Can a wet room be installed upstairs?
Answered by Mint Plumbing & Bathrooms Ltd
11th February 2020
Mint Plumbing & Bathrooms Ltd answered the question "Can a wet room be installed upstairs?"
Yes, wet-rooms can usually be installed upstairs providing it meets certain key factors. If it's installed correctly / as per the manufactures instructions you should have no problems. A site survey should reveal the suitability or options of a wet-area maybe suggested dependant on the room layout & drain position/s | for more info/images visit www.mintplumbing.co.uk
Answered by BH Property Services
26th June 2019
BH Property Services answered the question "Can a wet room be installed upstairs?"
Wet rooms can be installed upstairs, as long as everything is fitted correctly and according to the manufacturers specification. Then it's no problem at all and a great addition to your house. Whether it be a full or partial area needed to act as a wet room area. It gives you extra options.
Answered by Lee Key Plumbers
22nd June 2019
Lee Key Plumbers answered the question "Can a wet room be installed upstairs?"
Wet rooms can be put upstairs or virtually in any space where you could take a shower. Wet rooms are very convenient as there are not shower trays to cause trip hazards or the toe stubbing problem. Ensure you get a reputable installer as the wet room should be in the room it is installed and not pouring through the ceiling of the room below. If fitted correctly wetrooms give a trouble free showering experience. One of the market leaders in wetroom waterproofing actually offer a lifetime waterproof guarantee, if there materials are fitted correctly to their instructions.
Answered by Heatwize plumbing and heating
5th June 2019
Heatwize plumbing and heating answered the question "Can a wet room be installed upstairs?"
A wet room can indeed be installed upstairs, or pretty much anywhere you like so long as there's space, incoming water and access to put in the waste. A wet room is simply an alternative option to having a bathroom. You have the shower floor and a shower door, but no bath and no shower tray. It makes no difference where you put the wet room.