Every day, homeowners across the country decide to upgrade their bathrooms with new showers, and every day, they are faced with the same decision: which shower type to install. If you have recently decided to complete a shower remodeling project, we encourage you to learn more about all of the different types of showers so that you can find the best fit for your taste, budget, and lifestyle. 

Walk-in Shower

More and more people are going for the modern, sleek, and stylish walk-in shower design. Not only does it look really good, but it also gives your bathroom a more open appearance. Instead of using a dirty shower curtain that obstructs your view, you can make your bathroom look larger by installing a glass door around your walk-in shower. This also allows more lighting in the shower.

Roll-in Shower

When you use a wheelchair on a regular basis, it can make somethings more difficult, especially showering. That’s where a roll-in shower comes in to help. Without a barrier, you can easily enter and exit the shower without ever leaving your wheelchair. You can also add accessibility accessories, such as ADA-compliant grab bars, to make your shower fit your exact needs. 

Tub/Shower Combo

For families, we always suggest that you stick with the classic tub/shower combo so that you can enjoy the best of both worlds. This shower gives parents the convenience of hopping in for a quick shower before work, but it also is the perfect space to bath your children before bed. Not to mention, combining the two products can be a major space saver in small bathrooms. 

Neo-Angle Shower

If you don’t have a lot of space to work with a tub, we recommend that you install a neo-angle shower. They save a lot of room, and with glass surrounds, they give you a more open feel. This is beneficial to both the appearance of the bathroom and the comfort of the person showering. They also require less construction than installing walls for your shower, so you can enjoy a fast and mess-free installation. 

Would you like assistance with choosing the right style for your shower installation? Then, you shouldn’t hesitate to contact Dream Baths by Bee. We have several helpful contractors ready to help you design your ideal shower at your in-home consultation. You can call to schedule your appointment, or we can send you a free, no-obligation estimate after you submit our simple online form.