I have been advised to block up my bathroom window to allow the fitting of a over-bath shower unit, as this is the only place it can be sited, but I am concerned that doing so will increase the amount of condensation in the room, which is a very small bathroom. Does anyone have any thoughts on this idea?
Thanks for the info' plumbob, but unsure if we should block up the window. Pity because we have already purchased the shower mixer to connect to our Combi Boiler system. Sorry for the delay in thanking you :D
Blocking up the only window should not be taken lightly, but from the regulation point of view as long as ventilation is available such as a timer fan then it is permissible.
I see bathrooms without a window from time to time. Often they are in small houses or en-suites that have been added later. They are dark and usually have left over odours, but if there is no alternative.....
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