Your shower is one of those things that can easily start to look a little bit run-down over time, even if you clean it on a regular basis. However, you don’t have to just live with a shower that isn’t pleasant to step into each morning or one that doesn’t make your bathroom look as good as it could.
When it’s time to remodel your shower for a more refreshing experience, use these simple tips to help guide you through the process.
Start with Flooring
A shower with a boring floor or one that simply no longer looks good and can’t be cleaned is never going to make you feel good about your bathroom. When you begin to remodel your shower, the first thing you need to focus on is the flooring. You can use all sorts of different materials in a shower, from treated wood to natural stone to glass tile. Decide what works for your space and budget and replace it all with something new.
You can even use traditional ceramic tile if you’re on a budget and don’t want to spend a fortune to make your shower look nice again.
Switch That Door
An older shower door can wreak havoc on an otherwise nice space. Take the time to replace an old shower door with a new one made of modern materials.
Replace Your Showerhead
It might seem like a simple thing, but replacing your showerhead with a more sophisticated one can make a huge difference in how you perceive your shower and how getting in it each time really feels. If you can, opt for a large overhead showerhead or a handheld one. You’ll also use less water with a handheld showerhead, which will save you money by reducing your water usage.
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Robert Matheka is the Owner of Kala Construction Inc.., a leading water damage and water damage restoration services. provider in Ontario, CA. Our services include extraction of water and drying out the structure by using special extraction equipment, air movers, and dehumidification equipment to restore your property back to normal after a disaster.