The Two C's

The Two C's

The Simple Bathroom Renovation That Can Make Your Daily Experience So Much Better

by Floyd Dunn

You spend a lot of time in your bathroom every day so it makes sense to invest a bit of money into it to ensure that it feels like a premium experience. After all, a little bit of cash can go a long way towards making your home bathroom feel like something out of a catalog. While it might not sound intuitive, your shower doors can cast quite a dour presence over the whole room in a way that only becomes really visible after you upgrade them and realize how bad they used to be. If you want a better bathroom but don't want to break the bank, here's why you should consider upgrading your shower doors.

Change The Material

Glass is by far the best material when it comes to anything related to your bathroom. Glass shower doors seamlessly blend into virtually any design and make the whole room feel much bigger. Even plastic shower doors do not look as good because of the way the light passes through them. Glass shower doors are much less opaque and, importantly, feel nicer to the touch so that you don't find yourself yanking open or slipping and falling onto a bendy plastic surface. 

Better To Clean

Look for frameless glass shower doors and your cleaning experience will go down to a fraction of what it used to be with your old fixtures. Frameless shower doors fit right into the wall and yet they have no metallic border or any surface where mold, soap scum, or dirt can build up. This makes them much easier to maintain, and it only takes a few minutes a week to properly clean them rather than having to be on your hands and knees, cleaning out the bottom border section of your wall with a toothbrush like you have in the past.


Glass might not always be associated with the term durability, but when it comes to shower screens it is undeniably one of the strongest materials out there. Unless you pick some very thick plastic that is reminiscent of a bulletproof window, glass is almost always going to be sturdier and more durable. The glass is also made safe so that if it does break, it does not splinter into major sharp pieces but tiny little ones that are not nearly as catastrophically dangerous to children and adults alike. Plastic shower doors can be very sharp should they break, which is a concern that families should consider when choosing which door will last the longest as they raise their family. 

For more information on glass shower doors, contact a professional near you.


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The Two C's

Welcome to a blog about the two C's. The two C's, as you might have already guessed are construction and contractors. These words are closely related. "Construction" refers to the art and science of building something. That something could be anything from a shed to a sidewalk. "Contractors" are the people who do the building. There are general contractors who do all sorts of building work, and then there are specialists who do work such as plumbing, electrical work, and drywall. Stop by and read a few articles when you have the time, and we promise you'll learn more about these two C's.