Starting your day with a shower used to be your favorite part of the morning. Just like your morning coffee, a shower is invigorating and gets the blood flowing. Getting older has changed that, and now there’s a fear of not getting over the step into your shower. Therefore, a zero entry shower is the answer you’re looking for. If you aren’t ready to move into an assisted living facility, I want to help you. Let me show you how easy it is to add a curbless shower into your home. Continue reading to see some great benefits of adding a zero entry shower into your home.
A Curbless Shower Is Visually Appealing
You don’t have to be in need of an accessible shower to appreciate the look of a curbless shower. Unlike many accessible features, a curbless shower blends in with the surrounding area easily. It is also worth noting that a zero entry shower is much easier to keep clean as well. Think about it, one of the hardest areas to clean is the wall to floor transition. If you use a zero entry shower you eliminate the floor to wall transition in that area. Another way a curbless shower is visually appealing is in it’s simplicity. Eliminating the curb makes your shower appear larger, and that is another great benefit.
Installing one of these showers takes quite a bit of skill to do correctly. With a standard shower the curb will help contain water from the faucet. The water management system for a curbless shower needs to be properly installed. Your shower will see far more water than your roof will in a year. For that reason, be sure that you hire a Certified Tile Installer. You need to protect the investment you have made in your home.
A curbless shower will fit any design and bathroom type. If you are looking for an upgrade that won’t kill the budget and still turn some heads, a zero entry shower is what you’re looking for. If you have an accessibility need, certainly feel free to contact me directly. I am here to help guide you in the process of successfully remodeling your bathroom. Together, we can make your dream bathroom a reality. Finally, I invite you to check out our tile store Legacy Bath and Tile in Columbia, MO.