We offer a complete design, supply and installation service for your new bath or shower room, including all goods, plumbing and tiling. We can remove existing dividing walls and doors, creating a more open space if required. Walk in showers and wet-rooms make for easy access and showering experience. we also offer an excellent supply only service.
All plumbing is completed with copper welded joints, as opposed to plastic push fit fittings. With such a wide range of suppliers and design options we are sure we will be able to create the perfect new bath or shower room for you, incorporating the latest or traditional of designs.
Below we have outlined some of the options that are available for todays modern bathrooms. Should you have questions in relation to sizes and options, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01903 501796 or via our enquiry form with your requirements.
Standard shaped baths are available in a wide range of sizes and styles, which normally offer a good relaxing position and grabs.
Shower baths are designed to offer a good showering area within the the bath itself. Usually with a non slip area, and come either with a square of P shaped showering area, with a dedicated screen over.
Free standing baths come in a wide range of styles, and options, from ultra modern, to more traditional slipper baths with feet.
Quadrant and offset quadrant showers are great when a wall to wall option is not available. The offset quadrants unlike standard quadrant with equal sides, have differing lengths and cater for optimizing the showering area.
Wet rooms are very convenient for easy access to your showering area, with no doors, you are able to just walk in. Wet room showers are normally installed within a suspended floor situation, and have the option of either no glass, or a single sheet to contain the water. The tray is recessed within the floor, keeping the floor at one level.
Hinged, pivot, or bi-fold doors offer the greatest opening size for a doored enclosure. But can limit the options within your bathroom, as the doors open outwards, half way, or as a concertina.
Digital showers are very versatile as they can be fitted in a variety of locations and offer the force of a pumped shower without taking up the space. They are very sleek and minimal in design and usually can be operated on a remote controlled switch.
Concealed and exposed valves are normally thermostatically controlled allowing for a safe, convenient, and controlled operating temperature. Exposed valved are externally mounted on the wall, as opposed to a recessed valve which is embedded within the wall cavity
Two and three way diverters are used to allow for an additional shower head, bath filler or body jets. When using the shower valve one dial is for the on/off, one for the temperature, and the third to divert the water to the additional source.
Semi recessed basin are used with fitted furniture, limiting the projection into a room by incorporating half of the basin within the furniture itself. Sat on basin are also used on furniture but are normally fitted on deeper furniture.
Pedestal basin are the free standing option, and come either as a full length pedestal to the floor or a semi pedestal, which is fitted to the wall and offers a more minimalist option, and also easier access should you prefer to sit nearer the basin.
Todays WC’s come in a variety of options for todays bathrooms and cloakrooms. Either Back to wall, or wall mounted for fitted furniture, or a standard close-coupled WC with the waste to the floor or out of the wall. Most modern toilet seats now come with a soft close option.
Bath taps and fillers come in a variety options, either as separate individual hot and cold taps, or as a modern mono bath filler or a bath shower mixer, allowing for a diversion to a shower riser rail and head. Using a two or three way diverter a bath filler / overflow can be installed on a bath, eliminating the need for taps altogether as illustrated.