Do you love taking a nice relaxing shower but you're not too crazy about getting in and out of the shower? Maybe you simply need a brand new shower door. To help you pick the perfect one, here are four types of shower doors and the advantages of each.
1. Frameless Glass Shower Door
This type of shower door is exactly what it sounds like as it is a glass shower door without a frame. Instead, a frameless shower door is made from a single pane of glass. A frameless shower door does not run along a track and helps to modernize the look of your bathroom.
Some of the advantages of a frameless shower door include:
Another advantage of a glass frameless shower door is that since there is no metal, it will not rust or corrode.
2. Bi-Fold Shower Door
This type of shower door consists of folding sections, one that is fixed and another that is moveable. This type of shower door is typically used for smaller-sized showers.
Some advantages of a bi-fold shower door include:
Bi-fold shower doors work especially well for corner showers.
3. Bypass Shower Door
This type of sliding shower door consists of panels made with tempered glass or plastic. The panels run along tracks that are located on the top and the bottom of the shower door. Bypass shower doors are usually found on bathtub/shower units.
The advantages of bypass shower doors include:
This type of shower door works well in bathrooms that are used by children as they are easy to operate and don't swing out, which increases the chance of hitting a nearby object.
4. Pivot Shower Door
This type of shower door contains a pivot hinge, which allows the shower door to swing in or out.
Some advantages of a pivot shower door include:
While pivot shower doors tend to be more expensive than other types, they add an ultra-modern look to your bathroom.
To learn more, contact a local shower store.Share
29 April 2021
I liked everything about my newly-purchased home with the exception of the garage door. The old swing type door didn't work for me. It took too much time and effort to open, and the door was a little too heavy for some of the family members. That's when I decided to talk with a contractor. With his help, I chose a remote controlled rolling door. Once it was in place, it was easy to see how convenient this was for our family. There was no lifting and no getting out of the car in the rain to open the door. Since it came with a manual override mechanism when the power was out, it was perfect. If you are thinking about installing a new garage door, let's talk. I'll tell you what I learned along the way and why I chose an overhead door for my garage.