Are you planning to renovate your bathroom? If so, it is important to know if you’re going for a walk-in shower, regular shower, or the type that is fitted over a bathtub. There are several benefits of having a walk-in shower and we’re going to tackle some of them in this article, so you can finally decide whether it’s the most ideal option for your situation.
There are some potential benefits of walk-in showers and these will include the following:
Another thing to consider in a walk-in shower is that there are far fewer corners and edges, which means fewer areas to collect debris and grow mould.
In fact, in most cases, you just need to replace the door seals and hinges, but that will take several years before you replace them.
So, whatever the size of your space is, you can make it look more spacious by adding a walk-in shower since you don’t need a shower curtain or cubicle which are common objects that obstruct the eye. The glass shower screen can also make space look more prominent since it can let the light bounce around the bathroom.
What you need to consider when adding a walk-in shower
To ensure a long-lasting walk-in shower, it is essential that proper waterproofing is implemented on both the walls and floors of the shower. You’ll need to ensure that it is fully waterproof, so you won’t have any problems in the long run, except for replacing a washer in one of the taps once it becomes defective through wear and tear.
If you’re looking for a qualified and highly skilled team of Bathroom renovation specialists in Doncaster or Eltham, you can contact TED Bathroom, we can help you design and construct your new walk-in shower.