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Questions to Ask When Remodeling Your Bathroom

If you are looking to remodel your bathroom, the place to start may be with your shower. There are several things to consider before you start your remodeling project. The following are questions you should ask yourself or your contractor before getting started.

  • What style do I want?
    There are several different styles available for bath tubs and showers. You can decide to have a cubicle or enclosure style shower. There are many other design options you will have to make a decision on as well. The best option may vary based on how your bathroom is setup. A cubicle or enclosure option may not work.

  • What kind of door do I want?
    The shower door can be a sliding glass door. The door can be frameless. If the door is frameless, it does not have metal on the edges of the door. If you have a specific design in mind, many companies can provide a customized option for you as well.

  • What kind of glass do I want?
    Tempered glass is one of the more common choices available to you as a consumer. This glass is heat strengthened. It is about four times stronger than traditional glass. This choice is also a safety issue. If the tempered glass is broken, the broken particles do not form sharp edges.

  • What is my budget?
    Before you get started on your project, you need to determine how much money you have to spend. What parts and accessories are necessary for the job? Are you going to perform the work yourself or hire a contractor?
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    Koonse Glass Co Inc
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    300 N 10th St, Columbia, MO 65201
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    Tired of having a bathtub curtain gap or create drafts during a steamy shower? Waterproof curtains and screens keep water from spilling out on to the tile floor. Escaping steam causes metal fixtures to rust. Curtains also grow mildew and tear. Some curtains leave gaps that allow water to leave the cubicle tray. Glass and metal enclosures keep water from getting out and provide a classy look. Remodel your bathroom with one of these systems, new faucets, and matching accessories.

    Home improvement stores sell do-it-yourself systems. Before you attempt to tackle this project, make sure you have the tools and patience. Incorrect installations will to leak and cause water damage. In tight quarters, it's unlikely you'll work with a second person. In most cases, you'll be doing the work by yourself. It's difficult to hold a door and secure it in place at the same time. Frustration is common. This is why it's often better to let the experts handle the job.

    Frameless enclosures offer a seamless look that appeals to homeowners. The glass units have little metal to keep polished. Simply clean the walls and the unit looks new for years. Frameless units fit any size shower stall, including a small corner cubicle.

    Companies provide custom panels for a tub or stall. They also repair the units. When you call for a quote, specify if you have a full tub, corner stall, or custom stall. Most businesses send a specialist to measure the area and show you sample designs. Once you've placed your order, the installer brings the parts out. They install the unit, make sure the pivoting or sliding doors work correctly. Then, they clean the area and leave you with a stall that looks brand new.