Shower bases are designed to withstand regular use. However, even the best materials eventually succumb to wear and tear. Today’s post from EZ Baths discusses shower base issues that warrant a shower base replacement.
Deciding to install a bathtub requires certain considerations. Whether you’re looking to replace your old tub or shopping for your first one, it’s wise to be prepared and well-informed about the choices available to you. Today’s post from EZ Baths aims to inform you about what to consider when choosing a bathtub for your bathroom remodel.
The bathtub and shower combo is a standard in many homes, even modern homes with a more minimalist and space-sensitive approach to construction and design. It’s also not uncommon to outgrow the bathtub, especially if there are no young children in the household.
The bypass door is the most commonly used style of shower door thanks to its economical design. It has two doors that slide in a mounted frame to the end of the bathtub walls. Despite its popularity, it’s also the most problematic door design for a number of reasons.
Remodeling a small bathroom isn’t as straightforward as reworking a more spacious bath space. The space restriction means you must be mindful of the size and dimensions of the things you put into the room—the tub most of all.