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Bathroom Shower Screens
Shower screens complete the shower recess in a bathroom, and there are various types of screens that can be customised based on your needs. All of our shower screens feature the latest designs and technology to ensure a low maintenance and easy to clean experience. Out of all bathroom products, it is possibly the shower that is the most important to get right, due to the sheer amount of exposure it gets to water, dirt, soap, grime and other material that makes it dirty.
Choosing the right shower screen is simple, start with an idea of the type of shower recess you want
There are a few types of shower screens, first you need to identify the type of opening you prefer, a few details about each are below:
- Shower screens with pivoting doors - these shower screens typically feature a glass enclosure with a large door, often approximately 570-650mm wide, that pivots out. In some cases, these doors may also pivot inwards. For an inward pivot, it is essential that the glass is made to an exact size. Shower screens with pivoting doors are good for most situations, except where space is tight in the zone where the door may be opened.
- Shower screens with sliding doors - these are great for the aforementioned tight spaces, and generally if you want to put a fixture near the shower screen, such as a cabinet or toilet. Shower screens with sliding doors used to be notorious for wheels that would wear and rust over time, although choosing a shower screen with durable parts may alleviate the wear and tear notably.
- Open showers - Also known as walk in showers, these enclosures have no door at all. In some cases they can have no glass at all too (a completely open shower), although there is no shower screen to purchase if it is completely open. Typically these shower areas will have the lowest maintenance, due to less cleaning. Open showers are also great in the summer, as well as the most convenient to get in and out of. The primary tradeoff is the time saved getting in and out is used to wipe the floor after each shower, whilst an open shower may also get a little chilly in the winter
Shower glazing has some nuances too
Once you know the style of your shower area, the next step is to determine the type of glazing, here are the most common:
- Frameless shower screens - these shower screens are the easiest to clean, simply due to the minimal touch points where dirt and grime collect. There's no real con to frameless shower screens, except they have the least adjustability when installing, so your measurements must be exact, and they use thicker glass, often meaning more expensive than the alternatives. They also may be more likely to let out a few drops from each shower.
- Semi-frameless shower screens - Semi-frameless shower screens have minimal framing, typically an aluminium material is used to attach the shower screen to the wall. Semi-frameless shower screens are great for two way pivoting doors, as the door is often lighter due to the reduced thickness of the glass. Perhaps the biggest advantage of semi-frameless screens is that they are notably easier to install than frameless screens, and many end-users DIY install these. It is important to do your measurements right though, as semi-frameless have only slightly more adjustability than frameless screens.
- Framed shower screens - Framed shower screens were once popular, as they are the most adjustable type of shower screen and the easiest type to DIY install. This is important when you want to purchase a pre-packaged screen, rather than custom ordering. These days, the relative costs between framed shower screens and the other options have come down, so most users prefer the other types of screen due to the easier experience with cleaing. Choose a framed screen when you want a quick and efficient screen that just gets the job done.
Your shower is used daily, so choosing correctly is sure to leave a marked improvement on your life
The feedback is overwhelming, people love having a good shower, and this includes both the actual shower itself, as well as the whole shower enclosure. It is not too hard to keep your shower well maintained either, simply run the exhaust every time you shower, and wipe down the screen with a squeegee at the end of every shower. This prevents moisture build up in the room, and prevents grime build up on the glass.
Our shower screens may be shipped Australia wide
We are based in Sydney, and ship Australia wide. You can choose to pickup or organise your own shipping as well. Typically due to their packaged sizes, shower screens are shipped to your nearest depot.