Glass Shower Door Installation

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We offer different options of Glass Shower Doors, depending on the size and design layout choices.

From full fixed panel doors, multiple panels w/ a fixed door, custom panels on top of tiled pony walls. We can do any shower door installation!

Types Glass Shower Installations

Glass shower doors and enclosures are gaining popularity because they can be customized to fit any room and any design. You have the flexibility to get the shower design you want, without being tied to a pre-built enclosure. Put those fixtures where you want them. You choose where the door goes, and where all those shower features reside. Start with one of these types of shower doors or enclosures:

  1. Frameless Shower Door
  2. Frameless Shower Enclosure
  3. Bi-Fold Shower Doors
  4. Curved Glass Enclosures

Let’s get your new shower design started now!

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Styles of Glass

In addition to being able to design your custom shower, you have a choice of glass styles. Upgrade your shower with these glass types:

  1. Frosted
  2. Clear
  3. Etched or Patterned
  4. Colored
  5. Cast


You also have a choice between tempered glass and laminated glass. Tempered glass is heat-treated in order to make it stronger and safer -- it’ll break into a bunch of tiny pieces if it cracks. Laminated glass is two sheets of glass adhered together by a thin layer of vinyl. 

Need help choosing?

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Things to Consider Before Shower Door Installation

Our team will help you design your custom shower door enclosure. We can even help you redesign and renovate your entire bathroom. That said, there are some things to consider when installing a new shower door or enclosure:


  • Understand the style of door you need, including sliding or pivot
  • Choose the style of glass (see above)
  • Design the layout, both in the room and inside the shower. You have options! Make it your own.
  • Frameless, Semi-Frameless or Framed?