Today's modern bathrooms are often organized and maintained by separating the wet area from the dry area. Thus, a lot of homeowners now have started installing a cubicle in their shower area in order to prevent water from spilling or seeping out to the dry area of the bathroom.
The cubicle or shower enclosure is a tall glass cabinet and at the base, there is a tray to collect waste water. These shower cubicles come in a large variety of designs with all sorts of colors, shapes and sizes to perfectly match the interior design of your bathroom.
Shower enclosures are usually placed at the corner of the bathroom or in a recessed area to save a significant amount of space in the room, thus why they are recommended for small bathrooms. If the space of the room is really limited, you may install a bi fold shower door into your shower cubicle instead. The in-folding mechanism of the bi fold shower door eliminates the need for an open-out door space. While in larger bathrooms, the cubicle can be positioned to cover up the visible pipes or other fittings.
A cubicle is built up with a complete frame with no joints, so it is absolutely rigid. The walls of the cubicle are typically made of waterproof ceramic tiles or wall panels. You are advised to hire an expert to install and set up the shower cubicle for you to make sure it's properly functional.
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