If you are looking to upgrade your shower enclosure or install a brand-new shower, Ryan’s all-glass can help. We offer a variety of different enclosures, from semi-frameless to sliding shower doors. We also provide completely frameless shower enclosures. Frameless designs offer a few cleaning challenges not found in other types of enclosures. Because they are made exclusively from glass, frameless shower doors require more attention to keep them clean. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass will take a look at some cleaning tips for frameless shower enclosures.
Regular, daily cleanings are the key to keeping frameless shower enclosures clear. Luckily, cleaning frameless shower doors isn’t a huge pain. It is easy to rinse the inside of the glass shower doors each time you use the shower to keep the shower doors clean. You can also buy daily shower sprays to apply in an easy step to protect your shower doors.
Use a Squeegee
Using a squeegee to clean your shower doors is a great way to make sure you are not leaving particles or soap within your shower enclosure. Squeegees don’t absorb the water, soap spots, or particles. They simply move them. When you combine a squeegee with a quick rinse with your showerhead, you can easily wash your shower every day. Run a squeegee over the interior shower door and glass at the end of every shower; it only takes a few seconds each time. However, a quick once-over can prevent soap scum and water stains from building up on your glass.
Utilize the Right Glass Cleaners
Along with simple, daily shower enclosure cleaning routines, utilizing glass cleaner is the best long-term solution. Ryan’s all-glass highly recommends the glass cleaner we provide to keep your glass shiny and looking brand new. Regardless of what type of glass cleaner you use, you should apply a glass cleaner at least once every two weeks. You don’t need to clean your glass with shower cleaner every day, but using it regularly keeps your shower looking brand new and prevents the need for deep cleans.
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If you want a new shower enclosure, Ryan’s all-glass has the answer. For more information on the enclosures we provide, give us a call at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.
If you want to add a new shower enclosure to your bathroom, there are a variety of options and factors to consider. You need to know what type of shower door you want, what style design you are looking for, and whether or not you want custom options. The factors to consider vary from aesthetic to practical considerations, and it’s vital to understand the details. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass evaluates what you should look for in a new shower enclosure.
One popular bathroom design trend is the frameless shower enclosure. Frameless options, specifically with the Dublin frameless series from Ryan’s all-glass, offer flexibility with shape, size, and pattern, making it an extremely customizable shower design. If your bathroom doesn’t have typical dimensions or you’re simply looking for a unique shower door, our Dublin series is the perfect solution. Besides the customization options, frameless shower doors have a sleek and minimalistic look that gives your bathroom a more modern feel.
Another factor to consider when choosing a shower enclosure is how the door will open. There are several ways a shower door can open, from swinging doors to sliding doors. Sliding shower doors are the most common. But when it comes to customized showers, swinging doors are becoming more popular. Sliding doors are typically the standard unless you are upgrading your bathroom. Ryan’s all-glass works with both sliding and swinging doors, giving you more flexibility when installing a new shower. When choosing the way your shower door opens, the dimensions and layout of your bathroom play a pivotal role. A sliding door might make more sense if a swinging door would hit a wall, sink, or toilet.
Tub or No Tub?
A wild card consideration for a new shower enclosure is whether or not to include a tub. Most showers that include a bathtub don’t typically have an enclosure. They merely utilize a curtain. If your enclosure will have a tub, you can eliminate most frameless options from consideration. However, you can still use a semi-frameless enclosure and even a sliding door if you don’t want a curtain alone.
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If you want a new shower enclosure, Ryan’s all-glass has the highest quality options on the market. For more information on what we can provide, get in touch with us at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.
Just like any room in your home, your bathroom has lots of interior design potential. If you are planning on selling your home in the future, investing in your bathroom will help you build home value. However, to do that, you need to be caught up on interior design trends. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass we will give you three shower enclosure trends that will transform your bathroom.
1. Frameless Shower Enclosures
One of the biggest bathroom trends that has carried over for years from 2017 to 2019 is that of frameless shower enclosures. Ryan’s all-glass was the first glass company to offer European frameless showers in Cincinnati. These showers look much sleeker than other enclosures with no metal to distract you from your tilework. A frameless shower enclosure is also easier to keep clean and free of mildew. These enclosures are great for all homes, no matter your style.
2. Tile Patterns
Tile patterns have long been common in kitchens, often used as backsplashes between cabinets and countertops. However, tile patterns are quickly becoming more common for shower enclosures. Tiles can be made of ceramic or glass materials, depending on your preference. Tile patterns are most often used on shower floors and walls, surrounded by a regular shower door or a frameless shower enclosure. This is a trend that is gaining traction in 2019.
3. Industrial Style Fixtures
One of the unique shower enclosure design trends in 2019 is an industrial design style. This design centers around bathroom fixtures, such as sinks, vanities, and faucets. This style often includes brass metal finishing and even brick features. In shower enclosures, an industrial showerhead can deliver a timeless Victorian style that is both beautiful and functional.
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If you are looking to renovate your bathroom, specifically your shower enclosure, Ryan’s all-glass can help. For more information on our offerings, give us a call at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.
If you are renovating your bathroom, there are several pieces that you will almost certainly be looking to upgrade. Your vanity will be one of those features and your shower will be the other. When choosing the right shower, you will look at several types of options, including frameless shower enclosures. In today’s blog post, Ryan’s all-glass takes a look at the pros and cons of frameless shower enclosures.
Pro: Frameless Shower Enclosures Look Better
If you are renovating or redesigning your bathroom, you are likely doing it because you want your bathroom to look better. When it comes to design, this is clear: frameless shower enclosures look better than traditional enclosures. Framed shower enclosures are bulkier and more vulnerable to mold and mildew. A frameless enclosure is a clean and beautiful addition to your bathroom.
Con: Frameless Options Will Cost More Money
While frameless shower enclosures are the best option in terms of the design of your bathroom, that benefit will come at a cost. Compared to more traditional enclosures, frameless options will typically cost more money. However, that money isn’t wasted. Unlike traditional options, frameless shower enclosures are often fully customizable. This allows you to conform your shower design to your bathroom design, rather than the other way around.
Pro: Frameless Options Are Cost-Effective
In the long run, frameless shower enclosures are more cost-effective than traditional options. They allow you to dictate the design of your bathroom because they are often fully customizable. They also minimize the risk of mold, which will save time and money on cleaning and repairs. Similarly, the absence of a frame means that you won’t have to worry about expenses related to damage or corrosion on metal frames and fittings.
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If you are looking for a frameless shower enclosure, Ryan’s all-glass can help. For more information on the showers we offer, give us a call at (513) 771-4440 or contact us online today.