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Topic Title: Wet room for horses
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Created On: 12 January 2015 08:01 AM
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 Wet room for horses   - AJJewsbury - 12 January 2015 01:09 PM  
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dickllewellyn

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Morning all. A few thoughts required please!

A customer of mine is in the process of having a new stable block consisting of a store room for hay etc, a tack room, two stable boxes, and a wash bay.

My questions are mostly around the wash bay area.

Initially we were going to put an under sink water heater in the tack room, and the client was going to use a gas cylinder device for the shower handset in the wash bay. I wondered if we could do away with the under sink heater and use some kind of electric combi boiler type setup supplying the tack room and a basic mixer shower. Can anyone see any problems with this? Or have a better idea? Or know of a decent electric combi boiler that doesn't dim the lights in the village?!

In the wash bay itself, what are we looking at. We've got another debate goin on about when an area is a special location or not. The client would also like a socket outlet for plugging in clippers etc in the wash bay. I'm not comfortable with where to put the socket in relation to the shower. We put sockets next to outside taps all the time and people plug in pressure washers, but when it's a shower and a horse I think there's a bit more at stake.

The client would also like a horse solarium. From what I can gather this is basically a glorified patio heater that is suspended from the ceiling and is lowered down over the horse after a wash. Again, has anyone ever seen or fitted one of these?

Thanks in advance, and no jokes about lasagne or glue (well go on then if you must!)

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