Choosing the ideal wet room drainage system shouldn’t be taken lightly. Even if you don’t consider it at this moment, having the perfect drains can change the level of satisfaction in your life. At this moment, when all is working just fine and dandy, you might not have even noticed the drain from your shower area – let alone the other one, from your wet room area. And you haven’t noticed them because they are still functioning in the prescribed parameters – most likely, they aren’t clogged and they still look pretty neat, as inconspicuous as possible.
And maybe that is why you are able to enjoy your daily showers – because the drainage system doesn’t make any weird sounds. Or maybe it is because you haven’t noticed water overflowing and becoming stagnant between the tiles. Or maybe you haven’t noticed the small punctures, the infiltration of water beneath the pipes. So your wet room drainage system is working properly, you might say.
But what if it wasn’t? What if, each time you entered the bathroom, you felt the musty smell of the water beneath the tiles? What if, because of the clogging, your drains couldn’t handle all the water flow and, thus, the water would overflow on the bathroom floor? Things wouldn’t be all right at all. In such cases, and even if you just want to give your wet room area a new facelift, there are tons of possibilities. From ready-made shower drains to customized one, everything is possible and everything can be adjusted to your own requirements.
But forget all about the ready-made shower drain (which is, most likely, the one that has failed you) and forget all about the classic standard points drain. If you intend to make a change, why not make it with style? The present days belong to the stainless steel linear shower drain, which also comes in about all shapes and sizes.
When choosing you linear drain, you should though take into accounts some factors, such as the tiling from your wet room area (whether it should also be changed or not), the opening of the wet room drainage system, the type of grating for the drains, as well as others. As said, each of these features can be adjusted according to your own requirements. Thus, you can have a stainless steel linear shower drain, with waves imprinted on the grating, alongside any kinds of words. In the same way, you can keep it all classy, with a simpler design, which would make the drain as discreet as possible – somewhere in the corner, or tightly on the wall.
This isn’t just about the design – while the linear drains are more flashy (in the case of the led lighted ones, they are literally flashy) and are a little more expensive, they are also easier to maintain, as well as more durable. In this case, you will surely make a decision which would prevent you from changing the wet room drains too soon. With the proper maintenance, it could last for more than you would believe.
But these are all things that might happen – for the moment, everything is just ok with your own wet room drainage system. For the moment, there is no need to change it – but are you certain about that?