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You can give a new look to your bathroom by installing sliding shower doors which are available in all designs. This can be done without undergoing any major renovation in your bathroom as you just have to put a glass case around the bathing area. These sliding doors can easily be installed around the bath tub or standalone shower units. Beside the stylish and trendy look given by these sliding doors there are many practical reasons for preferring them over other options. These sliding doors can actually protect other areas of your bathroom from getting wet or moistened. These sliding doors are an ideal alternative for the conventional shower curtains because they serve the purpose better than shower curtains.
The brush nickel frame finish accents the ¼-inch tempered frosted glass. The single sliding door is reversible for both left and right opening. The durable top is both scratch and stain resistant while the textured floor is slip resistant. This fiberglass reinforced option costs a little more than $600. Other Shower Door Options While sliding shower doors can be both beautiful and functional you may still want to look into other types of doors. One option is the bi-fold type. Rather than sliding this door folds into two sections upon opening. This type of door usually falls into the price range between $500 and $700 so you are making a long-term investment.
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These doors will rid you of all those uncomfortable feelings that shower curtains give and maximizes the enjoyment of your shower time experience. Sliding shower doors are a significant upgrade to your bathroom. Not only will they look better compared to shower curtains it also adds safety and functionality to your bathroom. In cases of accidents and slipping these shower doors can break your fall since they are sturdy enough to stand up to impact unlike shower curtains that offer zero protection against slipping. Metal handles and bars associated with these sliding doors could also be used as towel holders and as hand supports as well. The most common types are glass sliding shower doors and acrylic sliding shower doors.