Published at Friday, May 18th, 2018 - 06:49:35 AM. Shower Enclosure. By Oydis Lien.
Easy to Clean Showers. Don’t you get tired of the hassles of keeping your shower clean! It’s hard to reach all of the corners, and sometimes that soap scum just won’t come off! That doesn’t even come close to the difficulty in getting rid of bacteria and mold. Our shower enclosures, though, are easy to clean. They are made out of the highest quality, non-porous acrylic and infused with Microban® to fight bacteria. The non-porous factors in here because there is no expansion and contraction that you find with many plastic enclosures. Bacteria, mold, and soap scum sit on top of the surface and wipe away easily with a cloth and a little cleaner. Not only is the surface of the enclosure easy to clean, there is no grout. How many hours have you spent scrubbing those little black lines between the tiles in your shower? And then, after a few years of scrubbing, you have to re-grout. You can avoid all these problems with a new shower from Luxury Bath of Tampa Bay.
Raised Tiles and Overhangs. Shower doors should be installed in such a way that nothing interferes with their movement and there are no gaps between the door and the wall. Environments that interfere with door movement are raised decorative tiles and overhanging tiles, and granite or marble slabs atop a shower seat or buttress wall. The tile or granite can be modified to allow for door operation, but a filler might need to be applied, negatively impacting the look of the finished product. A better solution is to include a fixed panel in your design. That way, the door can align with the panel on one side, opening and closing properly with no interference. On the other side, the tile can be notched to allow the panel to line up flush against the wall.
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