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Tips on Choosing the Right Shower Screen for Your Bathroom Renovation
When it comes to shower screens, have them installed by a professional.

Glass shower screens are heavy and difficult to transport and carry, and if not handled correctly, may break, making it a costly DIY project.
If you have a small bathroom or ensuite, fitting a big frameless mirror can make the room feel bigger.

When choosing your shower screen, take into consideration the location of items, such as towel rails. A door opening onto a towel rail isn’t going to work very well.

Ensure the shower screens and mirrors comply with the Australian Standard.

Did you know a mirror over a bath or pedestal basin, must be vinyl backed to comply?

Tiling needs to be completed before a shower screen can be measured.

The vanity needs to be installed before a mirror can be measured.

The mirror should be the same height as the top of the shower screen.