Archive for the 'Shower Enclosures' Category

Designing your new shower room

Saturday, July 16th, 2011

To add the ‘wow’ factor to your home, consider adding a shower room to an existing bedroom or simply converting a cupboard or alcove into a shower cubicle for maximum impact but minimal effort.  Choosing materials for your floor, walls and shower enclosure is crucial for the overall effect.  The design of such a room [...]

Shower Cubicle Cleaning Tips

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

A shower enclosure is a beautiful, modern thing, but hard water damage and alkaline deposits can stain those perfect glass walls over time.  Discoloured shower walls, tiles, and flooring need not be a new feature in your state-of-the-art shower cubicle. A few handy cleaning tips can make a big difference. To get rid of those [...]

Choosing a Shower Door

Saturday, October 30th, 2010

Modern shower doors can be a marvel in technology and engineering. Gone are the old doors that are crusted up with lime deposits and soap filmed surfaces. Choose a barrier free trackless shower door to eliminate little tracks that have to be cleaned out. This type of shower door is excellent for those with limited [...]

Why Use a Showerhead Filter?

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

A showerhead filter works to purify your shower water before it makes contact with your skin.  But if water is already treated, why do you need a showerhead filter in your bathroom?  The answer is simple: harmful chemicals such as chlorine may be added to the water during the purification process.  These substances can be [...]

Why Get a Shower Enclosure?

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

There are many reasons that one might choose to trade in their traditional shower and bath unit for a standing shower enclosure. Safety, space, and aesthetics are among the wide array of benefits such a renovation has to offer. First of all, the safety of a shower cubicle is much greater than that of a [...]

Accessorising a wet room

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

When choosing which accessories will best suit a home’s wet room, certain points must be taken into consideration. The space available in the room is obviously most important, there is no point in buying several bathroom cabinets if only one will fit comfortably in the space. When floor space is at a premium, then wall [...]

The Proper Shower Tray Can Save Valuable Bathroom Space

Saturday, June 19th, 2010

If you are planning a bathroom remodelling project, choosing the right shower tray for your washroom will help maximise valuable floor space in your bathroom, and compliment your overall design.  Use the following guide to help you figure the appropriate shower tray for your bathroom. Rectangular shower trays are the largest and provide the most [...]

Update Shower Accessories for a Spa-Like Bathroom Retreat

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010

In these hectic times, who wouldn’t love a peaceful, restful haven to retire to at the end of a long day?  With a few simple, inexpensive upgrades you can transform your ordinary bathroom into a luxurious spa-like retreat in just a few hours. Start with organisation; repurpose bathroom storage or shelving units to hold pampering [...]

Choosing a new Shower Tray

Monday, May 10th, 2010

The shower tray is probably the one area of the whole showering experience that people do not think about. We open the door, we turn the taps on, we adjust the water temperature and pressure and then we shower. We never give a thought to what we are standing on. At one time the shower [...]

Upgrade Your Bathroom with a Steam Shower

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

There are few things more relaxing than a steam followed by a shower. People around the world pay good money to visit spas and experience the effects a steam shower can have on the skin. Why then wouldn’t everyone want to have one of these wonderful inventions at home? When deciding which steam shower to [...]