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Shower Doors

Your shower area is the centerpiece of your bathroom, and the right shower door is the key to getting the look you want. There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing the perfect shower door, along with some tips to follow for ordering and getting your new shower door installed.

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HOW TO BUY A SHOWER DOOR

Choose Your Opening Type

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Inline Doors: These doors fit in a shower that has a single straight opening and include bypass doors (meaning sliding doors), single swing doors, and any door and panel configuration without angled panels.

Return Doors: The panel doesn’t line up to the door, but instead sits at a 90-degree angle. You can choose from a swing door or bypass door with a return panel.

Corner “Neo” Doors: With this option, your shower door is located in the center of two panels, both of which are angled at 135 degrees.

Decide How You'd Like to Enter

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Swing Doors: Much like any door in your house, these doors swing out into the bathroom to allow entry into your shower.

Sliding Doors: A stylish and space-saving option, sliding doors move along a single line. Some sliding enclosures feature bypass doors, where both sides slide, while others feature a sliding panel coupled with one that is fixed.

Rolling Doors: Much like sliding doors, rolling doors travel along a single plane. However, advanced ball bearings ensure a premium glide along the track on a fixed panel.

Panel Enclosures: For fans of simplicity, panel-style enclosures offer the purest form of entry. Assuming a strategically positioned shower head, and featuring no moving parts, panel enclosures keep the water in, while allowing for total freedom when entering.

Choose Your Glass

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Select Your Frame Type

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Framed: A framed enclosure includes framing around both the door opening and each panel. It’s the perfect way to complement the finishing on other fixtures in your bathroom.

Semi-framed: A semi-frameless enclosure has framing on each side of the larger piece, but not around the actual door or panel. It’s ideal if you want to incorporate your finishing without obstructing the view into your shower.

Frameless: These doors have minimal framing in order to provide the clearest view into your shower. It’s the best way to highlight tile, rain showerheads, and other high-end features.

Choose Your Finish

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