Few Checks Before You Make A Purchase
During a bathroom renovation, many people ditch the bathtub in favour of the much fancier and space saving “Enclosure.” Enclosures come with toughened glass doors and provide a stylish look. It can be tempting to make your decision based on the aesthetic appeal of the enclosure. However, it’s important that the looks aren’t the only thing you take into consideration when making your final choice. Keep in mind the following elements before making an important purchase such as this.
Quadrant Enclosures can be fitted into a small bathroom, without giving a cramped feel. It can be installed in a corner space with easy access, However if you are DIY Bathroom builder you might find it tricky to set up correctly. It is better to take the assistance of a professional builder to fix the entire quadrant enclosure.
Although there is a wide range available at our online store, many quadrants measure 1900mm high, without the tray. So if your ceiling height is particularly low, you need to pay close attention to the measurements, as an enclosure that leaves little room for steam to escape can be less than luxurious to use. Likewise, the width of the corner space available for your quadrant must be measured up accurately on each wall. A spacious enclosure offers a pleasant showering experience, and that’s why it’s worth the effort to take accurate measurements and locate the best available space to fix one in your bathroom.
You will have no trouble finding the right quadrant tray at our online store. Besides visual appeal and non-slip components, you must also think about the plumbing. You need to have enough room to connect the tray waste to the plumbing. The height of your tray will have an important role, so you should choose one that will leave enough room for you to connect the tray waste to the soil pipe. If you’re unsure of what your particular plumbing needs are or feel there are special circumstances with your set up, then calling out a plumber for advice would be wise indeed.
Work the Space
Although your floor plan shows a certain amount of space available to install a Quadrant Enclosure, you must also think about the type of door you intend to choose and what that will require in terms of space. A door that swings outward into the room will need a certain amount of ‘return’ space to swing into. If the door, upon opening, comes in contact with a fixture such as a basin or vanity, it’s too big for the room.
In such situations, you can opt for a Quadrant that come with sliding doors. At our online store, we have a wide variety of such Quadrant enclosures where you need not think about obstructions when opening the door. Also, the doors use smooth gliding technology, which means there would be no hinges to corrode and become misaligned. Bi-fold and Hinged Shower doors are the other options available for small bathrooms. The same goes for drying space. Leaving enough room outside of the shower to dry off will ensure your daily showering experience isn’t a cramped one. You can also install a shower column with multiple jets, inside the quadrant, for an enhanced shower experience.
What is Offset Quadrant Enclosure?
The difference between quadrant and offset quadrant is that offset ones are generally larger; they are oblong in shape with one corner rounded off. If you have a larger bathroom and you want a great-looking shower with more space, then you may require an Offset Quadrant enclosure.
Finally, the style of your shower quadrant should reflect the look and feel you want to experience when you use the bathroom every day. If it’s an ultra-modern look you’re aiming for, then a frameless enclosure made of crystal clear glass panels would be an excellent choice. For a more classic look, select one that is finished with a gold or silver frame with decorative door handle. The range on offer right here is impressive, and we are sure you’ll find the right one to suit your tastes and current decor perfectly.