May 30, 2014 11:22 am
We're about to renovate our bathroom and I would like to move the shower to a wall with a window in it. The window extends across the width of the wall at shoulder height so it may get some spray from the shower. When I read overseas web sites they seem to use PVC or vinyl windows in showers but I haven't found these types of windows in Australia when hunting on the internet. The current window will need to be replaced as it is an aluminium sliding window with a track that would fill with water. What is the best type of window to install for this situation? Also, will a tile sill be sufficient or is it worth installing a granite sill to match the vanity?
Re: Window in shower2
May 30, 2014 1:21 pm
We have a long window - rectangular - just above head level. A nice shelf there too for things ...
We can't see the "sill" - but it is tiled.
If it is shoulder/head level then it might not need a curtain etc - just be cathedral type glass imo. Might be quite nice. But definitely needs waterproofing imo.
Re: Window in shower3
Jul 18, 2014 4:54 pm
Any commercial Aluminium section would work (they're flat and water although it would sit on the sill would not get "trapped" on it)
But thats only if youre happy with a fixed panel - if you wanted an openable window you'll struggle
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