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Wet rooms

Transform your bathroom into a watertight, luxurious safe haven

A wet room will transform your bathroom from conventional to contemporary. Carefully designed to make the most out of your space, they are free from obstructions and steps, enabling you to move around freely and independently.

With over 20 years of experience in helping people design their bathrooms to meet their practical needs, we understand that each customer has a different set of requirements. As a result, we offer a bespoke wet room bathroom design and installation service that is adapted to your needs. We care about the outcomes for our customers and would never install anything that was less than perfect.

Wet room benefits

With an impressive range of stylish design options to choose from including an extensive choice of mobility bathroom furniture, slip-resistant floors, easy clean walls and eye-catching colour schemes to enhance your space, we can create the perfect wet room design that works for you. This contemporary bathroom design offers the perfect solution for those with limited or reduced mobility who may require additional space for wheelchairs. Our luxurious wet room bathrooms offer the following benefits:

  • Step-free access – ideal for those that struggle with steps or require wheelchair access.
  • Open plan design – less obstructions make navigating your bathroom easier.
  • Thermostatic shower controls – adjust the temperature quickly and easily.
  • Safety shower doors – choose from a wide choice of tempered glass shower screens for increased strength (fixed and door styles available).
  • Additional safety – adding grab rails can help you enter and manoeuvre in the shower with confidence – available in a wide choice of designs.
  • Easy cleaning – adding watertight wall panelling can save so much time with no grout to clean!
  • Non-slip flooring – provides reassurance when manoeuvring around the bathroom.
  • Fast drainage – water flows quickly to a central drain point.

FAQs

The key distinction is that a wet room is normally open plan, with the water draining into a central drain in the ground, while a walk-in shower generally has a glass panel and its own drain.

If you use a wheelchair or have a caregiver, the screen and tray can be inconvenient. Call our team to explore which choice is best for you.

A partial wet room is easier to install and can be more cost-effective in larger spaces. Our surveyors will analyse your room and advise you on the best option for you.

No, when we build your wet room, we also install slip-resistant flooring which is suitable for both specialist medical footwear and bare feet.

The cost very much depends on what you need. We work through the options with you and agree on a design and a price, for peace of mind we always fix the price [JS16] before we start work. This means that if it takes us longer we won’t charge you more, unless we uncover something completely unexpected. We also offer discounts for the over 60’s, military veterans and, as part of our association with Alzheimer’s Society, for those with dementia.

You may qualify for help to cover the costs depending on your circumstances. Your local council can help pay for your new accessible bathroom installation. Our team can help advise you on whether you are eligible for the Disable Facilities Grant.

Get a quote for wet rooms in Maidstone

If you would like to find out how we can help create the perfect bathroom, then contact us to arrange a quote. Visit our bathroom showroom in Maidstone for expert advice or call us to arrange a free home survey.