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December 1, 2012 in Photo Questions
does water go everywhere with the showerhead / half door?
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bich
Yes, it does. Not as much as you think, but enough to make it slippery. We just remodeled our master bath with a walk in shower (5'x3.5'). We keep a non slip bath mat by the opening.
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Mike Strutt Design
Short answer is yes, do expect some water to escape onto the floor, but not much. Many clients like the clean look of no door, especially in a tub/shower combo. I always plan ahead and install blocking in the other wall in the event clients wish to add a glass door later on. I've built more than a half dozen half glass showers like this now. Checking in with clients months later, they've all found that they are happy with their choice and are not bothered by the minimal amount of water that does escape. None have opted to have the extra glass door installed. A floor mat and/or heated floors do help. It all depends on your comfort level.
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hiensch
thanks so much! we are making decisions re: our master bath now and this is the plan.
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