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Why Consider a Walk-in Shower
- Walk-in showers are open looking due to the fact that they do not require a curtain or door to keep water in.
- For those with injuries or other movement concerns a walk-in shower can offer far better access. Walk-in showers have a small curb to prevent water from spilling onto the bathroom flooring.
Why Not Consider a Walk-in Shower
- A house without any bathtubs might have a lower resale worth as a full tub is considered a complete bathroom versus a 3 quarter bath.
- Tubs are simpler to bath children in.
- A walk-in shower may give less privacy than a shower stall with a door.
- Showering in a walk-in shower without a door can make it feel drafty.
Ways to Sit in your walk-in shower
Shower seats provide you more versatility with your walk-in shower. Having the ability to sit down in the shower offers the flexibility to shave legs, reach toiletries and perhaps reach certain sprays. Walk-in showers with elegant seats that welcome bathers to sit down and relax.
Setup Process for Walk-In Showers
Here are the basic steps in installing a walk-in shower:
Eliminate the old tub and demolish wallboard as needed.
If required, new wall framing to fit new shower.
Supply of water lines, drains and any overhead lights will be done.
Shower pan setup. A prefab shower pan needs just to be embeded in place and connected to the framing,
This is the time to position the wall surround.
The mechanical last is done by putting in faucets, showerheads and drains pipes.
Setup of glass doors or panels is done last to prevent accidental cracks or chips from other setup actions.
Walk-in Shower care
Congrats! You've got a new updated shower room. Here are some standard suggestions to keep your walk-in shower in leading shape.
- Start your shower room exhaust ventilator prior to showering.
- Use an open-bottom shower caddy to hold containers of bath gel, hair shampoo, conditioner, and bar soap. Leaving these items on tile racks or the flooring can cause sticky, slimy residue and mildew development.
- After every shower, utilize a day-to-day shower spray (which you can make yourself or locate in your grocery store cleaning supply aisle), which breaks down soap residue. Spray gently on tile walls and floors to assist shed water and keep soap scum and hard water deposits from forming.
- After the spray, squeegee the tile walls with a rubber squeegee to get the walls to dry faster and prevent mildew.
- If you have tile, you ought to spray it as soon as a week with a shower room cleaner and nylon brush and rinse.
- Clean glass panels with industrial glass cleaner and soft tidy fabrics (or absorbent paper towels) after each shower to keep glass gleaming clean.
- If you have tile, seal the grout lines every 6 months to prevent mildew and discolorations.
How Much is a Walk-In Shower?
The least expensive choice-- a prefab walk-in shower kit-- costs in between $800 and $2,500, based upon size and quality. DIY walk-in shower setup can save you some money but having an expert set up will include another $750-$ 2500. Depending upon the last size and the materials chosen, an expertly set up customized shower can run $6,500 to $15,000 or more. To obtain an estimate for your project you can set up a visit here