Showerdome® puts a lid on shower steam

Showerdome® puts a lid on your shower to stop steam and warm moist air getting out. It also prevents cold air getting into your shower, so steam clouds don’t form inside.

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The billowing steam from a shower often causes misty mirrors, slippery floors and wet walls. In time, this can cause mould and mildew.
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Meet Showerdome®, custom cut at the time of install and fitted over your shower cubicle. Once it’s installed, you won’t even know it’s there.
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Showerdome® shower tops prevents any steam from forming in your bathroom by providing a barrier between the warm moist air in your cubicle, and the cool air in your bathroom.
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What causes bathroom steam?

Even though your shower water is nowhere near the boiling point of 100°C, some of the water molecules have enough energy to break free and become invisible water gas molecules. In other words, steam. They’re incredibly light, so easily stay suspended in the warm air. If the invisible steam meets colder air and cools down, the molecules start to join together to make tiny droplets of liquid water. These droplets make up the visible clouds that you see in your bathroom.

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Showerdome stops steam for a warmer, safer, more economical shower

With a Showerdome® shower top, your bathroom remains dry, safe and clear while you stay warm and cosy inside your shower. You’ll enjoy mist-free mirrors, prevent mould and extend the life of your paint and bathroom features. And because your shower feels warmer, you can run it at a lower temperature and save on energy costs.

There’s nothing you have to remember to turn on, no running costs and no moving parts to wear out.

Frequently Asked Questions

Simple – there isn’t any! Shower steam (or more accurately – ‘moisture laden air’) is only created when the cold air in your bathroom, meets the warm moist air that your shower creates. It is ONLY when these 2 air masses mix, that steam is created.

When you fit a Showerdome® shower top, you are putting a barrier between these 2 components, and therefore NO shower steam is created.

There is approximately 2 cubic metres of cold air within your shower cubicle when you first turn the shower on.

As the water warms up, this cold air will condensate, and will seek out the coldest surface. In this instance, the glass or acrylic shower box.

From the outside looking in, it may appear that the shower is steamed up – however the cubicle itself is completely clear and free of steam as there is simply no more cold air to generate any.

Every Showerdome® shower top comes with a LIFETIME GUARANTEE to stay crystal clear.

There are 13 different Showerdome® shower top designs providing a range of shapes and sizes. Each design is trimmed during installation to create a perfect fit. You can install a Showerdome® shower top yourself or opt to have it installed by your local handyman or builder.


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