wet room

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wet room

n
a type of water-proofed room with a drain in the floor often serving as an open-plan shower
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The only problem is that wet rooms can be expensive because of the waterproofing and tiling involved.
Impey make screens for wet rooms that don't penetrate the waterproof floor.
We've touched quickly on bathrooms before - and we'll be coming back to them grand scale in coming weeks - but for today we've got a shower of ideas for wet rooms, sprinkle jets and all manner of stand-up douching opportunities.
John Sydney's bathroom collection is increasingly specified in domestic bathrooms and wet rooms, new home developments, hotels and conference centres.
Desirable finishing touches include wet rooms with spot lighting and oak internal doors.
In today's property market, homeowners are yearning for modern home improvements, with home cinemas and wet rooms high on the wish-list, according to a survey of 2,000 homeowners completed by Anglian Home Improvements.
When Fat Lads on Bikes heard about Millie, they began fundraising in November and, alongside co-sponsor Brian Nunn of Erimus Web Creations, have already raised PS4,000 in addition to securing many tradesmen and items needed to complete the sensory and wet rooms.
Darren and his team are also bathroom specialists and regular fit wet rooms, shower cubicles and full bathroom suites in the local area.
Air Exhaust Heat Pumps extract warm air from wet rooms and pump it back into the domestic hot water and under ?oor heating.
FEATURING four bedrooms, two wet rooms and a bathroom, this impressive semi-detached property is a spacious family home in a much sought after residential area.