custom shower with Glass Pro Install
Single Shower Door
If you don’t have room for a swinging shower doors, sliders are the best option. They come in framed, semi-frameless, and frameless designs. The Frameless shower doors provide understated elegance with smooth clean lines. Semi-frameless screens have a continuous frame that provides superior strength, maximum durability and safety.
Corner Shower Door
Using glass to glass hinges on glass panels, you can set your shower door anywhere within the 90 degree corner and the door will swing in or out. Therefore, custom fit works with a radius corner, an angled ceiling, or floor-to-ceiling shower stalls.
Sliding Shower Doors
Inline Shower Doors
Neo Angle Shower Door
Bi-Fold Shower Doors
The most common choice, Clear Glass is recommended for bathrooms with darker tiling. It possesses a subtle green tint, which is more noticeable at the edges of the glass.
Low-Iron Glass brings an airy feel to your entire room. It comes in several varieties (such as Starphire), providing a greater degree of transparency that allows the true tile color to show through. All clear glass contains iron particles; giving the product a slight green hue. This subtle tint can alter how your shower tile looks when viewed from the other side of the glass. However, manufacturers have now devised a method to remove most of the iron particles from glass, in order to provide excellent clarity and true representation of color for bathroom tile or marble. Low-iron glass puts the beauty of your shower design on display. As such, it is most recommended for white or light tiled showers.
Adding more privacy to your shower, Frosted Glass utilizes partially opaque glass made from acid-etching or sandblasting. This process can be utilized to alter the entire glass pane or made into a particular design. Sandblasting utilizes a high-speed machine that pelts the glass panel with sand, walnut husks or similar materials, and offers versatility in creating various design effects. Homeowners can choose a level of opaqueness ranging light, medium or heavy. Sandblasting also makes it possible to “frost” sections of a glass shower; creating privacy strips or creative patterns.
Rain Glass adds interest and accent to any shower design. It is a factor-made product that texturizes the glass, in order to add texture and privacy to your shower.
This amazing product reduces cleaning time by up to 90%. ShowerGuard, a type of glass, made by Guardian, is not a coated glass. Rather, it is fabricated to resist hard-water stains, corrosion and etching caused by mineral deposits in water. When utilizing standard tempered shower glass, even extensive scrubbing and cleaning won’t ensure your glass stays clear and sanitized for long. Over time, heat, humidity, and hard water cause the surface of the glass to become rough; providing spots, residue, and scum a way to dig in. As a result, standard glass grows dull and dirty-looking.
So Why Choosing ShowerGuard?
ShowerGuard permanently seals the surface of the glass, for lasting beauty with less maintenance. Using patented ion-beam technology, an invisible protective coating is fused to the surface. What results is a smooth surface that is highly resilient to the dirt, soap and hard water build-up that dulls and etches ordinary glass. The protective benefits of ShowerGuard never break down, as patented technology helps keep minerals, scale and soap scum from sticking. A soft cloth or wet sponge, and any commonly-used household cleaner is all you need to perform periodic maintenance. Shower Guard Glass comes in two styles: Clear and Low-Iron (very clear).