Complete showers come with pre-drilled holes which makes assembly a breeze. Any half decent DIY guy can do the job. Everything bolts together and it is simplicity itself to ensure that the fit is accurate and water-tight. With all the pipe-work already incorporated into the design, you will find that the installation of hot and cold water is quite simple. There will be no requirement for you to cut and drill into the walls to complete the installation.
Shower enclosures come with the tray, walls and mixer units all included. You will save on the price of purchasing these things separately. It's also quite possible that you will find other features that are incorporated into the design such as body jets that will not cost you much at all. You will also not have to prepare the pipe work for these body jets the way you would in a traditional shower.
So, after considering the positioning, cost and time Shower Wall Tile Guys there really is little else to think about. The cost of installing a shower unit as opposed to buying each item separately makes this a very attractive option for you. The major cost savings relate to the lack of tiling and plumbing work that would be required.
You can most likely complete the work yourself in a very short period of time. So don't worry about it being more expensive than a traditional shower. Shower cubicles will likely save you money and time. So long as you have the basic building skills and the tools, you can have a shower unit up in no time at all.