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How to Measure Your Shower Tray

This guide covers the most commontray types. First, some general points:

  • With oblong or square trays in a corner, always measure from the tile (ignoring any trim) to the edge of the tray.
  • With oblong or square trays in a recess measure tile to tile.
  • If your tray has a lipped edge (sometimes called an upstand), measure to the inside of the lip.
  • All shower door sizes are based on the original tray sizes. After a tray is fitted and walls are tiled, your final measurement is typically reduced by 20 - 40 mm. e.g. an 800 mm square tray will typically end up at around 775mm!
  • Just check your final measurement is within the doors adjustment range!

Square or Oblong Trays with two tiled walls (i.e in a corner)

Measure A & B. They will typically vary by a few mm's. Simply make sure the door you chose adjusts to suit this measurement

Typical Solutions Include:

Corner entry door. Bi-fold, Sliding or Pivot doors used with a side panel (always check that you have enough access from the side you wish to enter from)

Square or Oblong Trays with 3 tiled walls (i.e in a recess)

Measure "A" from tile to tile along the tray. Take a second measurementapprox half way up the opening.

Typical Solutions Include:

Bi-fold (up to 1000mm).Pivot & Hingedoors (always check that you have enough access from the side you wishto enter from)

Sliding doors 1000mm up to 1700mm

Quadrant or Offset Quadrant Trays

Measure A & B. They will typically vary by a few mm's. Simply make sure thedoor you chose adjusts to suit this measurement!