Mould and Corrosion Free
Frames doors have a seal to keep the moisture out. Unfortunately, mould can find its way underneath the seal, something that doesn’t happen with frameless screens. Additionally, you also don’t need to worry about your metal frame corroding.
A Seamless and Open Space
In a small bathroom, a framed shower door can introduce a bulky element that interrupts the flow of the room. It feels cluttered and cramped. On the other hand, frameless shower screens don’t bring any visible division to the room. They even enhance the shower decor, showcasing your shower tiles and plumbing style, for instance.
Creating Your Style
Unlike framed shower systems, a frameless screen offers a wide range of customization. Aside from being more appealing to the eye, they provide additional flexibility of design. You can fit a frameless shower screen without worrying about space restrictions, as models typically come in several sizes and configurations.
Wide Range of Motion
When you don’t have to worry about hinges and in which direction the door opens, you can pivot the frameless door effortlessly in the direction that suits you best. For narrow spaces, it’s the ideal choice.
Possible Disadvantages of Frameless Shower Glass:
A frameless screen is more expensive than your typical framed shower door. If budget is a criterion, this may not be the best option for you. However, it’s a long-term investment that you won’t need to replace any time soon!
They can be tricky to install
Experienced DIYers can attempt to install a framed shower screen, Shower Glass at home as long as they’ve got the right tools. However, you will need a specialist to ensure a safe and smooth frameless screen installation in your property. Professional contractors need to set up the hinges safely. Amateur installations can lead to future damage and injuries.
They can let some water through
By definition, a frameless shower screen doesn’t have any seal to keep the water in. Therefore, they are likely to let the water through. Ideally, to avoid issues, you want to install your frameless shower door on the wall opposite the showerhead. If your showerhead is aimed at the door, you will experience some leakage.