One of the main reasons customer call us to replace their shower enclosures is because their shower glass has become unsightly from years of hard water damage. Certain pockets of Sacramento are notorious for having hard water (Elk Grove, Pocket, Folsom, Arden Park, River Park, Rancho Cordova, Natomas etc). Hard water can be defined as any water that contains significant amounts of naturally occurring minerals, particularly calcium and magnesium. If you have hard water, it can begin to show itself by leaving “spots” (mineral deposits) on your shower tiles, fixtures and glass. Newly developed “spots” can often be removed with certain cleaning agents and some good old-fashioned elbow grease. If the hard water spots are left unaddressed for an extended period of time, the mineral deposits can deteriorate the surface of the glass, making the hard water spots impossible to remove and essentially ruining your shower glass. [Read more…]
Introducing the NEW Uptown Grand semi-frameless shower enclosure!
Are you in the market for a new shower enclosure and prefer a more frameless look but need more protection from water leakage. We now have a great option for you! Introducing the NEW Uptown Grand semi-frameless shower enclosure. Using 3/8″ thick glass on the panel, we are able to stabilize the enclosure enough to eliminate the metal header. The metal strike jamb has also been replaced with a clear polycarbonate strike on the Uptown Grand to create a nearly invisible look to your enclosure. Available in the door with panel in-line configuration.