- posted 9 years ago
Thinking about completely refurbishing a bathroom this year. A largish
area is taken up by a built in cupboard which contains shelving for towels
etc and a vented indirect cylinder. It occurs to me that I could free up
sufficient space to install a walk in shower if I relocated the cylinder
upstairs in the loft space. The water tank is on a stand around 70cms
high so I wondered about installing a new unvented indirect cylinder which
would get around the problem of lack of head. There are a couple of
150x50 joists in the area and plenty of block walls supporting them.
Grateful for any comments or suggestions.