Speedy shower screens

We Install, Repair and Replace
Shower and Bath Screens
We install shower and bath screens to suit your requirements and can repair
most types of older screens.
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Serving Melbourne Metro and nearby parts of
country Victoria since 1992

We install shower and bath screens to suit your requirements and can
repair most types of older screens.

Why Choose Us

Fast Turnaround Timesyellow@2x

Fast Turnaround Times

Over 30 Years Experienceyellow@2x

Over 30 Years Experience

High Qualityyellow@2x

High Quality

Locally Made and Ownedyellow@2x

Locally Made and Owned

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Frameless Shower Screens

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Semi-Frameless Shower Screens

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Frameless Shower Screens

How We Work

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About Us

Commenced in 1992, Speedy Shower Screens is a family owned business servicing the Melbourne metropolitan area and nearby parts of country Victoria.

We have developed tools and techniques that enable us to manufacture shower screens on site. We aim to give all our customers our triple S guarantee: Speed, Service and Satisfaction.

All installers are employees of Speedy Shower Screens and follow a strict code of conduct which includes keeping to appointment times wherever possible and communicating with customers where unforeseen circumstances arise. We do not use sub-contractors.

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Our specialist repair service has parts and glass available for most shower screens including
many older discontinued designs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our specialist repair service has parts and glass available for most shower screens including
many older discontinued designs.

Speedy Shower Screens uses both toughened and laminated safety glass, both of which comply with Australian Standards.

Toughened glass is heat treated to improve its strength and is typically used for Frameless and Semi Frameless shower screen panels where the glass has an exposed edge. If it does break it crumbles into small pieces which are less likely to cause harm.

Laminated glass has a plastic layer sandwiched between two layers of glass and is typically used for Fully Framed screens where there are no exposed edges. If it does break the glass can crack like normal glass but is held together by the internal plastic layer. This maintains the integrity of the panel and is less likely to cause harm.

Speedy Shower Screens does not use Wired glass as it is no longer complies with Australian Standards for use in shower screens.

We can only help stop leaks where the leak is coming between the frame and wall tiles or the frame and base. If there is a crack in the base or the tiles, or where the leak is behind the tilework, then you will need a plumber or specialized tradesman.

A semi-frameless shower screen uses toughened glass which has been cut to size, polished, and put through an intense heat process prior to delivery to us. It can no longer be cut or machined in any way. Some edges of the glass are framed and others are exposed. All exposed edges have a smooth polished finish.

A fully framed screen uses laminated glass which can be cut to size on site. Laminated glass must be framed to cover all edges.