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It literally can transform small bathroom space into a modern spacious atmosphere that any homeowner and their guests can enjoy. Regular sliding doors can be framed or frameless depending upon your needs. The frameless shower has a metal header and a framed perimeter; however the individual door panels are not framed. The framed sliders have a metal frame around each door panel. So when you are considering a bathroom remodel and begin to think about replacing or adding doors it is important to consider all of your options. Hydroslide systems were created for standing shower stalls and above bath tubs and can be custom fitted for a wide range of bathrooms and bathrooms designs. They offer designs with fixed panels or both sides at 90-180 degrees. As a homeowner you also have the option of a floor to "near" ceiling sliding doors with glass panels. The Hydroslide definitely offers the "all glass" look in shower doors. Any homeowner that wants the luxury of an all glass look with the convenience of a sliding shower door should consider the Hydroslide door.
Sliding shower doors are very durable and long lasting in comparison to the regular shower curtains. The functionality and style of sliding doors has drawn a lot of people towards them. The best thing about these doors is that they slide against the shower wall and you do not need to open them out into the bathroom which can easily maximize the floor space of the bathroom. Sliding shower doors can easily encapsulate the shower area so that you can enjoy a real sense of privacy while bathing. This encapsulating feature also enables your family members to use the vanity area of the bathroom while you are taking shower. Moreover these sliding doors can easily protect other areas of the bathroom against the steam. Tired of keeping your shower curtains from sticking to your body while taking a shower especially when you are in a hurry? How about that excess water running all over your bathroom floor? Annoyed by instances when cold air suddenly blows inside your shower or the heat from the water blows out leaving you cold right after taking a bath? Then you might want to say goodbye to that old shower curtain and upgrade your bathroom with some new sliding shower doors.
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The brush nickel frame finish accents the ¼-inch tempered frosted glass. The single sliding door is reversible for both left and right opening. The durable top is both scratch and stain resistant while the textured floor is slip resistant. This fiberglass reinforced option costs a little more than $600. Other Shower Door Options While sliding shower doors can be both beautiful and functional you may still want to look into other types of doors. One option is the bi-fold type. Rather than sliding this door folds into two sections upon opening. This type of door usually falls into the price range between $500 and $700 so you are making a long-term investment.