Corner Shower Units-Perfect For Small Spaces
Space is often an issue in bathrooms. This tends to be the tiniest room of the home so space is at a premium. The biggest item to be found in this room is often the bathtub due to its rectangular shape and need for wall space. For this reason, many are turning to Corner Shower Units to conserve floor space. Many sizes and shapes are available as well as enclosure types so you can choose a unit that is perfect for the space you have.
Lowes offers the American Standard 38"W X 38"D X 72" H White Acrylic Neo-Angle Shower Unit, model #3838Y1K.NEO.020. This unit comes with a neo-angle shower base, shower door finished in silver and a wall set. The price for this particular shower unit is $1008.75. The shower base is single threshold and installation requires no caulking as it comes with rubber gaskets integrated into the corner wall seams. To protect the interview during installation, a liner is included on the walls and base. A pivoting shower door allows you to choose from either right or left door hinges.
If something less expensive is needed, the ASB 32" X 32" X 74" Shower Unit, model #401060, is a good choice. Expect to pay $430.73 for this corner shower unit. Featuring tempered safety glass and an aluminum frame, the unit comes with a corner caddy which has a towel bar and four shelves. This unit also comes with a limited one year warranty. This product is offered at Lowes.
Home Depot, in contrast, offers the KOHLER Devonshire 40-1/4 in. X 7307/8 in. Two Piece Direct-to-Stud Shower Wall in White, model #K-1018-0. This unit will set you back $442. Adding this unit to your bathroom brings elegance to the small space while still allowing for spacious bathing. The unit is a two piece shower wall featuring a shaving ledge along with three interior shelves. As you want your shower unit to last for quite some time, Kohler has made this unit using plastic and fiberglass. Use with the Devonshire neo-angle receptor and shower enclosure. Consider all Corner Shower Units to find one that fits the available space while also providing the features you need.
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