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salsi

I have a wooden floor but like the kind of shower recess that has no raised edges, just a sloped floor. I am thinking that this is only possible on a cement floor, which would be expensive to fit retrospectively. What is the advice from others?

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Bubbles Bathrooms

Hi Salsi,

We regularly retrospectively fit these type of showers on both wooden and timber floors and have been doing so for 20 years now. Bathroom specialists and experienced builders should be able to fit this easily. Installation cost should be the same and any additional cost would be the cost of the drain itself.

Hope this helps.

   
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suancol

It would be nice to see a bird's eye view of some bathrooms with dimensions as well.



   

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