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    How much space would be needed to make a decent wetroom?

    Bathroom Specialists

    Hey! How much space would be needed to make a decent wetroom? I’m considering having one installed sometime next year and would like to know how much room will be needed.

    Asked by MRS DAKIRI on 19th Jan 2022
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    Lions Head Property Solutions

    It all depends upon what is all included in this area. Shower, toilet and hand basin?
    With the correct installation, there should not be a problem.
    I have completed some this size and a bit smaller."

    Answered on 20th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2019 - report
    J clay installations

    "Hi. I have a wet room at home which measures approx 1.8 metres x 1.8 metres, this is more than adequate. Planned right and configured correctly this size could be reduced. Hope this helps."

    Answered on 20th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report
    Applewood Interiors

    "Hi, Just finished a wet room and the room is 1.2 x 1.8m. Plenty of room for the shower, WC, basin and a small radiator. Mike"

    Answered on 20th Jan 2022 - Member since Jan 2022 - report

    "A wet room generally can be as big as you want it to be as long as you can fit drainage in the floor and the underneath of the room is correctly designed for it if it is an upstairs room there’s not really a problem if it’s a downstairs room and it’s into foundations you would want them to be sorted out first see you had drainage into the clean water sewer. As I say it is totally up to yourself what size do you have at the minute that you are planning to change from is it a bedroom your existing bathroom or will it be a new build. I suppose you would want enough room to move around inside the wet room and maybe you would like to be able to put some sort of shower curtain or shower screen in the wet room so you could keep a towel inside so once you’ve finished cleaning you have dry towels to use or a separate small changing room we could call it say you had a porch Ant Her house you’d have a changing room answer your wet room"

    Answered on 26th Jan 2022 - Member since Nov 2021 - report

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