We are proud to announce our newest supplier
Cardinal Shower Door. Below is a link to their
website where you will be able to see all of the
different options available for your new shower
Standard or Custom our shower doors are professionally
installed and guaranteed. Frame less shower doors use
either 3/16 or 1/4 inch thick glass depending on glass
choices. Sliders, Tubs, and Hinge Doors are available in
the European style which means the glass is drilled for
towel bars and pulls.
Heavy glass doors use 3/8 or 1/2 inch thick glass. The
hinges are mounted directly to the glass and are a self
centering hinge allowing the door to swing in or out. This
type of door gives more of a true frame less look.
Any size and configurations for any style door is our
We have pictures of shower doors below and note the
descriptions under the pictures to get a better
understanding of the industry lingo. Click here to get
more information on different types of enclosures.
| Standard Sliders and Tubs|
| Hinge doors|
| European Style|
| Heavy Glass|
| Any Configurations|
Standard 4' Slider
with Brushed nickel
frame and Clear and
4' European style slider
with Chrome frame and
- Oil Rub
European style Tub
Enclosure with Brushed
Nickel frame and Clear glass
door with gold frame
European style Door and
Panel on a 4' opening in
custom powder coat.
European stlye Chrome
and Clear Neoangle on a
single buttress wall.
Heavy Glass Door and Panel in
mini-clips with optional "Apollo"
Heavy Glass Door and Panel with
notched inline panel and 90 return.
Optional towel bar on end panel and
optional towel bar/pull. In Oil rub bronze
- Glue Chip
Semi Frame less Shower Enclosures.
Heavy Glass Shower Enclosures using 3/8 Glass.
Heavy Glass Custom Panel Door
Notched Panel with Glass to
Glass hinges. 3/8 Thick glass
using Oil Rub Bronze Hardware.
Standard Door and Panel
using Rain Glass.
New S curve Shower door
using 1/4 "S" shaped
Glass with Euro Towel
bar and pull
New Skyline from Cardinal using 3/8
glass. Fixed panel on left, sliding door
on right that rides on a top bar. A true
frame less heavy glass slider.