Wet Rooms Tiling in St Albans
Wet rooms have become a major component of modern building design for both commercial and residential projects. Wet rooms are common in office complexes, hotels, gyms, and apartment buildings. On the domestic front, designs are constantly evolving, and more homes now have wet rooms. They are found in house extensions, bathroom extensions, loft conversions which include an en-suite bathroom, basement conversions amongst others. It is common to see full house refurbishments or renovation include a wet room as part of the design.
Wet Room Design
Our wet rooms St Albans design and installation service can help you convert an existing bathroom or spare room into an extremely luxurious and functional wet room that will improve your living conditions. We have designed and installed small wet rooms with toilets in homes with limited space. In addition, our team have converted a small existing bathroom or a box room into a functional wet room.
There are lots of wet room design ideas to choose from. Whatever your reason for desiring a wet room, our wet room expert team can guide you to a solution that works for you. Some of our designs can accommodate a walk-in-shower, wall mounted sinks and toilets without compromising the space available.
Wet rooms have also become essential for the elderly and disabled. We have hotels with wet rooms for disabled designed by our team. We also have wet rooms designed for the elderly in care homes or their own residences. Our team ensure that your wet room is designed in such a way that it drains properly.
Wet Room Installation
Our process is to install the shower floor built with a gradient of 2 degrees which slots into the floor to produce a perfectly formed shower area to allow for good drainage. The next step involves applying a waterproof mating to the wall and floor surfaces. Finally, we create a solid and water-resistant substrate of tiles and the wall and floor tiles are installed.
The cost of installing a wet room will depend on the size of the wet room, the complexity of the design or style, the type of tiles used and the cost of labour for tiling the walls and floors. There is no doubt that a tiled wet room floor is great in terms of hygiene, practicality, and aesthetics. In most wet rooms in commercial buildings underfloor eating is added so that it is not cold and uninviting in winter.