Everyone has to make decisions in life, but some are harder than others. One of those tricky decisions can be which type of shower screen you should buy for your new bathroom. Choosing a shower door is not something you should decide on a whim.
You have to think about your bathroom’s appearance, functionality, and your budget too. However, what can help is knowing what’s available, to begin with. Here are a few of the many options that may pique your curiosity. You can be on your way to purchasing the perfect shower screen in no time.
Frameless Shower Screens
Shower screens with no frames are popular for many reasons. They are customised to suit your unique space and are easy to clean. Because of a lack of hardware, they also make a bathroom appear far larger than it is. If you have a conservative sized bathroom, a frameless shower screen might be for you.
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So you have rented the equipment, the project manager has finalised the plans and you are ready to strap on your hard hat and begin to dig. Before the project kicks off and you start to dig, it is critical that everyone on site is fully aware of the safety rules and regulations regarding excavation. If you are not crystal clear on the regulations you can download the free PDF from Safe Work Australia.
Here are a few basic tips needing review each time you begin an excavation project—whether big or small. These safety tips will not only make the excavation project run smoothly, it will ensure that you operate a safe and hazard free work site at all times.
Know the hazards in the area: Obtain correct drafts of where the utilities (water, sewerage, gas) are located on the excavation site. Then before digging begins ensure that all utilities are clearly marked and the depth is verified.
Do regular safety checks: Before work begins do a walk around inspection of all equipment before use. Be diligent in checking all fluids and fixing any maintenance problems immediately. Demand any and all repairs are complete before operation – even when time restraints are tough never take a short cut.
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