We have covered in many of our articles why Installing a shower over the bath has always proven to be an excellent use of space in smaller bathrooms around Perth. This article though is not about why you should have a shower bath its about why you shouldn’t have a shower curtain.. but always you need to be fair in presenting the facts so below is a list of pros and cons of shower curtains and bath screens.
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- A bath shower screen feels modern
- If you want your bathroom to look neater when house guests visit, the shower curtain can be closed to hide the bathtub
- Clear glass screens make the room look larger, giving a feeling of spaciousness. When we don’t feel we’re in a tight space it’s easier to relax and enjoy ourselves
- Curtains can be opened up to show off a nice feature
- Bath screens are effective at preventing water from splashing onto dry areas.
- Shower screens are easy to keep clean, and who wouldn’t want to start their day in a sparkling clean bathroom.
- You can choose from many different options including bi-fold or sliding screens, framed or frameless screens and even oval screens should you so desire. With such a wide variety of bath screens available
- Screens last for a lot longer than shower curtains
- Bath screens can increase the want and value of your property compared to curtains
- The investment required for some bath screens to be purchased and fitted is certainly more than the cost of a simple shower curtain.
- Unfortunately, shower curtains need to be thoroughly maintained in order to prevent mould and mildew from breeding on their surface
- Like any screen they are porous and can get dirty quicker than a shower curtain
- When carelessly left outside of the bathtub, shower curtains can also drip on the floor and make a mess. They also aren’t considered to be as innovative or as fashionable in a modern bathroom as shower doors.
I have never been a fan of shower curtains I remember as a child that feeling of it sticking to your body gave me the creeps but this isn’t about me its about you deciding on what works for you. Cost is a big factor, as well as space, as some areas can’t have a screen due to the complex nature of the layout but if possible you should go the bath screen it will honestly make you life easier in the long run.
It’s important to note that all our advice is general in nature and all bathrooms are unique so always speak to your local qualified tradesman for the best advice. At on the ball bathrooms we love feedback so let us know what you think with a comment below or if you are looking for a bathroom renovation quote and live in Perth, Western Australia contact us on 0419964678 or email us at email@example.com
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