What’s the Difference?
Shower cubicle with doors: Most ordinary households opt for a version of the classic shower cubicle with doors. They can be purchased to fit into odd corners or just about any awkward space. The enclosures for them generally take the shape of a single hinged door, but many people prefer to opt for a sliding or even a bi-fold door for their cubicle. A lot depends on taste and budget, but a door is a good idea for smaller bathrooms as you will benefit from the warmth which they provide inside, as well as the protection offered in terms of keeping splashes at bay.
Quadrant: This is a stylish and space saving option. Most Quadrant enclosures have sliding doors, so you do not need the space outside to open a pivoting door. You’ll also get a contemporary look, fuss-free and easy to clean product; so it’s a great choice for anyone who has a smaller bathroom and a penchant for the modern look.
Walk in shower: A walk in shower is a must for some people because they offer far more space for the occupant - plus they have the added advantage of looking great! Often, walk in showers are longer than they are wide and their enclosing walls tend to be open at either end to allow for air flow. This a luxurious option if you have enough space in your bathroom.
Wet room shower screens: These are a simple glass wall which is installed directly onto your tiled floor or shower tray, completing the superb look of a wet room. They protect the larger part of the room from splashes as well as keeping the occupant a little cosier on chilly days; they’re a good choice for small or spacious wet rooms.
Bath shower screens: Bath shower screens are the best possible solution for people who either do not have enough space to install a separate shower unit in their bathroom or for those who are on a budget but would still like to have the convenience of a shower. Usually, the screens project around three feet along the end of the bath and work well at splash protection.