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When considering a bathroom renovation, many people contemplate the idea of a wet room installation. Of those who choose not to go ahead, the reasoning can sometimes be somewhat misguided. There are a number of myths surrounding wet rooms that have often been born out of poor experiences, the majori ...
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Condensation in a wetromm
If you find that you’re getting more condensation in your bathroom in winter, you are not alone. Condensation gathering on glass and other surfaces is a nuisance that can lead to unsightly problems like streaks in your glass and mirrors, or even damp and mould.Condensation occurs when water-laden, ...
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We've launched a new wetroom animation showing how to waterproof a wetroom using Tilesure - our new Waterproofing & Decoupling Membrane.The new animation brings the whole installation process to life. Why not watch it for yourself and let us know what you think? https://www.youtube.com/watc ...
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Wet rooms can be a great addition to any home. Not only are they stylish and contemporary, they’re also practical and luxurious.  Looked after well, wet rooms can last a lifetime (or at least for the lifetime of your tiles).  That is, as long as you install the correct products, gradients and wa ...
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The beauty of a wetroom is that it can be fitted into a surprisingly small area, making it a versatile showering solution when space is at a premium. However, no matter what size of wetroom you are planning, it’s important to consider the issue of splash areas when designing your wetroom.It’s fo ...
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Wetrooms in luxury homes
The question of whether or not to remove your bath and install a full wetroom is often controversial among estate agents. Depending on the market you’re selling into, the decision to renovate your bathroom can certainly have an impact on the sale of your home. Families with young children might pr ...
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When the British Standards Institute issued the latest codes of practice for BS 5385-1 (wall and floor tiling in normal internal conditions), it included a change in the regulations for tiling wet areas. The new regulations recommend that all substrates in a wet area should be waterproofed with a su ...
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With just a few minor changes, you can create an eco-friendly bathroom in your home. And going green doesn't mean you have to go without the pleasures of your bath, shower and home comforts.Here are 11 ways to transform your bathroom into a greener space:-When you're looking to renovate your bathroo ...
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Almost every building material within a home expands and contracts over time and with changes of temperature, but modern structures are even more susceptible to movement and cracking.Within a bathroom, this often applies to the substrate, whether it be a timber or a solid floor construction.The impa ...
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In case you missed it, Jim Langdon, Contracts Manager for Cast Contracting (CCL) parachuted out of a WW2 Dakota over Utah Beach in Normandy in May, the culmination of his Round Canopy Parachuting qualification and the climax to Guy Martins' Channel Four TV documentary "Guy Martin's D-Day Landing."We ...
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