Benefits of a Solid Surface Shower System

28 September 2021
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog


After years of wear, tear, and plenty of showers, it is time to finally upgrade your outdated shower. You may be considering a solid surface shower over a tile shower but are not sure if it is the right choice for you or your budget. Here are a few of the many reasons that when you are looking to update your bathroom shower, you should choose a solid surface shower system.

Ease of Maintenance and Care

Unlike tile, which requires a lot of elbow grease and specialized cleaners to eliminate mold and mildew from in-between grout lines, a solid surface shower is very easy to clean and maintain. All you will need to clean your solid surface shower is an all-purpose cleaner and a sponge. Additionally, even the most expertly installed tile shower can be damaged, leading to the need for a professional repair.

When a solid surface shower becomes accidentally scratched, the product can easily be sanded and refinished in a matter of minutes.


Whether you have a straightforward square shower or need something that is one-of-a-kind, you can find a solid surface shower in any shape, color, and finish. Solid surface showers can be created in almost any shape and design, including for individuals with low mobility. Whether you want a more traditional look or have a modern sensibility, you can find a solid surface shower system that will fit your style and needs.

Waterproof and Durable

Unlike tile, which can be installed improperly resulting in a leak and damage in the future. Solid surface shower systems are seamless, meaning you will not have to worry about any water eventually leaking beneath the shower pan and damaging the floors beneath. Additionally, unlike porcelain or natural stone tile that can be damaged, solid surface showers are made from a durable product that will remain strong and intact for several decades.


Finally, if you have children or an elderly parent living in your home, a solid surface shower is the safest option. Unlike tile, which can become slippery during a shower, the surface of your solid surface shower floor can be textured during manufacturing. This texturing provides a safe, nonslip surface that will cut down on the potential of shower-related falls.

From the product's safety and durability to its versatility and ease of care and maintenance, when it comes time to replace your outdated shower, a solid surface shower system is an option for your family and budget.