Shower Screens

Ridgeline Glass & Glazing offers a wide range of shower screens to suit your needs and budgets. All our screens are made at our factory in Healesville. To ensure your new shower screen fits perfectly we measure on-site prior to manufacturing. Our range has 3 basic levels that can be modified depending on your requirements.

1. Framed Shower Screens

These are our most cost effective and durable shower screens. They have a solid yet elegant frame in either an anodised finish or powder coated. They have a pivot door with very durable stainless steel pivot pins and a full captive magnet closing stile to ensure minimal water leakage. The doors come standard with a gutter so the water is directed into the shower base when the door is opened. Grade A Safety Glass in clear, tinted or obscured are used in these screens. A wide variety of colours and finishes are available.

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2. Semi Frameless Shower Screens

These are our most popular range, offering the looks of a fully frameless screen, yet still being cost effective. The Mirage 3050 system from Dias Aluminium is a great shower screen with minimal framework, clean lines, good looks and easy cleaning. This system uses Grade A Toughened Safety Glass with polished edges and is available in clear, tinted or frosted glass. A dual edge spray flap comes standard on the bottom of the door ensuring minimal leakage.

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3. Full Frameless Shower Screens

This is our top of the range shower screen. It offers the great looks of a screen that is virtually invisible, enhancing the appearance of any bathroom dramatically. We use 10mm Toughened Grade A Safety Glass, which is produced locally by G.James Safety Glass in Campbellfield. Our hinges and fittings are of the highest quality, we do not use cheaper imported products that have a reduced lifespan.

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Visit our showroom to view our range of screens and the different options available.

All of our shower screens come with a 7 year warranty and meet the relevant requirements of AS 1288-2006, (Glass in buildings-Selection and installation) and AS 2208-1978, (Safety glazing material for use in buildings-Human impact)