The Bizarre Side Benefit of Frameless Glass Shower Doors

Shower Doors MiamiDo you like to sing in the shower? If so, you are not alone. Survey results published recently by the Huffington Post showed that an estimated 3 out of every 5 people sing in the shower regularly, if not daily.

The reason is simple. Practically anybody’s voice sounds better when they sing in the enclosed space of the shower. It has to do with acoustics. Showers typically are surrounded by ceramic tile or other hard surfaces. So when you sing, the sound of your voice is bounced back toward your ears so that it resonates more clearly than if you were singing in an open space.

Frameless Glass Shower Doors — Sing for Today

There are two other critical factors that favor singing in the shower. The first is the sound of the running water from the shower head. This naturally soothing sound provides an appealing undercurrent for your shower singing, smoothing out the rough edges and seamlessly covering up any pitchy notes.

The other factor is simply that most people typically are all alone in the shower. So there aren’t the inhibitions that might prevent them from belting out the words to their favorite songs if they were in public, such as in the middle of their office or during a family event. Singing in the shower is a solitary event for most people, one that they can enjoy without judgment.

Frameless Glass Shower Doors — Improved Acoustics

If you are among the many people who enjoy singing in the shower, consider installing frameless glass shower doors by TemperGlass in your bathroom. Our glass shower doors add the fourth wall to your shower space, improving the acoustics even more.

Shower curtains or plastic doors will absorb, damper, or dissipate the sound of your voice when you sing in the shower. But frameless glass shower doors by TemperGlass close the loop, if you will, providing you with a private, acoustically improved space for your joyful singing.

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