Glass Walls & hinged Doors
Glass interior entry doors and glass walls combine the aesthetic beauty and clarity of glass with its practicality and durability. Widely used in high-end commercial buildings and modern homes, decorative glass doors are elegant and have a clean sophisticated appearance. Update your space today! Schedule your FREE design and estimate with one of our product knowledge experts or call 1-800-SHOWERS to speak with a representative.
BENEFITS OF GLASS WALLS & HINGED DOORS
Glass walls and hinged doors help to illuminate your home or commercial space by allowing ambient light to flow from room to room. This saves on energy and makes the space feel larger and more inviting, while using eco-friendly material. Interior hinged glass doors are designed with either wall mount hinges or pivot hinges and are used in both residential glass and commercial glass applications. Interior swing glass doors can be combined with glass wall panels to create partitions for offices, bedrooms, room dividers, wine cellars, wet rooms, closets, and more. With virtually unlimited glass selection, the designer can create privacy with frosted glass doors, clear glass doors, or doors with one-of-a-kind artistic etched glass. Schedule your FREE design and estimate with one of our product knowledge experts today or call 1-800-SHOWERS to speak with a representative!
Glass is a beautiful and aesthetically pleasing material for doors and is available in a wide variety of choices.
Glass does not rust, corrode, or stain like other materials and when maintained properly it can last literally forever.
Let Light In
Glass doors let in natural light and help to illuminate your home by allowing ambient light to flow from room to room.
Glass doors allow ambient illumination to flow through for an eco-friendly way to help save on your energy bill.
Glass doors create a bright, open, spacious feel that creates the appearance of larger square footage by not closing off rooms.
When privacy is needed, frosted glass or etched and sandblasted decorative designs can be used to obscure the view.