Watch These 3 Obvious Signs That You Have to Replace Your Shower Door
Taking care of the shower door is a focal point of almost every bathroom remodeling project. This element alone brings a lot of style, comfort, and functionality to the bathroom. Therefore, when it’s too damaged, a new shower door installation is the best course of action. Here are the most common signs to watch out for:
Damaged or Noisy Shower Door Components
Whether glass or another material, shower doors are susceptible to cracking and chipping. If the damage spreads, it will go onto the laches, springs, locks, and other components, making it extremely noisy. Sometimes, glass technicians fill small cracks and chips. Other times, they recommend a complete replacement of the entire door, if the framing, gaskets, seals, and handles are affected too.
Apart from being a beautiful addition to any bathroom, the shower door is also supposed to keep water and moisture inside the shower area. That means no leaks! If you see excess water on the floor outside the bathroom, this is a sure indication that you have to replace your shower door. Otherwise, these leaks may cause flooding or floor damage.
Rusted Door Frame
The glass isn’t the only component you should consider. If rust builds up on the frame and spreads to all the metal components, the metal will corrode and weaken. It is the result of being regularly exposed to the water from the shower. If the framing becomes too rusty and weak, it won’t be able to support the weight of the door anymore. An immediate replacement is needed.
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