So today's the second day of plastering in the new extension so whilst we wait we thought we'd write an article on wet rooms. Before we began we looked around and found we could embed videos right here onto the website, so a quick chat with Impey and they pointed us in the direction of their "how to" video! Call in to see how we can help with your very own wet room.
So on Monday & Tuesday next week (5th & 6th of June, 2017) the yard will take the shape of a car park, being tarmacced ready for the handover on 12th June. All access for cars is out during these two days. Ongoing access is still a contentious topic. Fortunately, our customers are amazing and have stuck with us throughout this process. The new expansion is coming along really, really well. We've got the plasterer booked for the 15th June and once he's been we can move forwards quickly and begin installing the new displays.
Mid March, 2017, we agreed to expand our showroom by a further (approximately) 1000 sq ft with 15 new displays including a brand new kitchen area. Progress is steady as it is all being done in house which allows for a completely bespoke project, changes can be made where we see fit. We are working around our customers, ensuring their satisfaction remains paramount. During this expansion process we are open as usual and simply ask for your understanding as some displays don't look quite their best as we continue to make changes.
If you'd like to see how we're progressing, do check back often or call into the showroom.
We completed and confirmed this design a couple of months ago and began the install earlier this week. We went along this morning to see how it's progressing and had a quick chat with our clients who are delighted with everything so far!
There was a lot more work here than we had originally realised. The old shower had been leaking which had caused the original chip board floor to effectively turn to peat - you could literally squeeze the water out of it with your bare hands! The old plaster board came away with the tiles so that had to be replaced, too. Something a little more unusual was the stud wall between the bathroom and bedroom was built on the rotten floor so as well as replacing the floor and walls we had to also ensure the wall was properly supported!
With more complicated installations such as this one things can change and by adapting to the...obstructions...presented to us by the room (especially older properties and plumbing systems) we can overcome any problems professionally whilst keeping the installation on schedule.