Combining 3/8″ heavy glass with through-the-glass towel bars, form and function come together in one unit. The heavy glass adds rigidity and weight to the enclosure while the towel bars add a sleek appearance. These combined with sealed ball-bearing rollers operating in a gracefully rounded header, pocketed wall jambs and a convenient Open Track design, make the frameless heavy glass slider an asset to any tub or shower.
Sliding Glass Shower Doors
Inline sliding shower doors maximize floor space. For your convenience, we offer several levels of sliding door enclosures for your tub or shower. Sliding shower doors with simple function and amazing looks. Get Inspired – visit our Shower Door Gallery page.
Semi-frameless can often be a confusing term. Typically, semi-frameless sliding shower doors have wall jambs, a drip track, and a header for the rollers to slide in. The individual panels themselves, however, have no frame, hence their “frameless” designation. These units are a good choice for a couple of reasons. First, the glass is thicker than it’s framed counterpart, using 1/4″ or 3/8″ glass. This thickness, additionally, gives the unit a sturdier feel. Secondly, there’s still plenty of metal with these units making them more easily adjustable.
Frameless sliding shower doors are the high-end choice of enclosures for your tub or shower. Like the semi-frameless units, frameless enclosures use heavy 3/8″ glass giving that sturdier feel. Conversely, they do so without the considerable metal support, such as a header system or channel. That being said, frameless shower doors can have metal header support atop the units, which is why the terminology can be confusing. Even with a metal header, these systems are still “frameless” because there is no metal between the panels or doors to keep them secure. It is very low-profile metal channel at the base of the glass that performs this function.
With so many options, your shower door will match the beauty and function of your bathroom.