Mistakes to Avoid When Installing Sliding Shower Doors

 

Mistakes to Avoid When Installing Sliding Shower Doors

Common Mistakes People Make

When it comes to remodeling your bathroom, the significance of a frameless glass shower door is undeniable. It makes your shower area more beautiful and adds a touch of elegance. However, the process should be seamless because any mistakes can be very costly to repair. Here are some of the mistakes you should avoid making when installing sliding shower doors Doral. Learn more here.

Wrongly Aligned Shower Head or Body Spray

During installation, do not place the shower heads in a way that water hits vulnerable areas like the hinged side of the door or seams between the glass. Water rushing against these parts wets the floor and could also result in the doors sticking. Learn more about Install Your own Doral Frameless Shower Doors.

Installing in an Uncleanable Space

One big design mistake a lot of people make when installing sliding shower doors Doral is creating an uncleanable space by adding a piece of glass next to a glass or tiled wall. When put this way, water can flow between the glass shower door and the wall. Mold and mildew can start growing if the space is too small to clean or for water to dry quickly.

Not Protecting the Shower Glass

Unprotected glass may save you some money in the short term, but frequent cleaning and maintenance to prevent staining and corrosion will cost you more in the long run.

 

If you need help with your sliding shower door installation contact The Original Frameless Shower Doors and our experts will be more than happy to help.

 

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