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Shower enclosure recommendations

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by koomber, 5 Mar 2018.

  1. koomber

    koomber

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    Anyone got recommendations for shower enclosures? Specifically 1100 X 800 offset quadrant.

    We can't fit a 1200 in without doing some major wall moving and I think a 1000 would be a bit small for the shower we're getting. So, aye I'm looking for an awkward size lol.

    There is an absolute tonne of different brands with a wide range of prices. I'm trying to avoid mega cheap (and Victorian plumping et Al).

    I've come across Eastbrook Enclosures which look pretty good and are in my price range.

    Any advice on what to look for? It looks like the super cheap ones don't have adjustable doors, at least from the installation manuals...

    *Sneaky edit* we could go for a 1000 X 800 shower enckosure as it's just my personal preference holding me back, but my mind can be changed as there is a lot more options at that size
     
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  3. koomber

    koomber

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    Hmmm. The wife has moved the goal posts yet again. Now she wants 1000x900.

    This is a fairly limited choice. I've seen the Premier Pacific on a few places. Looks to be pretty decent and, at least from the isntructions seems to be solidly built. Damn enclosures are a minefield. Anyone installed one of these? Can't find many comments online, and given how widely sold they are it would seem to be a good thing (people being more likely to post if there is an issue).

    Regards,

    Koomber
     
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