Tempered Glass Shower Doors | Design and Safety
Law requires that professionals use tempered glass when building shower doors. In the event that your shower door breaks, tempered glass will cause the glass to break into dull cubes while regular glass will break into jagged shards. At Glass Doctor®, you'll get safe and stunning glass shower doors. Call us today at 855-603-1919 for a free, in-home consultation.
Showering Behind Safety Glass
Most home showers have glass to upgrade your bathroom look and add value to your home. At Glass Doctor, not only can we offer multiple shower design options, but we make sure your shower or tub enclosure is safely and professionally installed.
We come out to your house for a free, in-home consultation and provide an estimate within 24 hours. We'll take measurements and answer any questions you may have. We also do a ventilation evaluation to make sure your drywall stays mold and mildew free.
These are the stunning and luxurious glass showers that you see in magazines. The glass stands alone, without the metal edging that frames a traditional shower. They immediately open up the space, enhancing their surroundings and showing off your tile, vanity, and accessories.
A framed shower is designed to keep water from leaking out of the shower. This type of shower normally uses aluminum or composite frames with seals and sweeps. The glass used for framed showers isn't as heavy as a frameless shower, so they are usually less expensive.
If you prefer a framed shower, we can show you samples of frame types and finishes when we meet with you. You can also use our online gallery to get inspiration and see what the installed product might look like.
For smaller bathrooms, a standalone shower isn't always an option. However, updating your tub with new sliding glass doors will definitely give the bathroom a boost. Depending on the setup of your tub, you can add frameless doors that open to the inside or just a door that opens near the shower head.
Professional Installation with Glass Doctor
Tempered glass is strong and safe, but no glass is unbreakable. The installation of any shower needs to be done properly and professionally. Damaged edges are the most common reason shower doors break, followed up by glass that wasn't set properly in the frame. Call in a certified professional to quickly and efficiently install your tempered glass shower doors.
Call Glass Doctor Today
Give us a call at 855-603-1919 and schedule your free, in-home shower consultation to have a pro install your tempered glass shower doors today.
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