Wetroom Installation

How to install your wetroom products

Fixing a level access wetroom onto a traditionally constructed board and joist floor is straight forward but it’s recommended the work is carried out by a qualified professional. A feasibility site survey should also be carried out in advance to ascertain the length, direction of the waste and joists etc.

Below you will find instructions for installing on both wood and concrete floors.

Wood Floor - Level Access Installation

Follow the steps below or alternatively download Installation Instructions to print out.

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Wood Floors - Step 1

Remove floorboards to the nearest joist where the shower tray will be located.

Wood Floor - Step 2

Install the waste ensuring adequate run off.

Wood Floor - Step 3

Fix timber supports in between joists - these should be fixed low enough to bring your timber panels to the top of the joist.

Wood Floor - Step 4

Fix timber panels to support ensuring a level deck at joist height.

Wood Floor - Step 5

Fit shower tray and floor panels to entire floor area using board fixing adhesive and screws.

Wood Floor - Step 6

Seal all joints and fixings with waterproof joint sealing tape and corners. Your level access wetroom is now ready to tile.

Concrete Floor - Level Access Installation

Follow the steps below or alternatively download Installation Instructions to print out.

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Concrete Floor - Step 1

You will need to cut out the concrete floor to recess the waste and tray where appropriate.

Concrete Floor - Step 2

Fit the horizontal waste into position.

Concrete Floor - Step 3

Fit the shower tray into position using fixing adhesive.

Concrete Floor - Step 4

Fit waterproof corners.

Concrete Floor - Step 5

Fit floor panels to entire floor area sealing joints with waterproof joint tape.

Concrete Floor - Step 6

Your level access wetroom is now ready to tile.

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