes fitted bathroom furniture. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about installing a concealed shower in a wetroom.
What are the considerations for concealed showers in wetrooms?
There are a range of important things to consider when installing a concealed shower in your wetroom. These include:
- The space for plumbing- in a wetroom it is likely that your walls will be tanked to keep your home safe from water damage. This means you will probably need to add a fake wall behind which the plumbing for the shower can be concealed. This is a straightforward process but is something you will need to ensure is completed before shower installation.
- Style and design- in a wetroom the showering area is as large as possible. And this means that small shower details like the taps and controls can look out of place. Instead large rain head shower fixtures, and larger taps and thermostat controls, can be a great way to make the most of the space. Of course, you will need to consider the style and design of these features in relation to the overall interior design theme. But with a range of options for both traditional and contemporary design, you can be sure to choose the perfect option for your wetroom.
What are the advantages of concealed shower design for wetrooms?
There are a number of advantages to choosing this style of shower design for your wet room. These include:
- Stunning design
- Creating a luxurious and sophisticated space
- Increasing property value
For more information or advice get in touch with Preston’s bathroom experts today, here at Homematas. Or why not take a look at our range of bathrooms, showers, and fitted bathroom furniture online?