Bathroom design and construction can present a number of issues for property developers that often cause construction delays and additional expenses. As a result, a cost-effective solution that improves installation time is much in demand.
Smart bathrooms are pre-manufactured and then built into the residential unit. This cuts the time required to build a bathroom by more than 30 percent compared with conventional techniques. Smart bathrooms can be an answer for all types of buildings at a time when labor costs are rising. Property firms and contractors can cut costs while also speeding up construction.
Accordingly, Thongma Vijitpongpun CEO Pruksa Real Estse, they have already started to use the smart bathroom in their project, imported from Japan.
As stated by AP chief marketing officer Vitakarn Jantavimol (Thailand), AP also plans to put smart bathrooms in its condominium units after its strategic partner, Mitsubishi Estate Group, suggested they would reduce labor costs while boasting high quality. They may use them in 2015, but will add to the design inside the smart bathroom to match customers' demands before launching them in condominium units.
Meanwhile, Fine Home Co and City Resort Group have chosen the Wako Bathroom Modular System to provide improved bathroom facilities in their residential units. Wako BMS is a revolutionary Japanese bathroom design recently introduced to Thailand that helps reduce costs, improve quality and cut construction time.
According to Design and construction manager of Siam Aroon Group, they have to take their almost 1,000 residents into consideration, as their bathroom renovations have to cause minimal disruption. This makes Smart Bathroom a well-suited alternative to traditional renovation, as the upgrade takes place quickly and with little fuss.