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When to Repair and
When to Replace a
Glass Shower Door

If you’re planning a home remodel, one of the best ways to upgrade a boring
and old bathroom is by installing replacement shower doors. Aside from
reducing mildew, glass enclosures offer ease of access and give the illusion of a
much larger room. Adding a glass door also gives your space a more modern
and elegant look without the need for expensive fixtures.

But just like any part of your home, glass shower doors are susceptible to wear
and tear. They may be easily damaged if not properly maintained. That said,
we’ve listed a few things to help you determine if you need to repair or replace
your glass shower door.

1. Glass Discoloration
Moisture often leads to mold growth in your shower. This is caused by fungal
spores mixed with mineral deposits and soap scum, eventually discoloring the
glass door. Hard water and film buildup also impact the look of the door.
Some stains can be removed using household glass cleaners, but if the buildup
is too tough, that’s the time you need a new glass enclosure.

Cracks in any kind of glass are never a good sign, either. If this problem is
neglected, you could end up with shattered glass and possible injuries. For
doors with long cracks and huge chips, you need expert advice ASAP.
Depending on the severity of the damage, the technician might recommend a
minor repair, or else suggest a complete door replacement.

2. Corroded Frames
Glass shower doors are made with metal frames that are prone to corrosion as
time goes by. Once the rust expands, the metal could weaken and become less
effective at supporting the weight of the glass door. If the supporting metal
breaks, the glass could fall, shatter, and injure someone.

In order to avoid this, look for patches of red and brown along the door’s
framework, hinges, and track. Inform your trusted door expert if you notice
any problems with your enclosure. If the problem is beyond repair, then that’s
the time you need a replacement shower door.

3. Leaks and Puddles on the Floor After You
Shower
A glass enclosure’s main purpose is to keep the water inside the shower stall. If
water starts to leak out of the glass shower door and goes into your bathroom
floors, you could find yourself dealing with problems like damaged doors or
flooding.

Repairs can be done on the door to fix its seal or frame. However, to keep the
issue from recurring, your glass technician might suggest replacing the entire
door.

Why You Need Replacement Shower Doors
Hot showers and baths produce lots of moisture, which can lead to problems
in your shower doors. Mold and mildew can build up inside your shower and
on your enclosure if the humidity level is not controlled. Glass discoloration,
soap and scum buildup, and mold growth can result in a cracked glass or metal
framing corrosion–problems that are difficult to prevent.
Fortunately, you can fix these or even prevent them by using replacement
shower doors. Installing these enclosures not only gives your bathroom a fresh
new look, but also protects it from damaging elements.

Reference
http://www.pleasantonglass.com/when-to-repair-and-when-to-replace-a-glassshower-door/


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