Bathroom Fitting Question

Wetroom conversion - advice appreciated

A house that I am looking to purchase has a downstairs wet room, including a toilet and sink, that was originally used, I assume, by a disabled resident. Although having this second bathroom downstairs is appealing, if I bought the house I would be keen to add a glass screen around the showerhead in place of the curtain that does the job currently. This would allow people to use the toilet without risking wet feet and would convert the wet room into a more traditional bathroom.

My question is this: Is this possible? If so, what would be a (very) rough estimate of how much buying the screen and having it fitted would be?

Thanks for your time.


2 Answers

Hi Chris, everythings possible.
The price of the screen depends widely on size and make but from 2-3 hundred upwards i imagine and half aa days work to install.

Answered 2nd May 2012

PB Design & Build

Member since 9 Feb 2009

£3-500 for a decent screen, with at least 6mm glass to give it some extra strength , and fitting again, within a mornings work and a few cups of tea !!! £120 fitting with consumables , waste removal etc.

Answered 4th May 2012

The Property Team

Member since 19 Dec 2011

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