Bathroom design and installation in Hertford

This beautiful bathroom renovation was carried out in Hertford by the LH Gas team. The customer approached us, knowing what they wanted, but unable to work out a suitable layout. Using our 3D Computer Aided Design software, our design team came up with ideas and presented the customer with accurate visual models of how the completed bathroom would look.

Our team developed a design that maximised the available space and gave a luxurious but practical feel which our clients agreed upon.

We recommended our customers attend a local bathroom showroom to find out more about the range of sanitary-ware available today.


At the commencement of the building works, all the old sanitary-ware was removed and internal walls were taken down. Remaining walls were stripped back to natural brickwork and the door and frame also removed. The customer had decided on a layout that required the wall between bathroom and back-bedroom be moved further back, adding extra space to the bathroom.

Walls were then rebuilt using stud frames. Designated wet areas were clad in 18mm ply-wood. Non-wet areas were bonded with 12mm moisture-proof plasterboard, plastered and decorated with specialist moisture proof bathroom paint. LH Gas don’t just build luxurious bathrooms; we aim to keep them that way for years to come.

The floor was constructed using ply-wood, and we installed a Ditra movement matt. This matt allows for heat expansion and the natural movement of wood. Underfloor electric heating was then installed before the floor was completely tiled.

Our design meant that walls were to be fully tiled in wet areas, while non-wet areas were half tiled and painted. All the tiles were installed using Bahl adhesive and grout coloured to match the tiles. As a feature, the bath-panel was to be mosaic.

The sanitary-ware chosen was from the PURA range. Twin wall mounted single basin units were installed and paired with mirrored vanity cabinets above. A P-shaped bath was then installed, which allows for more room in the shower area. Above the bath was an overhead shower.

A thermostatic blender shower valve with three-way diverter was installed. This allows you to select from three outlets from one valve. A retractable shower-hose was also fitted to the corner of the bath, and an overflow filler which removed the need for taps. Finally, a back to wall WC pan with concealed cistern was installed.

Finishing touches were added by having a luxury ladder towel rail installed. This was painted using specialist paint to match the wall tiles. To complete the modern look, water and moisture proof window shutters were installed.

This renovation was one of the biggest changes to this property and most definitely gave our customers a standard of luxury living. We are very proud to share this renovation as an example of work by the LH Gas Ltd team.


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