Case Study

Accessible Wetroom Conversion, Cambridgeshire


The project's primary focus was to create a functional and aesthetically pleasing wetroom that would cater to the needs of disabled individuals while seamlessly blending into the overall design of the home.

Client's Brief:

The clients approached Excell Homes with a unique requirement: to design and construct a wetroom that would provide disabled access without compromising on style and aesthetics. Their vision was to have a space that felt welcoming, modern, and inclusive, rather than appearing overtly clinical or institutional. They emphasised the importance of achieving a balance between functionality and visual appeal.

Project Evolution:

Throughout the project, the initial vision remained consistent. Excell Homes worked closely with the clients to ensure that the wetroom's design, layout, and features aligned perfectly with the brief. The team's commitment to capturing the essence of the client's requirements resulted in a project that remained on track, with minimal adjustments needed along the way.


Challenges and Solutions:

Remarkably, the project progressed without any major challenges or unexpected issues. Excell Homes' expertise in accessible design and their thorough planning process allowed for the seamless execution of each stage. The team's attention to detail and commitment to quality played a crucial role in ensuring that the finished wetroom met all accessibility standards while exceeding the clients' expectations.

Location and Scope:

The project took place in the picturesque area of March, Cambridgeshire. Although the project was relatively small in scope, its significance lay in the meticulous design and execution required to create a wetroom that seamlessly combined functionality with style, catering to disabled access without compromising the overall aesthetic.

Positive Outcome:

Excell Homes' ability to translate the clients' vision into a reality resulted in an exceptional outcome. The completed wetroom offered the required disabled access features, yet it blended seamlessly into the home's design. The room showcased Excell Homes' attention to detail, as well as their dedication to creating spaces that cater to diverse needs while maintaining an inviting atmosphere.

Continued Satisfaction:

The success of the project left the clients thoroughly satisfied. Excell Homes' commitment to delivering as per the brief, coupled with their unwavering dedication to quality, affirmed the clients' trust in their services. The accessible wetroom not only provided functional benefits but also contributed to the overall charm and value of the property.

In conclusion, Excell Homes' wetroom conversion project in March, Cambridgeshire, exemplified their expertise in merging functionality with design. By meticulously adhering to the client's brief and crafting a space that catered to disabled access needs without sacrificing aesthetics, Excell Homes demonstrated their ability to deliver accessible and beautiful living spaces that enhance the quality of life for all occupants.


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