Each bathroom has its own specifications and is equal to no other. So keeping in mind that point, bathroom shower screens is a perfect answer to match the needs of many of it. It keeps the other area dry whereas curtains would become an area of problem. The biggest advantage with frameless shower is the number of options you get with it. As discussed ’Hefele’ is one name that is going to cater all these needs. It is made of real thin glass. However when we say it is frameless, we need to be lively enough to support the claim. The answer lies to in the theory that that the glass is so thin, it looks like without frames. Width can be anything from 1/8 to 3/16 inches. And to give it proper support, metals are being attached. Easy to maintain is again one of the spectacular features that is in demand.
Another innovation in bath screens are the sliding units, sliding bath screens is another mode for both protection and convenience. Two or more panels are installed on runners, or with a mechanism that allows them to be slid in position, or out of the way for easy entrance or exit. Additional features can allow them to be locked in position, for a tighter seal to prevent water leakage.
We live in an era of finesse, both on the professional as well as personal fronts. We make good money to live the good life and we do not compromise on our style statements, no matter how hard we have to work to attain those. One of the most impressive possessions that we own or like to show off is the home that we live in. It is for most people, one of the most cherished of dreams and it is the one thing that we work for. One of the major components inside a good home is a good bathroom. This has been proven by many people over the time and it holds credibility as well.
Bath screens may be better alternatives to shower curtains. They are easier to maintain and give your bathroom a much cleaner, crisper and brighter appearance. Because they are usually made of material that is able to reflect light, they help to make the area look bigger than it really is. They can add a factor of form, along with improved styling, to give your bathroom a more stylish look and feel.
Then came the option of a fixed glass bath screen. The screen was fitted to the wall and ran about 800mm along the top edge of the bath tub. This avoided the need for a curtain and the problems mentioned above. However, having a fixed glass screen permanently in place running half the length of your bath made getting in and out difficult. Bathing children was also made difficult, not to mention the hassle of cleaning! Today, there are a couple of great solutions for bathrooms can only have a bath rather than a shower enclosure.