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How to fit a shower curtain rail

Shower curtains add privacy and function as a decorative piece in most bathrooms. These are installed by either using a fixed curtain rail or flexible curtain rail. This article will focus on how to install a flexible curtain rail. The main advantage of this type of shower curtain rail is that it will easily bend, allowing to fit shower curtains in any sized bathroom.

At Ironmongery Experts, we supply a range of bendable shower rails for sale, which come complete with all the equipment necessary for installation, including wall brackets, nylon hooks and gliders. To complete the look, browse through our selection of shower curtains available.

We recommend that you consult a professional when completing any DIY projects. Please read our disclaimer at the end of this article.

Materials.

  • Curtain rail
  • Tape measure
  • Pencil
  • Drill
  • Level

Instructions.

Step 1. Measure up from the floor the height you want to install the curtain rail. Mark the location for your curtain rail on each side of the shower wall with a pencil.

Note: Remember that you want to ensure the shower curtain will hang properly. It is recommended to have 2 inches of space between the floor and shower curtain, but you may need to adjust your measurements to meet your requirements.

Step 2. Ensure that there are no electrical wires on the wall before drilling. Drill holes on your wall marks and insert wall anchors.

Step 3. Secure the mounting brackets with screws into the wall anchors.

Step 4. Slide your curtain rings onto the curtain rail.

Step 5. Mount the shower rail into the brackets and hang your curtain.

And that’s it! If you require any advice regarding our products or simply have a question, don’t hesitate to contact our team via email at info@ironmongeryexperts.co.uk or call us on 01376 557 561.

 

Disclaimer

At Ironmongery Experts we strongly advise that you always use safety precautions when undertaking a DIY project and ensure that you read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions when using any building materials, products or tools for your projects.

We try our best to provide clear and correct instructions within our articles, however, please note that this information should only be used as a general guide and some information within the text may not be entirely accurate.

When using our articles for information and advice, please note that it is your SOLE RESPONSIBILITY to determine whether you have the competence and knowledge to undertake the task that you want to complete.

Before starting a DIY task, it is essential that you are aware of any existing building, gas, water and electrical works regulations. If you have any reservations, we recommend that you complete additional research or contact the appropriate professional body.

We also strongly recommend that a qualified tradesperson completes relevant safety checks on any DIY work you have completed.