Deciding Between a Bath or Shower Enclosure

 

One thing to think about is whether to
install a bath or shower enclosure. When it comes to this decision, you
will have to focus firstly on the amount of space you have, and what
will be required by either choice.For smaller bathrooms, you
might want to go with a shower enclosure instead of the bath that will
take up more room. You can find a great shower that will fit in just
about any size bathroom that can complement the space without taking too
much of it up. A bath tub will require more room, and this can be
something your bathroom just can’t give up. But, if you have the room
for a bath and you still want a shower, you can always put both in.One
of the biggest factors in determining between a bath and shower is your
own personal preferences. If you are one of those people that just
can’t get through a week without taking at least one hot bath, then you
will have to figure out how to make it work. In this case, you can
purchase walk in baths or corner stall baths that should give you the
right amount of space. But if taking a bath isn’t a high point in your
life and all you really need is a shower, then you can have a shower
enclosure designed specifically for your own bathroom.If you
have the space, you can have both put in, or place the tub in and have
the shower enclosure built in around it so that you can take a bath or
shower and still have plenty of space in your bathroom for anything else
you might need. You will have to figure out where the plumbing is going
to go, including the drain and the pipes that bring water to your bath
or shower.SummaryDeciding on whether to install a bath
or a shower enclosure depends on the amount of space you have available
and your personal bathing preferences.

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