| This bathroom had a rather poor electric shower and the previous plumber had fitted the bath taps with different pressures. This meant that if you run both taps at the same time you ended up with a hot water cylinder full of cold water!
The heating was also undersized and the room was therefore too cold in the winter.
The basin position did not make the most of the space available and was moved.
The corner bath also robbed precious space from the room and was therefore replaced with a curved shower/bath with glass screen.
Summary of work:
• Walls stripped and made good.
• All the plumbing was stripped back to the cylinder.
• All the new pipe work was chased into the masonry for a minimalist , contemporary look.
• The ceiling strip shower curtain was removed and new lights fitted with a dimmable pull switch.
• Suite installed.
• Walls and floor tiled.
• 3 bar, Power shower pump installed.
• Room decorated.
• The new bathroom has no visible pipe work and no unsightly boxing.
• Basin, bath, shower and toilet served by ‘Stuart Turner’ pump.
• Mushroom coloured porcelain wall tiles, offset by deep brown floor tiles, laid ‘brick work’ style.
• Floating countertop basin.
• Heating requirements addressed.