Shower room installation, Hesleden Road, Acklam

Suite supplied by Ben the plumber 20150313_134000The bath was replaced with a full length (1700 x 700) shower tray. A fixed screen with curved return was used along with chrome drip strip on the tray edge to ensure no water escapes from the shower area.

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20150313_133947The concealed shower valve was placed at the walk in end of the shower so that it can be turned on before entering the shower.

20150313_133933The shower valve controls the square ceiling mounted fixed head outlet

20150313_134009The light fitting was replaced with chrome finish LED downlights.

20150313_134026PVC gloss white ceiling panels with chrome infill worked well on this ceiling with an angle at the side.

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20150307_095617The window wall was built out here by a couple of inches to house the concealed shower valve and also so that there was no gap to be filled at the end of the shower tray.

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Bathroom installation, Newfield Close, Acklam

20150505_141908In this bathroom, the bath had previously been replaced with a shower tray. Now the new owner of the property wanted the bath back as well as the shower tray.

20150505_141409To do this, the toilet and basin were moved in slightly so the new bath could go where the original one once was.

20150505_141805Due to lack of wall space anywhere else, the towel radiator was fitted over the bath.

20150505_141918Frameless shower enclosure.

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20150505_141939Ceiling mounted watering can style shower outlet.

20150505_141647The concealed shower valve was fitted in the cupboard behind the bathroom, allowing for access should any maintenance be required.

Before and after pictures…