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What exactly should you expect when you get this type of door? Well you might be considering the advantage that using this type of door actually does not require you to provide a whole lot of clearance space. This means that a sliding shower door is ideal for cramped places. Most people today make use of shower curtains in order to cover up the shower area. Why? Because they believe that it gives them just as much privacy and because they just want to save a few bucks. Anyone whos watched the movie "psycho" and practically any other horror movie that has a shower scene must know that the "privacy" provided by the shower curtain is overrated.
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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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.