IDEAL Shower Doors

Author name: Michael Merlina

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The Advantages of Custom Shower Doors over a Big Box Store Kit

The ability to customize certain elements in the home allows you to create a space that’s specifically designed with your needs in mind, and it’s no different when it comes to creating a unique and highly functional bathroom space. A custom-made frameless shower door and enclosure can be tailored to fit the needs of you […]

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How to Choose the Right Style of Shower Door for a Small Bathroom

Looking for a new shower door is always an adventure, but finding the perfect shower door to fit in a smaller space makes that adventure even more challenging. Thankfully, we’ve come up with a handy guide to explain what you need to consider when searching for the right shower door style to make your small

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Exploring Different Types of Glass Textures for Your Shower Door

A glass shower door doesn’t just change the way your bathroom looks, but it can also add value to your home while making a high-traffic bathroom more functional. That’s because frameless glass shower doors are durable, built to last, and don’t require much maintenance. As a homeowner you can customize your shower door in a

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Standard Clear Glass or IDEAL Crystal Clear? Comparing Shower Door Materials for Durability and Style

Are you in the process of remodeling your bathroom? If so, you’ll need to make several design choices, including the type of glass you’ll use for your shower door and enclosure.  There are some shower options, each of which can provide something different regarding pros and cons. These days, both standard glass shower doors and

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Must-Know Tips for Cleaning Your Shower Doors the Right Way

Most homeowners choose glass shower enclosures as an affordable way to update their bathroom. Frameless glass shower doors and enclosures offer a sophisticated, modern look, however, the glass can be prone to mineral deposits and soap scum buildup. If you own a frameless glass shower door and enclosure, or you’re planning to upgrade your bathroom

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Introducing IDEAL Crystal Clear Shower Glass With No Green Tint

IDEAL Crystal Clear shower glass contains less than 10% of the iron found in regular glass, which means, no green tint. This glass is capable of transmitting 91% of light, whereas traditional shower glass is only able to transmit 83%. IDEAL Crystal Clear glass eliminates the greenish tint, allowing light to pass through at a

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The Ultimate Guide to Buying a Frameless Shower Door

If you’re considering redesigning your shower, finding the perfect frameless glass shower door is essential in achieving the overall look you want. A high-quality glass shower door can add value and beauty to your home while helping to prevent mold and mildew buildup and water damage. As to shower door options, there are a variety

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What are the differences between tempered glass and laminated glass?

There is a large difference between these two types of glass.  In the end, the main difference all boils down to how the glass breaks.  Tempered glass breaks into smaller pieces, and laminated glass will crack but remain together due to the plastic layer that is baked between the two pieces of glass. Tempered glass

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