Bathroom Fitting Question

Wetroom conversion with shower tray

I would like to replace my wetroom with a 1100 x 800 shower tray. If i go for 800 depth then the shower unit will have to be moved which is electric. How difficult is this as there was a leak and the floor has been ripped up and replaced with ply, i wont be going for special sealed vinyl but rather have lino,anyways my concern is choosing best shower tray with a bit of plumbing working space as the existing outlet trap is nearly embeded in concrete and dosent have much space to work. need some advice or any inspections welcome

2 Answers

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Answered 11th Jan 2012


Member since 7 Jun 2008

Moving the electric shower will be faily easy, but always bear in mind it must comply with building regs. The rest is a bit complicated, especially pipes embedded in concrete, this is a common problem. You have a general list of minor problems, all of which are fairly easy to cure, but you need a property refurbisher, not a plumber or a tiler of an electrician. You need the whole 9 yards so to speak. I am very happy to advise you.


Paul Albright

Answered 15th Jan 2012

Aspire Housing

Member since 23 Nov 2011

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