shower unit


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The master bedroom has a walk-in dressing room and en suite with bath and hydro/steam shower unit.
The kitchen has a range of cream base cupboards and drawers, black speckled design work top surfaces, laminate flooring and double glazed French doors to rear garden, Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom with shower unit.
QWE want to replace our shower unit, but don't want to replace the bathroom tiles as we like them and they are still in perfect condition except for inside the shower unit where they are tired looking.
Wood laminate flooring to the porch and hall help to create a pleasant entrance, while carpets, some new, are fitted in the bedrooms, one of which includes an en suite with a double door glass shower unit.
It is believed the fire was caused by an electrical fault in the shower unit.
OVERNIGHT, as if by magic, a shower unit has appeared in the middle of the base.
Bedroom one has an attractive en-suite bathroom with free-standing, roll-edge bath and combination shower unit, a separate corner shower cubicle and vaulted ceiling.
With nothing quite as relaxing as a long soak in the tub, individuals often feel the simple solution comes in the form of a space saving shower unit, not realising that your bathroom should be an area to unwind.
It's easy to install - you just plumb it into your shower unit where the shower head hose comes out.
Maintained and kept to a good standard by the current owners, this house benefits from two double bedrooms, bathroom with new shower unit over the bath, separate WC, a good-sized sitting room with a brick fireplace with an oil-fired stove in situ - which also provides for the heating and hot water - and a well-fitted kitchen.
The ``blood'' on Judge's T-shirt helped push her to the front line of a decontamination center on the grounds of Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, a portable shower unit and triage center that would be activated should a disaster involving chemicals strike.