Frameless Glass Showers – Adds an Air of Creativity and Maximum Visual Impact To Any Bathroom Remodel or New Construction Project.
Because frameless shower glass doors and frameless enclosures use thick glass (from 3/8” to 1/2” thick) with polished edges, they don’t typically require metal framing to provide structural stability. These frameless applications bring a more contemporary, open feel to smaller spaces while adding elegance and luxury to larger bathrooms.
Often referred to as heavy glass because they utilize thick polished glass and specialty hardware for structural support, frameless enclosures deliver a more open, modern style. Ideally suited to enhance specialty tile work and high-quality finishes, Standard Glass offers frameless shower doors and enclosures in a variety of customizable design options to suit any size bathroom in any style home. And while some appreciate the fact that the lack of framing allows for easier cleaning, most homeowners choose to invest in frameless shower enclosures in order to create showplace bathrooms for their home.
Frameless Glass Enclosure In Your Bathroom.
Our frameless glass solutions are perhaps the best way to spotlight design features like distinctive bathroom tile, marble, or granite work. More durable than framed shower doors, frameless glass holds its look and value for years. Some homeowners may even realize an increase in their home’s resale value due to the professional installation of frameless shower glass by Standard Glass. Frameless glass has become so popular with many renowned architects that it is today viewed as an exciting new trend in interior design.
Standard Glass measures all frameless enclosures to ensure the tightest custom fit possible across multiple configurations—everything from an in-line shower door on a single side to a four-panel wall surrounding a bathtub. Other options include angled frameless shower doors in a corner that feature three glass panels on each side, where the middle panel functions as the shower door. Of course, each configuration is available in even more options when you consider the thickness, pattern, color, and polished edgework finishes that Standard Glass offers.