Glass Shower Lake in the Hills
Showers are a great way to stay clean. Unlike baths, showers continually cycle fresh water in and take the dirty water out. The drawback of showers though is that they tend to spray water everywhere, especially with clogged shower heads. The shower curtain is typically used to keep the water in the shower, but is hard to clean, doesn’t always work, and can age. Glass showers have an elegant look to them that is timeless, they are sealed so you don’t have to worry about water leaking out, and can be cleaned with most household cleaners. Finer Concepts can help you with your shower by installing Custom Shower Glass for you. We specialize in:
- Splash Guards
- Single Door
Splash Guard Shower Lake in the Hills
Splash Guard Showers, also known as Fixed Showers, are a pane of glass that does not move with an opening that allows you to walk right into the shower. These are often paired with unique shower heads that rains water down. Splash Guard showers have the benefit of no moving parts. This means that nothing can break down causing difficulty getting in or out, or stopping you. Only the physical breaking of the glass or other materials is a problem. With less moving parts means fewer crevices that dirt and grime can get into, making Splash Guard Showers easier to clean. The drawbacks for these types of showers are that water can get out easier as well. In addition, the steam from a hot shower is free to move out into the bathroom and can cause the shower to be less relaxing.
Single Door Shower Lake in the Hills
As the name implies, this is a shower with a single door. Typically two sliding panels or doors are added to glass showers. This makes getting in and out simpler, however having two doors also means that there is twice the chance of one not being completely closed while you’re taking a shower. Single door showers can also be used in small spaces to help maximize space in small areas. Single doors also have less moving parts than double doors, which means less that can go wrong as well. Sometimes you’ll encounter a double shower door where one door is always a problem while the other one opens and closes with ease.
Sliding Door Shower Lake in the Hills
A sliding door is a very efficient and space saving door for showers. A sliding glass door can easily replace shower curtains in many situations and can work with bathtubs showers as well as regular showers. A glass door slides along a metal track either located at the top and bottom of the door or just the top. The tracks are designed to empty into the shower, so water does not get outside. However, it is important to make sure to keep the track clean as it can cause problems in the long run.
Steam Showers Lake in the Hills
Have you ever wanted to take a trip to a spa every day? A steam shower can recreate a relaxing spa feeling without having to book or pay for a spa trip. In addition to the shower head, a steady stream of steam is pumped into the shower, which is typically fully sealed to keep the steam from escaping. This helps to open pores and relax your body to de-stress as you clean up.
Semi-Frameless Showers Lake in the Hills
A modern trend with Glass showers is Frameless showers. However full frameless showers give one drawback, the seal that prevents water from leaving the shower. Semi-Frameless showers combine the seal of a framed glass shower with the look of a frameless shower, allowing you to enjoy the modern look without having to give up the functionality that a glass shower brings.
Glass Shower Installation Lake in the Hills
The biggest problem any homeowner faces when picking a glass shower is installation. It can be very difficult and costly to install a glass shower, but our staff at Finer Concepts makes it easy. Our competitive pricing gives you the ability to get more for your money. We will be more than happy to answer your questions about getting a new glass shower or replacing an existing glass shower. We can also help with other glass needs such as glass shelves, tables, windows, and more. Give us a call today; you’ll be glad you did.