Number of Bathrooms Required

Discussion in 'Builders' Talk' started by Pagloss1, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. Pagloss1

    Pagloss1 New Member

    I would appreciate a bit of advice regarding bathrooms to houses.

    In a two bed house would installing an ensuite bathroom into each bedroom instead of having a seperately accessed communal bathroom conform to building regs?
     
  2. With there be a further loo in the house, so's peeps - including visitors - don't have to traipse through a bedroom each time?
     
  3. Pagloss1

    Pagloss1 New Member

    Hi, yep there is a seperate toilet downstairs.

    To give a bit of background to my question the bathroom to the house is currently downstairs in a rear single storey extension. I want to move bathroom/shower facilities upstairs but as the extension does not extend to the first floor it can't go there and I dont want to reduce one of the bedrooms to a single room by using part of it to form a bathroom. The bedrooms though are both of a size where they could both take an ensuite shower room/toilet
     
  4. I can't see any reason, therefore, why BC would have a problem with that. I don't know for sure tho'...

    A quick call to BC?

    I'd have thought that 2 en-suites would be pretty desirable.
     
  5. joinerjohn1

    joinerjohn1 Screwfix Select

    I remember in the late 50's the "Ensuite" was kept under't bed, tha knerrs. Saved a trip down't garden. ;)
     
  6. Pagloss1

    Pagloss1 New Member

    You're showing your age now John !!!

    Thanks for the advice DA, much appreciated.
     
  7. builderlondonuk

    builderlondonuk New Member

    I don't think Building Regulation stops you from having ensuite bathrooms as long the ensuites are done properly

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  8. Yeuch - tacky
     
  9. getroofingquotes

    getroofingquotes New Member

    Best to have one communal bathroom for the family members and the guest usage. And one bathroom for the masters bedroom.
     
  10. I have to say I disagree - tho' it's only an opinion.

    Having en-suites is very desirable for most people. It's a 2 bedroom house, so any overnight guests will have their own bathroom.

    A day-guest will have access to the downstairs loo.

    Sounds ideal to me.

    Pagloss, I'd make one a shower and one a bath.
     
  11. Pagloss1

    Pagloss1 New Member

    Thanks DA, i'll do that.
     

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