Wet Room vs Bathroom?
When it comes to choosing a wet room or bathroom it can be difficult to decide the advantages of each. Here at NBC Construction, we provide distinct designs of both. We believe your bathroom or wet room should be an extension of yourself. Your home should reflect you! Here are the pros and cons you should consider when choosing a wet room or luxury bathroom.
The Pros and Cons for your Home?
A distinct positive of a wet room is related to its size. Due to its openness in design, a wet room is easily accessible and practical for all. We provide turnkey solutions that cut to the heart of your refurbishment desires.
Our in house architect and design team can accommodate to any scale or structural requirement your wet room requires. Our tailormade wet rooms utilise the highest construction standards so your home stays nice and dry.
Wet rooms have become increasingly popular over the last five years. This is not only due to the stylish and sleekness of their design, but also the significant value a wet room can add to your property. A wet room is certainly a feature of the modern day home.
Bathrooms are a staple room in any home. When compared to a wet room, bathrooms tend to have more flexibility in design.
Although both rooms allow for an unmistakable personal touch, due to the variation in construction, a bathroom could allow for more creative freedom. Whether it’s a rich classical finish or an exclusive contemporary design you crave, We take our time in helping you find the bathroom that’s right for your home.
Design Pros and Cons
A wet room is simply a space without clutter and without mess. There is no need for a shower curtain or screen.
We pride ourselves on polished and refined home environments that not only look stunning, but are also practical, and our wet rooms certainly fits this criteria.
A shower head can be mounted on the ceiling or wall of the desired room, and accompanied by a deeper drainage system.
We incorporate a syrup like membrane to all our wet rooms. Our in house builders will remove the original tiling from the room and then apply the membrane to all surfaces. This stops any water damage to the structure that could potentially damage your home. Rest assured that your home will be subjected to the highest industry standards.
Due to the expansive nature of a wet room’s layout, water covering parts of your bathroom is invertible. Sometimes making it tricky to keep towels dry. Nonetheless, our architects have very clear design ideas to overcome this challenge.
An NBC bathroom will incorporate efficiency in arrangement and elegance in design. Regardless of space, our bathrooms will provide both comfort and performance. The pros and cons of a bathroom really depend on your individual needs. When compared to a wet room, accessibility could be an issue.
Due to the classic construction of our bathrooms, space is always an aspect we mould to fit your needs. But, if it is simply shower capacity you require then we suggest you choose a wet room.
Which is Right for You?
Well this entirely depends on you. Our design team will help and guide you through the structural decisions of this process, so you never feel out of your depth. Perhaps you require a vintage, more classical design for your home. Then our luxury bathroom will work for you.
Or perhaps you value a modern stylish look. Then our wet rooms provide a plethora of possibilities. The pros and cons of both really depend on you as the individual.
Get in Touch
From stand out bathroom designs to modern wet room spaces, please contact us on 01252338801. Or complete our contact form and we will reply as soon as we can.