The Benefits of a Wet Room
A wet room can add the wow factor to your home and be an excellent addition to the space, particularly if you have a second traditional bathroom. Wet rooms have many advantages and in our latest post, we discuss the many benefits of incorporating this style of bathroom into your home.
Of course, it goes without saying that wet rooms are a great option for those with restricted movements, such as the elderly or those with a disability. Although not always designed for this purpose, there is no need for a shower tray, ensuring easy access in and out of this facility.
Where the bathroom isn’t designed with easy access in mind, a raised tray may be used for the shower area, with a screen creating a partition between this area of the room and the rest of the space.
Design and Space
Wet rooms are a great way to make the best use of the space available. Wet rooms may be designed with or without a bath, and there is no need for a bulky shower enclosure. Wet rooms are open plan spaces and as all the water will be drained away directly down a drain in the floor, you have a wide variety of options when it comes to placing other items in your bathroom.
Cleaning the bathroom is a chore that not many of us enjoy doing. However, if you have a wet room, the maintenance of this space is lessened. As the name suggests, a wet room is a wet space, meaning that cleaning products can be used right around the space. If you have a floating basin and toilet, maintenance will be even easier as you will be able to clean the entire floor without any fittings stopping you in your tracks.
The Cheshunt Bathroom Centre
Here at The Cheshunt Bathroom Centre, we have been supplying and fitting bathrooms for many years. Whether you are looking to simply upgrade the suite you have to something more modern or would like to completely change the aesthetics of the space, we can help. Please call our trusted team today on 01992 426 666 or send your enquiry through to our online contact form.