Shower Room Project Two

For this installation we were asked to remove the bath and create a shower room with plenty of storage. Once all of the existing materials had been removed from the room we began by installing the PVC ceiling panels and spot lights. The fitting of ceiling panels is a practical option as the ceiling will not need to be painted ever again. This is just one low maintenance option we offer.  From there we installed the shower tray, Multi Panels (another low maintenance option) and an “Aqualisa Midas Plus” thermostatic mixer.


To complete the first phase our engineers installed the vanity units and altered the pipe work for the heated towel rail. Our tiler then began, on this installation we created a feature panel in the tiles by using two vertical rows of textured tiles, these were located behind the heated towel rail to help add to the effect.


After the tiling had been completed our team went in to finish the bathroom. They completed the vanity units be installing the handles and plinth, the pan was secured in place and the basin was sealed in. The “Zehnder Quartz Beige” heated towel rail was fitted, filled and tested. This completed a modern shower room that is not only practical but looks great.