PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is an excellent material choice for doors in your bathroom. These modern, man-made doors help minimize your work while maximizing your investment.
PVC doors look like painted wooden doors, but without the maintenance required for the absorbent, natural fibers of wood. This raw material is typically a great choice for exterior doors because of its strength and hardiness, so using it indoors, away from the harsh outdoor elements, means your maintenance needs go way down. Taking PVC one step further as a material mimicking frosted glass shower doors brings convenience in cleaning as well as a modern design.
Bathrooms are usually humid rooms in the home, despite exhaust fans or ceiling fans, but PVC doors won’t degrade in a moist environment. So even if you currently have a moisture problem that requires resolution, replacing your bathroom door with a PVC door for now will at least keep door rot and warp problems off your mind while you fix that humidity issue.
Because you won’t have to worry about warping, fading, or rotting, you can get creative with your PVC doors. PVC doors can be painted in any color to match your decor and won’t likely need to be repainted very often, if at all, thanks to their resilience.
Beyond that, if you choose PVC shower doors, you’ll find that they’re simple to install and easy to clean. Maintenance should be a key concern for bathroom areas with high use potential because you will want to be sure you can get everything cleaned to a high standard on a regular basis, leaving no chance for mold or mildew to grow.
You should feel confident that whether you choose PVC doors for your bathroom entrance door or shower doors that they will be resilient and easy to clean. What could be more perfect?
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