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Even though they are created with almost the same concept and process with how framed bathroom doors are done they offer unique benefits. There are less inconvenience and easy maintenance due to the very minimum presence of metal hinges and handles. Your shower stall will be surrounded with clear glass enclosures which result in an air of elegance. You can be proud with the interior design of your shower area from a distance because the glass panels have the ability to enhance it. In addition to this the transparency of the frameless enclosures will reflect and let the light inside which will brighten your shower room more. Glass shower doors are admirable especially with a shower area adorned with marble mosaic or glass tiles.
One example of a renewed version of the old is the Hydroslide sliding doors. Sliding shower doors have been revolutionized by Hydroslide technology. The days of your old sliding are gone forever. The new Hydroslide may be reminiscent of your sliding shower door but definitely has a modern and fresh feel. The homeowner can choose a frameless variation that gives them the same feel as a standard frameless shower. This type of door offers more glass and less metal and is offered in 5/16" or 3/8" thickness in laminated or tempered glass. A Hydroslide shower glass door offers an upscale feel to a smaller bathroom especially those in more urban settings and the innovative roller system design feels amazingly smooth when opening or closing.
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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.