Our shower trays can be used not only in a traditional shower, but also in a walk-in shower or wet room setting. In recent years, both low-profile and colour trays have grown in popularity. Low profile shower trays have a shorter step, and so offer ease of access to the shower enclosure. Black, grey and slate-finished trays can change the look of your shower from “functional” to “beautiful”.
Our collection of shower trays come from leading stockists such as Mexen, Besco and Excellence. We source our shower trays directly from the manufacturer, meaning you always get the lowest prices on our products. Have a look at our extensive range of shower trays now.
Shower Trays Shapes
Rectangular Shower Trays
The classic shape for a shower tray, rectangular shower trays are one of the most popular and most commonly used shape in Irish homes. One of the main reasons, is how easy the Rectagular Shower Tray is to fit into almost any sozed bathroom, making the most of the space available.
Square Shower Trays
The Square Shower Trays, is a smaller version of the larger rectangular tray. Usually these trays will appeal to those with a slightly smaller bathroom, as it is very efficient on space. They may be small, but they are perfectly formed!
Quadrant Shower Trays
Quadrant Shower Trays areanother super solution to those of us with more bijou bathrooms. While they are slightly smaller in terms of the space they use, they are big on style.
Pentagonal Shower Trays
These are once again a great solution for those looking to save on space, and give a very unique and stylish finish to your shower space.
D Shape Shower Trays
The real beauty of a D shape shower tray? It can be placed almost anywhere in your bathroom and will be sure to be the star of the show!
Sizes & Shapes of Shower Trays
There are various sizes of shower trays, ranging from 700-1400 mm in width and 800-1800 mm in length. When it comes to height, they range from 25-40 mm. We would recommend our customers (where possible) to consider the shower trays of 1000 mm in width and minimum of 1000 mm in-depth, for ultimate comfort.
A shower drain is one of the most important parts of your shower installation. What side the shower drain is placed will determine how easy it will be to fit a new shower tray. While some shower trays can be rotated so the shower drain can fit with ease, there are others with specific front and back settings, meaning it cannot be rotated to suit. Make sure to choose the correct shower tray and drain to suit your bathroom layout.
Shower Tray Materials
Whatever the trends in bathroom design, your drain needs to be functional and durable. Spend a little extra on a reputable brand, one you know will stand the test of time. Shower trays are mainly made of smooth acrylic finish. The main benefit of that material is how easy is it to clean and how durable it is. In recent years, new designs are appearing which imitate the effect of natural stone, tiling, glass, or stainless steel.
Another important component to your shower unit is the shower enclosure or shower doors. These can be a big investment, so make sure to conside all the options available before making your final decision.
What Makes our Range of Shower Trays an Ideal Choice?
We work with the highest quality materials to create bathrooms that are built to last, which is why the majority of the shower trays we offer are constructed from conglomerate cast marble. This is a highly durable material that feels just as good as it looks. It is highly resistant to scratches and cracks, as well as discoloration and other defects.
Our shower trays are available in the same brilliant white gloss that we use to construct our high-quality baths, sinks, and other bathroom fittings. That means it’s easier than ever to design your own unique bathroom suite, ensuring it suits your specific tastes and needs.
Because shower trays are so easy to install, it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to add a separate shower unit to your bathroom. But you’ll be amazed by what a huge difference it will make to your space. Sleek, stylish, and effortless, a new low profile shower could provide the focal point for the modern bathroom you always wanted.