We are looking to replace our existing over bath shower screen with one that is a bit wider, as the current one allows too much water to escape. The current one is 40cm, abutted to 40cm of tiles coming out from the corner of the shower, so a total of 80cm of "protection". We'd like to add another 20cm to this, so are looking for a fixed screen of 40cm+ swinging section of 20cm.
We've had a look around at a few places and haven't come across anything with those dimensions. Is this a very non-standard size? Would we need to get a glazier to do a custom job? Is this likely to be much more expensive than getting one off the shelf?
Hi ctrunfree, I'd just take a trip to my local shower screen shop, they should be able to help you. They may even send someone out to measure up. With normal showers, if you're having frameless they will have to measure, as the walls often aren't square.
Joined: 26 May 2011 Posts: 988 Location: Brookvale, Sydney
Drawer a picture of what you are after and then fax/email it to glass suppliers for a quote. You will soon have a number of prices to choose from. With small jobs you are better to give the tradesman as much info as possible to quote from so he doesnt have to come out just to quote.
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