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.
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.
Yes, but no more than any other shower area.
Yes, we suggest using a coating of our anti slip paint if you have smooth tiles or use anti slip tiles on the floor of your wet room. That way it will not be slippery. And there is no hazard or risk of anyone slipping.
50ml water seal.
Depends on the products you want to use and the space you have in the floor. But usually yes its all one level, you just walk straight in then straight back out, you don’t have to climb over anything to step into anything to use the shower.
Yes. You wouldn’t get it designed; the majority of our drains can be used for free placement.
Nominal is a name for the size of the visible length of the product, for example, the 900mm Tegel is called nominal and the whole 900mm of the channel is visible. The visible length is nominal.
No, stainless steel regardless is not resistant to chlorine!
Cementitious powder tile adhesive (not pre mixed)