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Fibreglass Shower, Showers, NZ Made, One Piece Showers

Looking for a new shower that’s built to last?

We’ve got what you’re looking for. At The Shower Company (a division of Fibreglass Specialists) we offer two ranges of quality New Zealand made Fibreglass Showers.

The Moritz range of seamless fibreglass showers offers an affordable, easy to install solution for new construction or renovating an existing bathroom.  Moritz one-piece fibreglass showers are available in two and three sided options in a range of shapes and sizes.

The Regent range of showers offers an innovative one-piece model or two-piece functional range with moulded walls to suit both new bathrooms or renovations.

The Shower Company range of showers offer: -

Contact us for further information

One piece showers
Two piece showers

10 year Warranty
Installing your Fibreglass shower
Cleaning your Fibreglass shower


One piece showers

Moritz Front View

(measurements as per floor plans)





Moritz M1

(1000x1000 2 sided Square)





Moritz M2

(1000x1000 2 sided Cut off front)

10 Year Warranty

At The Shower Company we ensure stringent quality procedures are carried out on all our products before they leave the factory.  This warranty covers our products for workmanship for 10 years from the date of purchase, to the original registered purchaser with proof of purchase. For further details please contact us

Installing your fibreglass shower

Your new fibreglass shower from The Shower Company is very simple to install and comes with detailed instructions for your builder or a handyman to follow.  To ensure total satisfaction with your new shower it is important to follow the fitting instructions supplied with your shower.  We are more than happy to help with any questions you may have about or during the installation process.

Cleaning your fibreglass shower

How to prevent mildew and soap scum

The first step to keep a shower clean is to prevent soap build up and growth of mildew.  To do this wipe down the walls with a squeegee after showering to prevent soapy water drying there.  Consider using natural or liquid soaps in your shower instead of soap bars.  Some bars contain talc that contributes to soapy buildup on the shower walls and doors.

After showering open a window or use an extractor fan in your bathroom to reduce moisture. Mildew and mould love warm humid environments and removing moisture will help eliminate this.

How to clean your fibreglass Shower

You can use commercial cleaning products to clean your fibreglass shower.  Please ensure you read the labels on these products to ensure they are designed for use on fibreglass surfaces.  Some commercial products contain abrasives that will remove scum but they can also scratch the fibreglass surface and ruin its appearance.

There are inexpensive environmentally-friendly products you probably already have in your cupboard that you can use to clean your shower.  Vinegar, baking soda and Borax are all great alternatives to commercial cleaners.

You will need

  • White Vinegar 
  • Borax or Baking Soda
  • Squeegee
  • Sponge
  • Squirt bottle
  • Paper towel

Simply spray your shower walls and floor with white vinegar then let it sit for 10-15 minutes.  Dip a moistened sponge into a dish with baking soda or Borax and scrub the walls and floor.  Rinse the walls with clean water and squeegee them dry.

If you have difficult areas soak a paper towel with vinegar and leave the towel on the hard to clean area for approx 30 mins. Remove the towel and clean the area with your sponge dipped in baking soda.

Moritz M3

(900x900 2 sided Square)

Moritz M4

(900x900 3 sided Square)

Moritz M5

(1000 x 1000 3 sided Square)

Moritz M6

(900x900 2 sided Round)

Moritz M7

(1000x1000 2 sided Round ~ coming soon)


Regent 900R Top View

Regent 900R/750E Front View

(measurements as per floor plans)

Regent 750E Top View  


Two Piece Showers


Regent 800P

Regent 800P/900P Front View

(measurements as per floor plans)

Regent 900P  
Regent 900S Front View Regent 900S  
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