For over 25 years we have supplied frameless glass shower doors for designers, architects, builders, and homeowners alike and we wish to have the opportunity to supply your shower door for your next project.
Splash panels only cover a portion of the opening and can be installed on showers and on tubs. It can be installed fixed to the wall or as a hinged (operable) panel.
Door & Panel
These enclosures consist of a door hinged off the wall and a inline panel. In some cases, the inline panels are notched at on end to accommodate a shower seat, bench, or knee wall. Door & Panels can be installed in wall to wall openings up to 60” wide.
Corners showers will require two sides with glass that connect with each other. They typically feature a wall hinged door, an inline panel, and a return panel. There is also the option to notch a panel to accommodate for knee walls, benches, or tub decks.
Sliding Shower Door
A barn style sliding door enclosure features two pieces of glass; one fixed panel that remains stationary and a rolling door that glides across the track. The sliding doors make efficient use of space and can be installed in showers and tubs alike in wall to wall openings up to 60” wide.