Wet Rooms and Safety Showers

For the ultimate functional, stylish wet room shower, look no further than Bathing Solutions. With an Aquarius or Baroness style, you can put the simplicity back into showering and as your wet room will be custom designed to suit your exact specifications, you can enjoy a style which is literally made for you.

Wet room showers don’t come much better than ours, so if using a standard walk-in bath or shower just isn’t an option for you, take a look at just how much we can help. Our products are the epitome of style and comfort, which makes them a doubly fantastic addition to your home. They make stepping over shower trays a thing of the past, making entering and leaving the shower area safer and perfect for wheelchair access. They also have slip resistant floors and come with easy clean wall panels - no grout so no mould making it more hygienic.

You can also choose from wall and floor tiles in many stunning colours and will also come with additional products to improve safety such as grab bars, folding seats (wooden or padded cushion), thermostatic controls and half height screens are available for those that need assistance with bathing.

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The Aquarius

The ultimate wet room answer to bathing difficulties.

the aquarius

The Baroness

The Baroness showering system is exclusive to Bathing Solutions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are 3 of our most popular questions we get asked when enquiries are made into Bathing Solution's Wetrooms.

What is a Wet Room?

Put simply, a wet room is a waterproofed room equipped with a walk-in shower often designed for those with mobility difficulties. For those who have never heard of one, read further and you can discover the design aspects, installation and safety benefits of installing one in place of a traditional bathroom.

Whether you want to replace your shower room or create a bathroom from scratch, give or take some careful calculations, wet rooms are suitable for installation in a variety of property types. Read on for our one stop guide to understanding the ins and outs of the installation.

What are The Benefits of Installing a Wet Room?

It is not hard to see why one of the most popular trends in modern bathroom design is the wet room. Compared to a traditional bathroom set up, there are many benefits to choosing an open plan bathroom design like this one. As they are far more spacious and features a drain inset into a gently sloping floor, it is not only much easier to clean, it also boasts improved accessibility for those with impaired mobility (for example, those who require a stick or wheelchair to help them get around).

As an open plan design also offers space for additional features such as a grab bars and towel rails, choosing a wet room shower for easy access can help many individuals to retain their independence and privacy at home.

In addition to the many safety benefits they provide, it can also help to limit the water damage to your home. As an impenetrable membrane is used beneath slip resistant tiling, wet room designs are not only leak-proof but less likely to suffer the condensation damage seen in traditional bathroom designs.

Wet rooms are also compatible with all types of underfloor heating, ideal for saving on radiator space and perfect for that added touch of luxury. The number of spacious designs available at Bathroom Solutions also means that a wet room is also an excellent way to add a contemporary touch to your home.

What is the Installation Process if I Want a Wet Room Fitted?

Because of the damage that can occur as a result of a leak, it is always best to enlist the help of a professional company like Bathing Solutions to ensure that the installation goes as smoothly as possible.

It is important to bear in mind that the design of your wet room will vary depending on your requirements and the incline of your floors – for example, level access showering (which requires a drain to be installed vertically) is not suitable for buildings that don’t have sufficient space underneath. If installation is suitable, it is best to allow about three days for any works to be completed.

We will carry out a site survey, discuss your shower room requirements and drainage options before offering advice on design ideas. Generally speaking, adapting the room consists of creating a gradient along the floor which will direct the shower water into a channel and down a drain followed by waterproofing the surroundings. This gradient can be created either by planting a ‘false’ plywood floor and tiling over it or installing a ready-made shower former into the space.

Our Wetrooms

The Aquarius
The ultimate wet room answer to bathing difficulties.

The Baroness
The Baroness showering system is exclusive to Bathing Solutions.

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