Are you finding out a way to have a stylish and clean bathroom? Are you figuring out how you can give your bathroom a ‘facelift’ without hitting hard on your budget? Glass shower screens are the easiest and most cost-effective way of getting your bathroom a much needed facelift. Innovation had given way to more options for homeowners, utilising the best and safe A-grade solutions that would not burn an enormous hole in your pocket.
Getting A Facelift
For years, many people had been using vinyl shower curtains; however, these shower curtains can be a mess after a couple of days. Mildew and soap scum love clinging to shower curtains. Glass shower screens are easy to clean, just spray and wipe regularly.
Getting an updated look on a budget can prove to be a head splitting situation; however, going with frameless shower screens gives that classy look that your bathroom needs. Glass shower screens are simple additions to any bathroom, yet they exude sophistication and can give the bathroom an opulent look!
Only From Glass
No one ever goes wrong with choosing glass. It can be matched with any interior and finish. It is highly customisable to fit the owner’s needs. Made from safety A-grade glass, it is safe to use even by children.
Do not burn a hole in the pocket with costly structural renovations. Choose the most cost-effective solution to a more functional and great looking bathroom! Glass is more fun and can be installed in half the time it takes to do a renovation. It t’tion! eat looking bathroom. ffective Choiceis safe, hygienic, and aesthetically good to look at.
Call the name you can trust when you are in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, or Melbourne. Jim’s Glass – the leader in the industry with years of professional experience. We ensure that every glass and workmanship in every project is according to Australian glass safety standards. Call 131 546, or book an appointment now!
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