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Hinged Shower Doors & Enclosures

Hinged shower doors and enclosures epitomising practical and premium. Hinged on one side, our shower doors open and close with ease, providing the design flexibility and minimalist appeal that’s right for any bathroom. Exclusively made from European designs

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of using a hinged shower door?

Hinged shower doors are very popular for good reason. They’re practical and reliable, easy to use and maintain, and by being available in a wide variety of options, are flexible to the design, style and size of many different bathrooms. They’re also a great choice for bathrooms used by people with mobility challenges as they provide plenty of space for entering and exiting.

What materials are hinged shower doors and enclosures made of?

Hinged shower doors and enclosures are typically made of clear or tinted glass, either fixed within a metal frame or frameless. Glass is widely used because it’s both easy to clean and maintain, and works to make the bathroom feel more spacious than opaque materials. 

Can hinged shower doors be installed in any bathroom?

Hinged shower doors are a popular option because they work in bathrooms big or small. However, if your bathroom is on the smaller side it’s crucial that you have enough space for the door to fully open outwards from the shower. If that’s not possible, a sliding shower door may be a better option for your bathroom.

How do I clean and maintain a hinged shower door and enclosure?

Regular cleaning is the best way to maintain hinged shower doors and enclosures. Not doing so will lead to deposits of dirt, grime, limescale and even mould building up, which will be harder to get rid of and may even shorten the life of your door and enclosure.

The glass that will make up most of your shower door and enclosure can be easily cleaned using warm, soapy water or glass cleaner, a sponge or microfibre cloth and a squeegee. It’s important that you remember to also regularly clean your shower door’s seals and hinges. Warm, soapy water should do the job with both – be mindful that rubber (commonly used to make the door’s seals) can react badly to hard cleaning products. You should also regularly lubricate your shower door’s hinges using a dry silicone spray.

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