Shower Doors or Tub Enclosures
Homeowner Use and Maintenance Guidelines
Shower doors and tub enclosures require minimal care. See tips below:
1. Use a squeegee to remove water after a bath or shower to keep mineral residue and soap film to a minimum. A wax coating can also help prevent the build-up of minerals and soap. Do this once or twice a week.
2. Use cleaning products suggested by the manufacturer to avoid any damage to the trim and hardware.
3. Avoid hanging wet towels on the corners of doors; the weight can pull the door out of alignment and cause it to leak.
4. Check and touch-up caulking on an as-needed basis.
5. Do not use paper towels or any abrasive tool to clean the surface.
Problems related to repair should always be addressed by a professional. You may contact us to help you get trusted service providers.
Parasol Limited Warranty Guidelines
During your orientation, we will confirm the excellent condition of all shower doors and tub enclosures. Parasol warrants that shower doors and tub enclosures will function according to manufacturer specifications.
Types of Shower Enclosure
- Dual entrance
Another option for those who have a vast bathroom. A shower enclosure that has two passages.
Aesthetics over functionality. Showers that are known for being traditional and economical.
Primarily used in contemporary bathrooms. Its shower door is finished with a single glass panel that's very easy to clean and maintain.
- Glass block
Glass blocks surround the shower halfway, with the other half left open.
Minimally styled for an open and airy feel. The door is held by hinged joints instead of pivoting pins, providing a much wider entrance space for those with accessibility needs.
Best for bathrooms with limited spaces like the ones from average-sized homes. Designed to fit right into the corner of your bathroom or en suite.
Best for those who have an expansive bathroom.
Square showers are stylish, and they look modern.
Best for bath space that doesn't have sufficient space for a swing door. They are customizable to any shower design.
- Textured glass
Best for those who value privacy. Made out of Frosted glass, which makes the shower look bigger.
- Tile and glass
- Tub enclosure
Combination of tub and shower. Best for those who have a tiny bathroom.
- Walk-in showers
Known as the best alternative for baths that lack space for a wet room.
- Wet rooms
Shower rooms where cubicles do not have any enclosure at all.