Modern tub shower enclosures types

Tub shower enclosures walls combination

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Modern tub shower enclosures can solve several problems at once , combining both a bath and a shower. These units are appreciated by those people who love special comfort in the water procedures. In addition, the combined systems of shower tub enclosures is a great option for those homeowners who can’t use all their fantasy when working at bathroom interior through the room small size. Ergonomic design of these stalls lets them fitting into any modern design of a bathroom.

The stalls with a shower and a tub can be open or closed. The open type of a shower enclosure does not have a roof. Two or three walls of such a unit are tiled. The model has a tray and shower enclosure. Closed units resemble a monoblock equipped with a roof. They come already assembled.

Contemporary tub shower stalls can have a rectangular, semi-circle and square shape. Some of originally designed models are asymmetric. There are two types of these shower stall doors: hinged and sliding. Swing doors are usually installed for the larger models, whereas sliding constructions are perfect for the small bathroom.

Shower stall base can be a full bath where you can relax after a hard day. Mostly acrylic is used for these bases, as it is not durable only, but lightweight.

The doors of the frameless tub shower enclosures are usually made of tempered glass. This material is very durable, but if broken it falls into round small pieces which won’t hurt you.

The walls of shower tub cabins are made of ABS-plastic, acrylic or tempered glass. ABS-plastic is resistant to deformation and easy to clean. Acrylic and tempered glass have better durability and longer lifespan, and are especially safe and durable.

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