Effective Placement of Showers

18 Jun

Corner showers are shower booths that are built to fit into a corner of the bathroom. The basic design of a corner shower is usually triangular shaped, with the entry to the stand facing into the room. A corner shower is an outstanding way to make the most of the space in a small bathroom or to attach a shower to a larger bathroom while still allowing the bathtub to stay within the space.

While a corner shower is not generally considered one of the more attractive types of showers, there is no doubt that a shower stand of this type is tremendously practical. Motel chains that wish to save space sometimes prefer to go with a corner shower rather than a tub and shower combination that usually must run from one wall to another and may take up a momentous amount of floor space in the small bathroom. Likewise, homeowners who wish to install a second bathroom that is fully purposeful time and again find a corner shower as an ideal solution, since the installation and material costs are considerably lower than installing a tub and shower combination.

A basic corner shower is a simple stand made up of fiberglass. This structure usually comes with holes for plumbing fittings and a drain already in position. Rather than making use of a sliding door, the entry to a corner shower is usually constructed to move back and forth into the room and may be protected with the use of a fastener or a chain of magnets that produce a water resistant seal when the door is closed. Plexiglas or clear fiberglass is frequently used for the door side of the stand, permitting more natural light to enter the corner shower.

In most homes, corner shower setting up is not a complex task. As long as the drain and holes for the plumbing fixtures can be lined up properly, a corner shower can usually be installed in approximately an hour. Corner shower enclosures are available that you can build at certain corners in the bathroom to save space. The corner shower enclosures tell which type of corner to place them best.

Types of Showers:

Various types of corner shower stalls and kits can be bought from most home stores. There are several sizes accessible, making it promising to find a piece that is the correct size for even the smallest of bathrooms. The kits may be required in order to handle slight plumbing issues. Most manufacturers include installation instructions, including a list of materials, along with the packaging for the shower stand. Depending on the design of the shower stall, it is often a matter of sliding the element into place, attaching the fixtures and making sure that the drain is connected properly where the assembled stand touches the structure. However, if there is a need to become accustomed to the plumbing or use some kind of attachment to arrange in a line the stall with an accessible drain, the process can take several supplementary hours.

A shower enclosed space may include a tray, door or a shower tray and door that have aligned or side panels. They are of different types, and include enclosures made of glass, enclosures without a frame and corner shower enclosures. The following are a few types of corner showers:

  • ASB Round Corner Bathroom Showers:

This corner shower enclosure measures 34 inches by 78 inches and is made of the most recent shiny white colored material. It comes with a place to rest your feet and offers three shelves for storing important products. Its material is strong and sturdy and one is able to drain out superfluous water and cover the enclosure with a drain cover when not using it. Its price is reasonable and it is a good option for those who have to utilize a small space.

  • Neo-angle Corner Shower Rod Set Showers:

This corner enclosure has a 45 degree neo angle and it has a width of 36 inches, a length of 72 inches and a height of 36 inches. It also includes a 36 inch ceiling that you can alter and weighs 8 pounds. Its outer surface is made of chrome. It is appropriate if you have a Jacuzzi or a corner bathtub.

  • Linea Aqua Isabella Steam Showers:

This one can install at a right corner side only and has a length of 44 inches, a width of 32 and a height of 84 inches. This corner enclosure contains exceptional features that include an adaptable body spray from 6 sides, a foot massage from the foot scrub system and a hand shower made of acrylic. The others include a feature to control steam temperature and amount by electronic means.

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