So why do we see this issue as a recurring cause for call-backs? The builder in this case echoed the sentiments often heard for installing showers screens on the external edge of the hob/nib wall. ‘The client wants the ledge for storing shampoos and soap.’ Builders believe they are doing the right thing by clients in asking them where they want to store their shampoo, but they are opening themselves up for issues further down the track.
So how can builders keep their clients happy and still make sure they install shower screens according to the National Construction Code (NCC) requirements? Actually, it’s easy and inexpensive. Just install a soapbox into the shower wall at the time of construction. Wet-seal franchisees are the experts at waterproofing soap boxes. This gives the client space inside the shower to store items, it also gives them a ledge outside the shower to store more items and satisfies the NCC requirements. Most importantly it eliminates the call-backs caused by incorrect shower screen installation.
For any other technical queries Wet-seal’s highly experienced technical expert Robert Rath is available to advise. Robert can be contacted on 0413 008 303 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, please speak with your local franchisee directly. Contact them via www.wet-seal.com.au/find-a-franchise