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The Perks Of A Frameless Shower Enclosure

Are you frustrated with having a small bathroom that makes it hard to enjoy showers? If you don’t have the budget for expanding the walls in your bathroom, you may want to opt for a shower enclosure that is frameless and can create the illusion of a bigger space. Discover in this article why investing in a frameless shower enclosure is a good idea.

You Won’t Feel Cramped

The biggest perk of having a frameless shower enclosure in a small bathroom is that it won’t make you feel cramped. A frameless shower door is designed to display glass from the floor up, which gives the illusion of continuous space into the outer area of the shower. However, if you have a bathtub and shower combination, the enclosure will be installed on the bath tub. Even with a bathtub included, it will feel like more space because you won’t have to use a shower curtain.

It Will Last Longer Than Average Shower Doors

In order for frameless shower enclosures to stand in an upright position, they are designed with thicker glass than average shower doors. However, keep in mind that the thickness of frameless shower enclosures will vary based on quality, although they are overall thicker than other shower doors. The enclosures are also great for preventing water leaks when you are showering, as they are not installed in metal tracks. Metal tracks are not ideal because water can sit in the in them and lead to mold growth.

Your Bathroom Will Look Better

You will also find that a shower enclosure can add to the beauty of your bathroom. For instance, if there are shelves and racks in the shower area, you can display decorative items on them. The items will be seen through the shower enclosure to spruce up your bathroom. You will also have the option of hanging art on the wall in the shower area for added appeal when looking through the enclosure.

The Price is Affordable

There are several things that will play a role in the overall price of a frameless shower enclosure, including thickness, type and quality. Whether or not you have a single shower or bathtub attached to it will also have an effect on the price. Expect to pay a minimum or $100 or more for an enclosure for a bathtub and shower combination. A walk-in shower enclosure will cost at least $150 and up. Speak to a contractor, such as those at Shower Doors & More, about installing a shower enclosure in your small bathroom!