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Want A Bigger Shower And No Tub? What To Do

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If you need a bigger shower, and you don't use the bathtub that is combined with your shower, there are some things you can do to make the space bigger. You can change the space and expand the shower without having to spend a ton of money, and without requiring a large renovation. Here are some of the things that you want to see if you can do on your own, or that you can do with the help of some trade professionals.

Remove Plastic Liners

If there is any type of plastic tub or plastic liner, you can remove this and save a lot of space by creating a shower only. Removing the liner will give you an extra few inches on each side, and you won't have to step over it when you are getting in and out of the shower. This can also help reduce slipping and tripping concerns or issues that you now have.

Use Textured Tile All Around

Use textured tile to outline the shower. The tile will work as a barrier to protect the drywall from moisture and other liquids, and can be very stylish and modern to use. You can make a lot of different designs and styles with type, it's robust and will last for a long time, and it's easy for some people to install on their own. This is flat and conserves a lot of space, and is easy to clean. 

Glass Doors

Glass doors in the shower are nice because they allow a lot of light in the shower, they open up the bathroom, and they make there shower and he bathroom seem bigger. These are easy to clean, they are a very modern option to install in the home, and you can have them sized to fit your shower exactly. Companies like Master Glass & Mirror LLC can help with this.

There are a lot of different ways you can add space in your bathroom when you take out a large outdated shower and tub combo set. You don't have to spend a lot of money to get big results and to make a change, and all of these changes are going to improve the value of the bathroom, which is one of the most used rooms in the house. Talk with a tile or glass door installation expert if you aren't sure if you can make these different changes ok your own, and then go from there.