Glass Shower Screens

Would you like to update your bathroom and have it turn out looking spectacular? If so, there an awful lot of materials that you can use to produce the effect you are trying to create. But, if you do not use glass shower screens, it will never look as good as it could have.

Glass shower screens are an item that is normally seen in a 4 or 5 Star hotel rooms, or in a luxurious home. But, they really are not that costly and should be used much more often when a person decides to remodel their bathroom.

Most new home builders do not use them because they are thought of as an extra, and to keep their construction cost as low as possible. That being said, if they wanted their homes to sell a little bit faster and they were thinking about their customers instead of their profits, they would install them in the homes they build.

A glass shower screen can be custom ordered to fit just about any space. They are made from tempered glass, which is a very strong material that almost never breaks or cracks. In addition, the glass itself can be tented to match your bathrooms overall design.

If you do decide to use this product, it should be ordered at the very least a couple of weeks before you need it installed. Besides cutting the glass, the metal frame that will be used to hold it the glass in place, also needs to custom cut and fitted.

Glass shower screens are a design statement that cannot be duplicated by any other product. Yes, they do cost a little bit more than a shower curtain that hangs down from a rod. But, if you want a state of the art bathroom that looks incredible, they are more than worth the additional expense.

Jim’s Glass offer a complimentary in-home measure & quote service to discuss your ideas. During this time a trained glass specialist will discuss your options and provide you with a quote. Call 131 546 to book an appointment.

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Glass Shower Screens

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