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Bespoke Glass Shower Screens
If you are looking to upgrade your current bathroom or a complete renovation, a glass shower screen or full enclosure will add style and elegance to your bathroom. Being our most popular option, a hinged design can be manufactured as a stand alone door, flipper panel or combined with adjacent fixed panel(s) for various shower configurations. We can help to plan the best design for your room space. We have many different hardware fittings and combined with your choice of glass, your shower can be enjoyed for years to come.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Is a shower screen completely water tight?
As our bespoke shower doors are installed with the relevant seals and hinges that enable the sleek and luxurious look and therefore ease of maintenance. It must be noted that although excess leakage is kept to a minimum they are splash-proof and not water-proof.
Are glass shower screens easy to maintain?
Yes, we believe that shower screens are the best option when it comes to maintenance. Being forgiving of most cleaning agents but in essence only requiring a quick squeegee after use, a shower screen will look like new for years to come.
Do you install or supply only?
We do offer the full template, manufacture and installation service. However, should you require supply only, we are happy to provide this.
What is the average height of a glass shower screen?
Most of our shower screens are manufactured to a height of 2 metres.
How long does it take to install a frameless shower?
Once manufactured, installation can vary depending upon the design. This can range from as little as 2 hours for a simple fixed panel to 6 hours for a multipanel system.
What is the difference between a framed and frameless shower?
A framed shower is typically purchased off the shelf and is available in a limited range of sizes. They have a frame that surrounds every part of the glass and are generally chosen for practicality and cost over style. A semi or frameless shower provides a more sleek and luxurious look by use of the minimum amount of hardware surrounding the door and enclosure and is usually bespoke with no limitations on sizes.
Which is better - A framed or frameless shower?
If your room will fit a standard framed shower door then this is probably the cheapest option. However, if the opening is non-standard or you want a system that is sleek and aesthetically pleasing then a frameless system will be a better choice.