Create and Install a Glass Shower Partition
Trading in your shower curtain for a glass shower partition is a great way to make your bathroom appear brighter and more open.
If you’ve been thinking about installing a glass shower partition in your bathroom, contact the specialists at Glass Doctor®. Our certified professionals have the knowledge and expertise to help you choose the perfect glass complement for your bathroom.
Benefits of a Glass Shower Partition
In addition to making your bathroom feel more open and welcoming, glass shower partitions can enhance the design of your bathroom. If you’re looking for a sleek, modern look or want to create a luxurious spa-like retreat, a custom glass shower partition is a great option for you.
What to Expect with Glass Doctor
If you’re ready to create the shower of your dreams, the experts at Glass Doctor will guide you through the entire process. We’ll assist you with design, installation, and maintenance, all while keeping your budget in mind.
In order to prepare for your consultation, here are a few things you’ll need to consider:
- Configuration: The maximum weight of glass your bathroom’s walls can support is determined by the material your walls are made from (e.g. glass or tile) and where the studs are located.
- Shower heads: You’ll need to have an idea of the type of shower head you want. This will help us ensure your custom glass partition prevents water from spraying onto the walls or floor.
- Ventilation: If your bathroom isn’t properly ventilated, moisture can build up and cause mold to grow. The ventilation in your bathroom will need to be considered before your shower door is installed. Glass Doctor will perform ventilation evaluation for you during your consultation.
Install a Glass Shower Partition with Glass Doctor
When you’re ready to get started, check out our Shower Door Gallery for glass shower partition inspiration, then call Glass Doctor at 855-603-1919 to schedule your free, in-home consultation.
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