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Framed Or Frameless? Glass shower doors come in various different shapes and sizes. But the most obvious distinction is the frame. There are frameless and framed shower doors. The frameless option looks more elegant and offers other advantages as well. It is for example a lot easier to clean and therefore improves the hygiene in your bathroom. The disadvantages that come with this choice are the increased costs which are around 40% higher and the more expensive installation. If you are considering buying sliding shower doors then you might want to know about the pros and cons of each.
There are certain tasks you can carry out on a regular basis to make sure your door is working properly all the time. It is important to clean your shower enclosure on a regular basis especially around the edges of the door as this is where all the problems occur. Cleaning away the mould debris and all the other inhibitors from around the door will help improve the functionality of your door as well as remove any germs that can cause health problems in the near future. After showering a quick wipe around the shower especially around the shower track will help prevent water building up and rusting the shower track.
A header hinges clamps and track will support the panels of glass. Water proof silicone will seal the glass and the wall on the edges on the glass panel this gives it a watertight seal with a smooth edge that is clear. Frameless shower doors are safe tempered panels of safety glass that can withstand impact. These thick panels of safety glass are usually at least 1/4 inch in thickness the chances of breaking one are pretty slim. If for some reason they were to break you wouldnt have to worry about sharp shards of glass falling or cutting you. When tempered safety glass breaks it separates into small uniformed chunks of glass with smooth edges.