Here is our own newly renovated ensuite. Making better use of the space we created a double walk in shower, using glass splashbacks as an alternative to liners or tiles...
Level entry showers can look great, but they need some careful preparation so the water drains where you need it to...
Oops! I forgot the before shot on this one, but it was a full strip back to framing and rebuild. Something a little different...
"20/20 Glass Plus removed our old 'tired' ensuite then re-built and installed a new one which included project managing new flooring, gib replacement, plastering and painting, all electric and plumbing installations, tiling, fitting and supply of hardware.
We were kept informed at every stage of the renovation. He works with only skilled tradesmen and as a result work was completed on or ahead of schedule.
At the conclusion of each day's work the site was cleared and swept.
We highly recommend Andre Massey to you to install your new bathroom." Dave Sales
"Thank you Andre for turning our bathroom into a quality, upscale space... we just love it!"
"Andre did an amazing job of our bathroom, toilet and wash-house, his workmanship was just impeccable. The preparation work was just outstanding and he talked us through every step... he will not cut corners and such a hard worker, and always cleaned up after himself. Going the extra mile for his customers and always thinking outside the square.. all our friends and family rate his work as 100% quality... we would truly recommend Andre to anyone." Marlene
As you can see, frameless glass can be used in a variety of ways to suit the space you have and look you want to create. It can be mixed and matched with different hardware to give it that finishing touch. Most people choose chrome, but black powder coated hardware can look great too. Here are a variety of box showers I've done lately and then some of the inline showers...
Before this house's stunning view had been somewhat screened off.
Bit of a redesign, add a wall, have 20/20 Glass Plus pop a balustrade on top and voila, a view to be enjoyed
This bathroom was in need of a bit of a tidy up, with the floor lino having been damaged and patched up:
After being stripped back, with a new fall created in the concrete (to allow the water to drain better) and waterproofed, some new copper tiles were laid with some new tiles and shower linings on the walls.
Photos and comments from customers whose homes have been transformed.