walk in shower. Sunday , April 15th , 2018 - 10:33:09 AM
Happy homes make happy people. But how can someone be happy if the first thing they see in the morning is a messy water strewn dirty room? Perhaps it is with this motto in mind that more and more attention is being given to the ways in which a bathroom can be done up to make it look cleaner and more sophisticated. In the past, leaks in the bathroom generally came from showers and shower trays not being fitted properly or badly manufactured.
Obviously a shower set over a bathtub would not be considered a walk in shower nor would a wet room shower. When deciding on the design of your shower you will need to decide on the type of shower screens you want, what sort of shower panel you would like to install and what type of door your shower should have. If space, or lack of it, is a consideration you should probably consider installing either a bi fold shower door or sliding shower doors as both are very space saving. With this type of shower you would probably want to opt for a sliding shower door. Install a hand-held, antique style shower head and place a small triangular bench in the corner of the shower to store shower and bathing accessories. Install your shower panel in the corner of the bathroom and simply add one clear Plexiglas panel, going from ceiling to floor to one side, separating the shower area from the rest of the bathroom.
Should you install a wet room floor or a more traditional walk in shower tray? Wet room floors have become far more accessible with lower costs, easier wet room floor fitting kits and more consumer knowledge. However, is it still safer and cheaper to install a shower tray rather than a wet floor?
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