How Can You Make Your Bathroom Your Sanctuary

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The bathroom is where everyone in the family starts and ends their day. You wash up before going to work or school and clean up before going to bed. Creating a pleasant experience for the whole family is now in the palm of every homeowner’s hands!

With glass being mass produced according to Australian safety standards, it is getting easier to have glass inside houses safely.

Solving Your Bathroom Dilemma

Glass shower screens can dramatically change the way your shower or bath time goes. Having glass shower screens can effectively keep water in the bath and shower area. This helps keep floors dry and prevents slips and falls. Homeowners can choose from myriad of styles and designs that are readily available. You can also have it customised according to your personal style and taste.

Making use of glass splashbacks can definitely keep the water from seeping into the concrete walls behind it and protects the home’s structure. Splashbacks are easily available in the market and can be customised according to the design and ambience that a homeowner would like to achieve.

Who To Call

Professional glazing service providers are ready to give you the bathroom solution you need for a whole new bathroom experience for you and the whole family. These professionals listen and make your ideas into reality. Doing their job with optimum workmanship, as well as using materials that are according to Australian safety standards, you can be assured of a job well done!

Get in touch with the name that most homeowners in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne trust. The experts in bathroom solutions that go the extra mile – call Jim’s Glass at 131 546 and have the bathroom solution that can change the way you look at your bathroom today!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass How Can You Make Your Bathroom Your Sanctuary

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia