This is a 1/2" tempered clear glass stationary shower panel installed on top of a tub using a 1/2" chrome u-channel on three sides for support.
1/2" tempered clear glass installed using Geneva hinges and a brushed nickel handle.
Vienna Hinges and regular clear glass. We managed to get the door perfectly lined up as to not need the bulky use of the plastic clip on weather stripping that other companies use.
This is the most common type of frameless enclosure. The panel will be clipped onto the wall and the door hinged off of the wall. This system uses a Vienna Hinge for the door due to the weight and width of the door.
We can build to fit any type of situation. This configuration has the door in the middle as to not be so cumbersome to get into the shower, due to the sink and doorway into the bathroom.
As you can see with the white marble in the back ground, that regular clear glass gives off a green hue.
Shower enclosure built using low iron glass. This is the perfect material when you are wanting to not take away from the beautiful white marble surround.
This is a bypass frameless slider with knobs for handles instead of the customary towel bars usually seen.
This is a 3/8" clear glass bi-fold slider door system using the Hydroslide Header System. This is a great way to enclose your shower when having a swing door would take up to much room or a slider wouldn't allow enough walk in room.
This is our 1/2" clear glass installed on top of an open ended tub enclosure. This is a perfect solution as opposed to a ceiling mounted shower rod and curtain. It allows for more light to come through the bathroom for a more open feel.
This is not a shower door but shows that we have the capability to create specialized graphics on any piece of glass for you. This was a pantry door in the clients kitchen. This was 1/2" low iron glass sandblasted with a border and logo of the clients choosing.