Bath Shower Screens

Bath shower screens will fit most baths as long as they are the same shape. If you have a shower bath or a curved bath then you will have to ensure that the size of the shower bath screen or curved bath screen is the same as your bath. We would recommend that you stay with the same manufacturer if you can.
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Q. What is a bath shower screen?
A. A bath shower screen is a glass screen that is installed over the bath to stop water from escaping when you are showering.
Q. Why should I choose a bath shower screen?
A. If you are planning on using your bath for showering as well, then a bath shower screen would be very useful in stopping all of the water from the shower spraying all over your bathroom when it is in use. They can also make wonderful accesssories to your bathrooma nd can be a focal piece as they are available in a wide range of sizes and shapes.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. Some baths will have a specific screen or range of screens that have been designed for use with it, particularly if the bath is L-shaped or curved and is not universal. If you have a standard straight bath however, your choices will be much greater. You have pivot bath screens to choose from where they are moveable within so many degrees, you have fixed screens, sail screens, screens with rails, small bath screens, screens that have a curve at the top and traditional shower screens - phew! As most screens will be glass with a chrome profile the choice will be entirely down to the shape that you like and the style of the other items in the bathroom, as well as your requirements for a screen and how you want it to function.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my bath shower screen?
A. You should not need anything else in order to use your shower bath screen, however always consult the advert of the product you would like to purchase, for further information.
Q. Are bath shower screens suitable for use in cloakroom bathrooms?
A. As a cloakroom bathroom would be too small to install a bath into, you would have no use for a bath shower screen so no.
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