Recent bathroom to wetroom conversion

Here is a bathroom to wetroom conversion.

 

This job was for a full rip out of the bathroom and conversion to a wetroom.

The bathroom was fully tiled with the bottom half of the room being tile on tile after being refurbished some years earlier.


Original bathroom installation

 The first job was to rip out the old suite and remove the old tiles.

 Bare bathroom walls

 Unfortunately as the old tiles came off so did all the plaster.

Wetroom wetdeck

The floor boards were removed, the floor was levelled out and new boards fitted along with a wet deck and drain.

Wetroom wetdeck

The floor was then ply lined ready to accept tiles.

Dry lined walls

The walls were dry lined and the room was ready to start tiling.

Wetroom tanking

Well almost ready the area still needed to be tanked just to make sure everything was waterproof

Bathroom installation ceiling

and the new ceiling boards and spot lights were fitted to cover up that old artexed look.

Tiled wetroom floor

Now the tiling begins with a 300mm x 300mm riven porcelain tile for that slip resistant finish needed in any wet situation. 

Tiled bathroom instalation

 A 600mm x 300mm porcelain tile for the walls

Wetroom wall floor 

and a 600mm x 150 mm tile for the shower area done in a vertical brick bonded pattern.

Wetroom enclosure

Once the room was fully tiled the shower, sink, toilet and new radiator were fitted along with a 2000mm x 800mm glass shower screen.

Wetroom installation 

Wetroom toilet radiator 

 Wetroom shower drain

Batroom ceiling spotlights

A lick of paint on the new ceiling and the extractor fan above the shower and once again my work here is complete.

 

 

 

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