Showerguard Installer Houston TX

ShowerGuard Houston Installer – Ordinary glass is prone to damage and aging from hard water, soap, humidity and more. But ShowerGuard glass is extraordinary. It’s an entirely different kind of glass that’s protected during manufacturing with a patented ion beam process. This technology permanently seals the glass surface, for a shower that stays beautiful shower after shower with just a minimal amount of cleaning.

The original choice for showers that stay beautiful. ShowerGuard allows shower enclosure customization without sacrificing scum resistance. Thanks to Guardian’s patented sealed surface technology, ShowerGuard glass stays beautiful and scum resistant shower after shower.  Available in 6mm, 10mm & 12 mm thickness, ShowerGuard allows homeowners to custom create spa-like environments they’ve always wanted-without committing themselves to a lifetime of heavy-duty cleaning.

How It Works:


ShowerGuard glass stays beautiful because its surface is protected during manufacturing through a unique ion beam process. This patented technology permanently seals the ShowerGuard glass surface, stopping corrosion before it starts.  And unlike spray-on or wipe-on treatments that eventually wear off, the protection provided by ShowerGuard glass is part of the glass itself, so it never needs to be reapplied. That means your shower stays beautiful, shower after shower, year after year.

ShowerGuard Protection | ShowerGuard even resists hard water build-up.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, 85% of American homes are supplied with hard water. Water described as “hard” is high in dissolved minerals, especially calcium and magnesium. Over time, these minerals can build up on shower glass, making it appear dirty or cloudy.   ShowerGuard’s patented technology resists this. So your glass can stay beautifully clear, no matter what type of water you have.

What’s Your Water Type?

Soft Water : Soft water has a low concentration of calcium and magnesium ions. Areas throughout North America have soft ground water. Hard water is readily converted to soft water via water softeners. In a water softener, calcium and magnesium ions are removed and sodium or potassium are released in exchange.

Hard Water : Hard water has a high concentration of calcium and magnesium and possibly iron. Symptoms of hard water are soap scum and hard water spots. Hard water calcium and magnesium react with soaps and chemicals to form an insoluble, sticky residue that is difficult to remove.

Hard Water with Dissolved Silica : Hard water with dissolved silica is an extreme form of hard water. Silica is common in well water, but usually at low levels. High levels of silica can increase the rate of corrosion of glass and produce water spots that are difficult to clean. One indicator of this problem is spots on glass cleaned in the high heat/high humidity environment of your dishwasher.


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