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Framed Or Frameless? Glass shower doors come in various different shapes and sizes. But the most obvious distinction is the frame. There are frameless and framed shower doors. The frameless option looks more elegant and offers other advantages as well. It is for example a lot easier to clean and therefore improves the hygiene in your bathroom. The disadvantages that come with this choice are the increased costs which are around 40% higher and the more expensive installation. If you are considering buying sliding shower doors then you might want to know about the pros and cons of each.
Its a cleaner more sophisticated look that still puts an emphasis on functionality. After all the frameless shower is made to be as simple as possible even more-so than the framed doors. If you decide on upgrading to a frameless shower door youll have to decide what material you want to go with. Most frameless doors use a thick panel of glass panes but some are made with tempered glass plexiglass and clear glass. Go to your local hardware store and take a look at the different types to see which ones you like best. Many homeowners agree that one of the most crucial steps of going through a bathroom improvement is to select the proper shower door which will enhance the value of the room. In relation to this frameless shower doors are the best choice available in the market today.
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Basco Shower Enclosures carries a line of bi-fold shower doors that you can customize to an extent. For example you can get your door size will be 67 inches high but you can choose a width of between 23½ inches and 36½ inches as the height. You may also choose from glass types such as cascade clear glass fluted heirloom obscure glass or rain. The clear glass and rain options cost $21 more than the obscure glass door while the cascade fluted and heirloom options costs $90 more. If you select a silver finish you will pay no extra but if you select a gold finish expect to pay $65 more. You may also add aqua glass protection for $66.