Showers are vacations, relaxation, and reboots. Want to add comfort without renovating? The finest option is a shower cabin. Its main benefit is that you can purchase, install, and utilize it! No wall sealing or water drainage system organization is needed. Shower cabin is ready to use after installation and connection. A skilled assembler can do it fast.

The algorithm of choosing a shower cabin looks like this:

  • determine the size and configuration of the cabin (depends on the space in the bathroom);
  • think whether the cabin should be with or without a roof;
  • where will be the place of entry and what type of door opening;
  • formulate your preferences on the material of walls, doors and tray;
  • think about the height of the tray;
  • choose the necessary equipment (depends on who will use the shower cabin);
  • additional accessories and features (it is worth assessing the lifestyle, preferences of the owners and budget).

Selecting a shower enclosure begins with size and layout. It usually relies on the bathroom area available for cabin building. Greater bathroom space means greater shower cabin space. Semicircular, square, rectangular, pentagonal, or quarter circle? Remember that cabins are asymmetrical to fit the space. The corner or wall position determines the shower cabin’s form. A new shower cabin may be installed in the same spot as the old one since it requires less plumbing work because the water pipes and drainage are already there. The function of the cabin is also important—a big shower is desirable in the main bathroom, while compact plumbing may be installed in the guest bathroom. Also keep in mind such an important thing as updating your faucets.

Should you have a roofed shower cabin? Why purchase a cabin without a roof? It’s different from a shower enclosure. Answer! Shower cabins without roofs have walls, doors, trays, shower panels, shelves, and occasionally hydro-massage. If the ceiling height prevents a closed shower cabin, such as in an attic room, an open-top is essential. It also suits pregnant ladies and seniors. No roof allows natural airflow by preventing moisture buildup.

Decide where and how to arrange the shower cabin entrance. The doors should swing or slide. Remember that sliding doors save huge amounts of room. Swinging doors need room to move. Interior designers advocate sketching a room plan with all items and barriers before purchasing plumbing fittings to determine space.

Tempered glass covers the shower walls and doors. It’s safe, durable, dense, shock-resistant, and heat-resistant, and it may be thin (4-5 mm). The bigger and more curved the glass, the thinner it is. Thicker glass requires greater support owing to its weight. Our shower enclosures contain 10 mm thick glass to allow for transparency adjustments. The glass has crystals within that vary the angle of inclination at the touch of a button to provide privacy during water operations.

Knowing that low tray height creates a barrier-free atmosphere is vital for families with elderly parents. Families with children choose cabins with a high tray as a bathtub. Choose a medium-height shower bases for older properties with poor citywide water drainage. 

The cabin’s equipment may be most intriguing. Plan to shower only? Feel free to budget. Want everything and more? A whirlpool is required. This will help you endure windy and changing weather. Keep in mind that the system needs 3–5 atmospheres of intake pressure. If not, thin streams of water will pour out instead of pressure. Other features of contemporary shower booths include touch control, steam generator, ventilation, lighting, radio, and speakerphone.