Why Should You Make the Shower Door Switch?
Making the switch from an opaque shower curtain to clear glass shower doors will instantly glamorize your shower area. What’s more, the transparent glass will impart a sense of roominess and openness so that the shower stall no longer seems narrow and confining.
Visual Appeal Advantages of Shower Doors
Switching to glass shower doors will have a significant impact on your bathroom’s aesthetic appeal. Adding elegance and a feeling of roominess to your shower will make a world of difference. Shower door glass can be easily maintained and kept looking beautiful for years and years. Whereas shower curtains and liners need to be replaced every so often, shower doors will last and will create a clean, attractive aesthetic that you will never tire of.
The fact that the shower doors are transparent also makes the inside of your bathroom feel more opened up. While opaque curtains can create a division within the bathroom and make the space feel smaller and more constricted, a glass shower doors seems almost to not take up space at all, and the entire room can be clearly viewed all at once.
The versatile visual qualities of glass shower doors also means you have a lot of flexibility with the visual design of your bathroom as a whole. You won't likely find a visual display that won't match the shower doors, and you can be free to change the look as frequently or infrequently as you would like. The possibilities are endless!
Functionality of Shower Doors Protecting Your Bathroom
You can count on glass shower doors to help you keep the bathroom floor safe and dry. Shutting a glass door is simple and may be easier for family members to remember and carry out than properly arranging a shower curtain and liner. A quality door will close tightly and include vinyl components if needed to achieve a reliable seal.
We can almost bet that at some point you've forgotten to keep the liner of your shower curtain on the inside of the tub, and that the water running down the side of it quickly soaked your bathroom floor. This kind of hazardous inconvenience can be avoided by installing shower doors, which will remain water-tight and do not need to be adjusted, guaranteeing your bathroom floors will be protected and you will not be ruining your perfect shower experience by slipping in puddles of water.
Homeowners may feel more secure about water containment when the barrier is made of impermeable glass, rather than the cloth used on some shower curtains. Furthermore, glass can be dried after use to reduce the risk of mildew issues. Custom shower doors can be tailored to meet your specific needs and to fit your bathroom space.
Choosing the Right Shower Doors for Your Bathroom
Shopping for shower doors with Crystal Clear View Glass is much different from picking up a shower curtain from a department store. The process typically begins with an in-house consultation with a knowledgeable technician who inspects and measures the shower area. Once you’ve designed your shower door and enclosure, pieces of glass are fabricated according to the dimensions of the stall and any irregularities that may be present.
You can pick from among clear, ultra-clear, frosted, patterned, tinted, or cast glass for your doors . Additionally, your door options include bypass doors, frameless sliders, and swinging doors. Another good point is that modern shower doors can be frameless, semi-frameless, or framed.
Get in Touch With Crystal Clear View Glass
When you’re ready to upgrade your bathroom with some beautiful, new glass shower doors, just give us a call at 602-405-9151. Crystal Clear View Glass can walk you thru the entire process from getting measurements of your space to helping you design the look you want. Our priority is your complete satisfaction and happiness!
Whether working with businesses or individuals, everyone at Crystal Clear View Glass puts people first. It starts with Brandon, who hires self-directed professionals and empowers them to make a difference in every interaction. That culture is pervasive, from the team member who answers your call to the installer who expertly completes your glass project.