Curbless Shower: 8 Ways to Contain the Water InsideBarry Smith
When thinking of a curbless shower you may wonder, as most people do, how exactly the water is kept in the correct area and doesn’t get all over the floor of your bathroom. There are a few ways that various showers keep in the water, and this article goes over some of the more common ones.
In general, from a water-containment perspective, a shower door will usually contain the water better than a shower curtain. If someone in the home uses a walker or wheelchair, however, or anticipates needing to use one in the near future, then from an ease-of-use standpoint a shower curtain is typically preferable because it requires less tricky maneuvering for a person to enter and exit the shower.