Wetroom to Cloakroom Supply and Fitting in South Kilworth LE17
Our team of experts was approached by a new client who contacted us regarding a bathroom renovation project for a cottage based in Leicestershire. The customer made contact with us and we immediately organized an initial conversation, where we introduced the services provided by our bathroom showroom in Leicester. After a brief discussion about what we could offer, we shook hands and learned more about the client’s requirements. We booked an appointment to do a measure on-site straight away.
One of the core missions of the project was to turn an old bathroom space into a modernized, minimalistic, and comfortable interior. Considering the customer’s visions and ideas, we brainstormed a plan of action and were ready to get to work.
During the initial inspection of the space and the measurements, we exposed pipes along the walls from top to bottom and left to right. The original bathroom had a shower curtain with old white roof ultra flooring.
Once we began working on the project, the first thing we did was take the whole ceiling off. This step was necessary as the customer wanted to use the existing shower. To make this possible, we had to replace the shower bar and head. We also had to change the positioning of the plumbing onto the wall and track all the existing pipework.
We then continued to Install LED lighting on the ceiling, along with a new extractor fan, which provided more power than the original. We removed the old flooring and transformed it into a white room tiled floor. We plastered all the walls and installed a wet room shower panel as the desired minimalist, modern look did not require tiles. We only installed tiles in the flooring area.
Next, we painted the bathroom in the customer’s choice of colour. For a nice overall look, we also painted the woodwork on the window frames and the doors. We then installed the shower in brushed nickel to prevent the accumulation of too much chrome in the bathroom space. We also chose brush nickel for the trims, shower, enclosure, wet room screens, two flipper panels, tap, and waste.
We installed a green vanity unit, giving a new feature to the bathroom. New splash panels were fixed and finished off with brush steel trims. In addition, we put an upstand skirting of tiles around the bathroom. The floor was angled and positioned into the gully which had a fall on each side, enabling the water to safely channel out onto the drainage area.
We reinstalled the customer’s radiator valves and sealed all the corners, giving the room a clean look.
Throughout the whole project, the customer visited our bathroom showroom in Leicester twice, mostly to get the feel of the projects and to observe different ideas from tiles to panelling, getting the right feel for their cottage. The final result of our work was a very high-standard bathroom, which the customer was exceptionally satisfied with.
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