Yes, wet rooms can be installed onto timber or a concrete floor, the only things that may differ is the product you may use in your wet room as some drainage systems fit into timber only and some only fit into concrete floor structures.
There are 3 parts to a wetroom, to create a wetroom you need: A room A shower so the water comes out A hole in the floor for water to leave again and a sloped floor to get the water to the hole. We sell the hole in the floor, the slope and tanking to [...]
There is a lot of different ways to do it; depending on your building, the size and shape you are working with, product selection and many other variables.
Using screens/barriers to stop the water.
It’s not the drains intended use but theoretically, they could be used on a driveway, but you will need to keep it clean.
There is no size or a shape limitation; the beauty of a wetroom is that it can be installed into any size bathroom. Thanks to the open plan feel of a wetroom and the minimal lines of a contemporary glass shower screen, even the smallest space can be transformed into a stunning wetroom.
It depends on the size of your wetroom, the amount of work involved and the products you chose to use as prices differ.
No, if you need to get to the trap for any reason such as to clean it, then the grating simply lifts out giving you easy access to the trap.
The benefits are that it looks better than a traditional shower, you can have any size or shape you want, and there is floor level access, minimum maintenance, and stylish, modern design. You can also get drains, which are nearly invisible. Wetroom drains can move more water than a standard shower drain. A wetroom can [...]
They have the possibility to leak (installer competence) they are more expensive, and also more time consuming to fit. If not done properly you can have a lot of problems.