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If you are lucky enough to have a bath but you don’t have space for a separate shower cubicle then you will need to make sure that your bath is suitable for showering by having a bath screen. Bath screens sit on your bath act as a splash guard when you are showering. Bath screens can move 180 degrees and come with bottom seals to make sure that they are completely waterproof.  They are a great alternative to a shower curtain as they are much more hygienic, easier to clean and you don’t have to worry about the dreaded mildew!

There are so many different types of bath screens out there, so which one is the right fit for you?

Straight

Straight bath screens are probably the most popular bath screens as they are compatible with regular baths and corner baths. Straight bath screens are made-up of one panel of glass, which is rectangular in shape. They are also available with a rounded top corner. Do ensure that you purchase a toughened or tempered safety glass.

L Shaped

L shapes allow for a larger showering space and are finished with corners. They are made up of two panels of glass, the main shower screen and a smaller deflector panel which is attached to the large pane by a hinge. The L shaped bath screen can only be used with L-shaped bath.

Folding

The compact four-fold bath shower screen is longer than the other bath screens providing more of a splash proof area. The four-fold screen is made up of four different panels of glass. It folds back onto itself in a concertina effect so it is out of the way when not in use. This is great as it means the bath screen does not impede on the bath when you are bathing. It is also much more aesthetically pleasing, giving your bathroom a clean and cutter free look

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  • So you’re considering renovating your bathroom with a new shower installation? Great!

    Now the fun really starts. Deciding to take that step is a big one, not just in financial terms, but also in the expected toll involved in the disruption of your home and in all the decisions you have to make along the way that help your contractor make the best installation possible. Sure, at first, it all looks like fun: Perusing the dozens of pictures of beautiful frameless showers, your anticipation grows as you begin to imagine a shower much like those you admire in your own bathroom. Then reality intrudes: Picking out metal finishes and glass types, setting appointment times and schedules with your contractor, trying to nap while the contractor’s workers pound nails and knock out walls while prepping for construction. Oh, and then there’s potential supply hang-ups and color mismatches or problems with the size of the glass. All this to say: You’re potentially stepping into a big adventure with your prospective shower installation and all the related constructive work to go from an idea to a working reality. Let’s take a step back for a moment though. Let’s consider that a properly managed construction project, no matter how large or how small, is capable of being monitored and executed to completion with a minimum of fuss, disruption of your daily life, and most importantly the stress often associated with projects that can take over your home. Is such a thing possible? Is it possible that professionals exist in the world today? People with a world-class attitude and thoughtfulness paired with real-world experience, coupled with attention to detail and speed? Yes, it really does exist, but how do you know who to pick as the right shower installation contractor? Here are some suggestions for how to approach and manage your shower installation project: Talk to friends, especially any that you know who have done relatively recent bathroom renovations. Ask them who they used as the construction company on the job, was the job done on or near the deadline, and what was the end-result quality of the work and services provided? Don’t hesitate to talk to other contractors to get their feedback on who the best contractors are to work with. Learn about the industry – about the best products and solutions available today, and how well –or how poorly – they work in the real world. Go to home and garden or trade shows. Talk to home owners as well as vendors. Get comfortable with the products you will have to support and maintain for many years to come. Lastly, and perhaps most obviously: Talk at length with all of the contractors who are bidding on your project. There are those that won’t offer you a free consultation, and that consultation will be an ideal opportunity to get a sense of the contractor’s working approach but also their approachability, professionalism, and willingness to listen and adapt easily to your concerns.

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    When thinking about a new shower for their bathroom, many people think that their choices are limited, more so than say, choosing a bath. But actually, there are loads of different styles all designed to suit your needs. Whether you’re redesigning your ensuite, putting in a shower room, or simply don’t have space for a […]

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    Corner shower enclosures are very similar to quadrant enclosures. However, quadrants are rounded, corner enclosures go for a straight edged look which makes for cleaner lines and provides much neater look in the bathroom. The style of enclosures is one of the most compatible with bathrooms as it will fit in virtually any corner assuming […]

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