There are important considerations to take into account if you are going to install a wet room, for example we have to be sure that the floor is fully waterproof. Just as importantly are the walls, failure to prevent water from penetrating the perimeter walls of the wet room can cause serious problems within the structure. Completely tiling the wall can ensure that the walls are waterproofed, but this could be expensive and also very labour intensive too.
A much simpler and in many consumers opinion and far more attractive are the use of Wet Wall Panels, especially with the classical marble style finishes now available. The Wet Wall Panels will create a shower or wet room enclosure that will last for years. From a DIY point of view, Wet Wall Panels are simple to install with either tongue and groove joints or by using additional joining profiles, if professionally installed they offer a quicker cheaper method of lining a wet room. Wet wall sealant and adhesive is also required to seamlessly create a waterproof finish and robust, long-lasting installation.
Using wet wall panelling does not have to be restricted to wet walls as they can and often are, used for use in a shower enclosure, a bathtub or behind a basin, increasingly they are seen being installed onto a ceiling and they can be cut to size to suit the exact requirements of the room.
Our Wet Wall Panels come in a selection of stock sizes which can be trimmed, they are guaranteed to be 100% waterproof and will give many years of strong durable service. Users have found that they are both hygienic and easy to maintain, easier than tiles in fact.
For more information on the Wet Wall Panels, give our team a call on 0333 444 9 444 to ask a question about our products. For further information visit our FAQ section or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How to Select Wet Wall Panels
When selecting wet wall panels there are a few considerations such as cost, longevity and design. Firstly, with cost we wall panels can really vary in cost all the way from £100 to over £1000 meaning that regardless of your budget you can find wet wall panels to suit.
As remodeling your bathroom is something that you will do very infrequently it's important to make sure you really research what you are buying ensuring that your products have long guarantees such as Bushboard’s Nuance range for wet wall panels which comes with a 15-year guarantee.
People eat with their eyes first and this will apply to your bathroom too. Luckily there are a vast range of option’s with wet wall panels when it comes to design from a large range of colours to various stone affect finishes and even wet wall that has the appearance of if it were tiles.