Tips to Help You with Your New Shower And Bath Conversion

Shower & Bath Conversion offers the opportunity to create a luxurious bathroom in your home. Although the majority of homes are designed with a ‘dwelling’ in the ground floor, a very small percentage of homes are actually fitted with an above ground swimming pool and shower/bath area. The shower area is normally sunk into the ground, whereas the bath area protrudes outwards from the main building. This means that once the plumbing is carried out and all the work is finished, a large portion of the room can be considered as unusable. Therefore, it makes sense to invest in a shower and bath conversion if you plan on using the existing space for another purpose.

A shower and bath can add significant value to a property, especially in terms of resale value. By fitting a new room in your house, you can increase the available living space by maximizing the available floor space. You will have far more room in your bathroom for shower accessories such as shampoo and soap holders, as well as towel rails, shower doors, bath rails, and towel hooks. In addition to making your bathroom look much better, a new design can also make it feel more spacious, by adding more wall space and pulling the room together. This creates a new sense of harmony in the bathroom – you can almost smell the timber burning in the wash basin.

It is extremely important that your new shower and bath area are a good match to the rest of your house, so it is imperative that you take accurate measurements before you start anything. These measurements can usually be made using a tape measurer or a pencil and paper, but a good set of measurement points should be taken using a Brinka tape measure for the best possible results. If you are using a tape measure to measure, you should also take into account the spacing between each wall, as well as the height of any surrounding walls.

One of the most important factors in a shower and bath conversion is the flooring, and in particular you need to ensure that your shower doors open out safely and can pass through the floor easily. To do this, you will probably need to fit special drainage tiles to your floor. Before you buy these, however, it is worth checking with your local council to find out whether there are any types of non-slip tiles available, as they can make a big difference in terms of safety.

Another very important thing to consider is the actual plumbing and fittings that you have fitted. If you don’t use high quality fittings and materials then this can cause problems with your shower and bath conversion. For example, using cheap stainless steel pipes for your plumbing can lead to rust, which is a serious risk if you are using water in this area. You can avoid this problem simply by choosing to buy high quality products.

Once you have fitted your new shower and bath, you will almost certainly find that your old shower has become outdated! To make things look even more exciting, you should choose to install a new shower curtain as well. This can really help to add style and elegance to your shower area and you’ll love how it changes the look of the room. In fact, you might even decide that it’s worth replacing the flooring and re-finishing the bathroom. Your shower and bath conversion will not only look fantastic, but it will be safer too. For more info on shower & bath conversion visit click here.

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