Frameless Glass Shower Doors New Shower Door Frameless Sliding Shower Screens Seamless Glass Shower Doors Semi Frameless Shower Enclosure Seamless Shower Doors
For many bathrooms it is better to choose a shower curtain. Shower curtains are recommended if you tend have your shower in a bathtub and not in a separate shower stall. If you use a shower enclosure however a shower door should be your preference. Generally speaking shower doors look more elegant and are often a worthy addition to your bathroom while shower curtains often look improvised and a bit dilapidated. Do You Even Want Glass? Many people are afraid that glass might be harmful if they have a slip. They believe that glass can break fairly easily and the fragments might hurt them. However that is not true for modern glass.
This means they might have to do a bit more work in the installation of sliding doors than of other types. A lot of wasted time and productivity can go into the installation. Another disadvantage lies in the fact that the rack can be quite unattractive when the door is attached. People find that the frame can ruin the whole doors aesthetic value. Actually a lot of people find that most of the problems with sliding shower doors arise from the track. One of the major problems is caused by an accumulation of items on the track. When people open the shower door the track tends to accumulate a lot of debris.
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.