Bathroom Design & Installation Guy Comes Up Double Trumps

I do love a good bathroom.  I had my own bathrooms ripped out and completely modernised a few years ago.  Out went the basic rectangular shower cubicle with the ghastly dripping and lacklustre shower unit supplied with the house.  Out also went the enormous hand washbasin that stuck out like an oil tanker in a canal.   I employed a dedicated bathroom designer and installer, luckily already known to me through a colleague.    He looked at the existing features, asked me some questions about my future needs with mobility issues and formulated a plan.  Within a couple of days, he had presented me with ideas as to how to turn the room round to be more effective in every day use and he suggested up to date equipment that would last for years and be useful and of great help to me every single day.   This included a push button power shower with separarte motor in the loft for mine and the family bathroom shower.  Push button loo flush insted of struggling with handles.  And . . . a smaller, neater handbasin installed with the workstop surround.    It is still all wonderful, some years later.