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Let's face it, an eagerness to choose your new shower tray probably isn't what propelled you toward redesigning your bathroom, but considering the options in advance will simplify the fitting process and ensure you get the shower you've always wanted, so it's worth giving the matter some thought.
Your first consideration should be the construction of your bathroom floor. If you have a solid floor, your pipework will be fitted beneath the base of the shower tray, rather than beneath the floor. You will, therefore, require a tray that is supplied with adjustable legs; if your floor is uneven, you will need risers. Some trays are equipped with upstands; these are lips that sit against the walls and to which you tile down to create a watertight seal between wall and tray. You may appreciate the peace of mind that this extra waterproofing will bring.
A rectangular shower tray will cause a rich look to your restroom when you to have space by the thousand. It will give you the most extreme showering space and suit present day and contemporary houses and en-suite restrooms. It is flexible and fitted with a choice of shower enclosure that suits the size and space of your washroom.
Acrylic and stone resin are both popular choices: the former is warm to the touch while the latter is very durable. Both can be equipped with adjustable legs, and both are available from a choice of manufacturers at a range of prices. The other materials available tend to be more expensive, but have advantages such as durability, and resistance to scratches and stains. Be sure of what you're getting before you buy. For that purpose, the royal bathrooms offer free online assistance to the customers while high lightening the important areas to the customers so is the case with the rectangular shower tray.
If you have a flat, wooden floor, and wish for a sleek, minimalist look and an edge on which you're unlikely to catch your toes as you step into the shower, a slimline tray is very likely to be under consideration - more so if there are height restrictions to think about, for example, if you are fitting a shower in a loft conversion. We will guide you in all aspects by reviewing the base of your bathroom which is a very vital element to erect the enclosure especially.
The shape and size of your new shower tray – or more specifically the rectangular shower tray- will frequently be dictated by the shape and size of your bathroom. Think as well about the overall look you prefer those with a love of clean lines and angles will lean toward a square and rectangular shower tray fixation, while others may be more appreciative of the sleek curves of a quadrant. Quadrant shapes maximize the available floor space outside the shower by rounding or cutting off a corner that would otherwise project into the room. Rectangular shower tray designs, meanwhile, will often feature a separate drying area, which could be appealing if you dislike drips on the bathroom floor and which it may be possible to tile or fit with boards for contrast.
Whichever shower tray you choose, you're unlikely to give it a second thought once your shower is installed and ready for use; making sure you choose a good quality tray that's right for you means you'll never have to. Our category of rectangular shower tray has a width between 900 – 1800 and above, depth of 700 – 900 and above, and a price of 99 pounds to 200 pounds and above respectively.
Water drainage from the shower tray should also be considered at the design stage since the shower tray sits at floor level means the waste hole will need to be recessed. To make the installation less labour-intensive it is recommended that you either seek the advice of a professional or hire a contractor to install the primary plumbing.
Keeping in mind when it comes to installing the shower tray it is always best to fit the shower tray first before purchasing the shower enclosure since tiles and sealants can alter the size of the shower tray. Furthermore, it never comprises value and quality when it comes to sealing the shower tray. It is extremely crucial to use a watertight sealant around the shower tray; improper application of silicone sealant may cause your shower to leak causing extensive water damage in the bathroom. Also, depending on where the shower is located, water can seep through the floor, destroying the ceiling to the room situated below the shower unit which could lead to expensive repairs.
How are you planning to go about seeking the right manufacturers of shower trays in the UK? There are several companies manufacturing shower trays in the UK, and we are among the top brand names here. You should look for us as we provide you with warranties ranging from 12 months to a lifetime and with guaranteed good quality products that are designed to work up to the international level. Additionally, the rectangular shower tray at the royal bathrooms will be offered with warranty, exchange policy and free home delivery simultaneously (terms & conditions may apply).
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