Bathroom Layout Design Support From Advanced Showers – A Service For Contractors
Posted by Kevin Taylor
Poor indoor air quality in bathrooms and shower rooms is a problem in homes throughout the country, and homeowners, landlords, and businesses frequently spend thousands addressing issues caused by damp, mould, and inadequate ventilation.
Low quality air inside a home is associated with a range of negative health consequences, including irritation of the nose, eyes, and throat, as well as fatigue, dizziness, and headaches in some circumstances. Inhaled air pollutants, such as bleaches, mould and mildew spores, and dust, are also associated with allergic diseases and pulmonary conditions, including asthma, atopic dermatitis, and allergic rhinitis. Furthermore, in poorly ventilated properties, cold, damp, and humid air can seep into the plasterwork, floorboards, and masonry, causing long-term structural degradation.
Building Good Air Quality Into Every Bathroom
There are numerous factors that can improve air quality in an existing bathroom. However, good air quality begins at the planning stage, which is why we offer a bespoke bathroom layout design support service for contractors, in order to integrate good practices and ventilation into the bathroom layout from day one.
Contractors know what they are doing in terms of physically planning and constructing a high quality bathroom. Our support role comes in helping contractors optimise each design to promote good air quality, space utilisation, and ventilation. Long-term, this helps promote better indoor air quality, reduces structural and health concerns arising from damp, and ultimately delivers stronger and happier homes.
Longevity is another key factor that contractors should consider when designing a bathroom layout. A well optimised bath or shower room not only looks great and dissipates humidity effectively but also has a longer shelf life than a less well optimised one. Our understanding of the role of ventilation in bathroom planning can help contractors create bathrooms that are built to last, with fewer long-term maintenance and repair issues, and a subsequently lower lifetime cost of ownership.
Find Out More
If you are a building contractor, facilities management professional, or architect and are looking for support designing a bathroom layout that minimises indoor humidity and damp, please feel free to reach out to our team at Advanced Showers. Our team of experts will be happy to guide you through the process and help you implement a bathroom in your property or properties that is both functional and beautiful.
Call 01483 532020 today to find out more.
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