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Shower Tray Riser Kits

Shower tray riser kits are always specific to a shower tray, range or manufacturer. We would always recommend checking with us that the riser kit you are looking at will fit your shower tray. Most riser kits fit an entire range of trays so the plinth to go around the front of the tray may need to be cut down to suit the size of your tray.
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Q. What is a shower tray riser kit?
A. A riser kit is usually a set of adjustable legs along with a plinth (tends to be acrylic). The legs are used to raise the tray up, and the plinth is used to cover the legs and pipework beneathy your tray.
Q. Why should I choose a riser kit?
A. Usually riser kits will be required if you are installing onto concrete or if your pipework needs adjusting for the plumber to install your tray and there is not enough room or an ackward joist underneath.
Q. What style should I go for?
A. Style won't be a factor when choosing a riser kit - you need to choose the manufacturer's riser kit that is suitable for the tray you are purchasing. Bear in mind that many riser kits will be suitable for a range of trays, meaning that your installer may need to cut the plinth down in order to fit your tray, but this does not mean that he riser kit is incorrect. Riser kits will always be manufacturer specific and not universal, never choose just a random riser kit it must be suitable for your tray. Your plumber may be able to build you a support frame instead of using a riser kit if you do not like the look of the riser kits, however you must ensure that this is stable and able to support the tray and any persons using it, we would always recommend that you use the manufacturer recommended riser kit.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my shower tray riser kit?
A. The riser kit should include everything you need in order to install it onto your tray.
Q. Are riser kits suitable for use in a clooakroom bathroom?
A. As cloakroom bathrooms will be too small to install a shower enclosure into we would not normally recommend this.