Frameless Sliding Shower Doors
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There is an emerging style of unique frameless shower doors that have one panel that slides on rollers over an architectural bar, and the other panel remains fixed. These products, which are prevalent in Europe, are becoming increasingly specified by leading designers. The main benefit of this type of shower door is to save space taken up by swinging doors and to give a different look different than a typical two panel frameless bypass sliding door.
As is the case with all frameless shower doors, good planning and proper construction is vital to a successful installation. These single panel Frameless Sliding Shower Door products can work great, but far too often the contractor may not fully understand how this type of unit works and if the opening is not built correctly, this type of shower door will not defend water very well. Our Product Knowledge Experts will work with you, even before construction starts, to help you and your contractor construct openings that will work great with frameless shower doors. Creative Mirror & Shower offers Chicagoland’s largest selection of shower door glass ranging from clear to beautiful decorative patterns, all available with our world leading ClearShield™ Clean Glass Technology.
Benefits of Frameless Sliding Shower Doors
Virtually all shower doors are now designed with modern frameless glass to enhance bath decor.
Frameless heavy glass shower doors instantly increase resale value, lasting much longer than thin glass framed units.
Open & Spacious
Clear glass frameless doors create an open, spacious look to make bathrooms look bigger with beauty and elegance.
Frameless glass is easy to clean without bulky metal framing that attracts unhealthy mold and mildew.
Germs, bacteria, and viruses have nowhere to breed on glass, and with proper care and maintenance glass always stays looking new.
Tempered Safety Glass is one of the most eco-friendly building products used by architects, designers, and builders.