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Shower Trays for Sale
At Modern Living, we have quadrant, rectangular, square and walk-in shower trays for sale from top brands, such as Siena and Eastbrook. With a broad range of depths, heights and widths, we are sure to have what you’re looking for. We even have anti-slip shower trays for sale with left and right-hand self-cleaning vortex waste. Many of our trays also come with anything from a two-year to a lifetime guarantee. Our trays are manufactured from cast stone, natural stone resin and capped acrylic stone. If you’re looking to purchase your shower trays from us at Modern Living, give us a call.
Shower Tray FAQs
See down below for our most frequently asked questions about shower trays.
What sort of shower trays are best?
Acrylic shower trays continue to be a very popular choice amongst our customers. This is because it is a durable, easy to clean, lightweight and non-slip material, meaning that is has all of the features a good shower tray should have.
That’s why we, at Modern Living, believe that acrylic shower trays are the best option for the home.
What is a good size shower tray?
The average shower tray size is 700-2000mm but it completely depends on the the type of shower tray that you are needing.
How to clean a shower tray?
The simple, cost-effective way to clean your shower tray is to simply pour hot soapy water around the shower tray and then wipe it with a cloth. We do not advise using tough, or gritty cleaners as it can damage the surface of the shower tray.
What is the best material for shower trays?
Whilst acrylic is a popular choice for shower trays due to their affordability, polymarble stone resin is certainly the best quality material for a shower tray. They are sturdier, quick to install and offer point drainage.
As well as this, polymarble stone resin shower trays are made from advanced drainage technology, meaning that a more effective, firm water barrier is formed in your shower.
Are low profile shower trays any good?
Low profile shower trays are a great choice for the modern bathroom and not just because of their highly attractive design. But, they can be installed easily and in the same way as a standard tray. If you’re wanting to install the tray flat to the floor, the lower profile will work to your advantage as it is easier to recess to floor level. Low profile shower trays are the way to go if you’re looking for safety. With better accessibility and a naturally anti-slip textured slate finish, truly a low profile shower tray is the way to go for an accessible shower solution.