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Frameless Shower Doors

Frameless Shower Doors Are Quickly Becoming The New Trend.

Over the last few years it has become increasingly obvious what the newest trend in shower doors has become. Whether you are watching an HGTV remodeling show or touring a newly remodeled house, there is one item that stands out from all others, a Frameless Shower Door. These types of enclosures have been replacing older styled sliding doors, corner showers and other walk in designed showers.

Because of their sleek, clean design and heavy, tempered glass Frameless Shower Glass doors are the primary choice when builders, architects and designers are contemplating layouts in bathrooms. Frameless shower doors offer the owner the opportunity to showcase their tile selections without the bulky aluminum channeling usually associated with older “framed” shower doors.

Corner showers have now become more open and expansive looking which allows more light to pass and makes the bathroom appear larger in size. Shower stalls that were once outfitted with curtains or framed sliding doors are now a thing of beauty.

Many homeowners are opting to simply swap out their older style enclosures for the newer, modern frameless enclosures. This type of swap out is very enticing to the homeowner because it can be accomplished without a general contractor. It is simply a matter of measuring and lining up the new glass shower door where the path of the old one was located.

In Orlando Florida, glass shower doors have become the most popular uplift to have come along since the vessel sink. Walk in showers now have doors that can swing both in and out of the shower making it more user friendly than their older style doors. With the addition of a product that seals the pores of the glass and repels water, frameless doors can last a lifetime while still looking like new.

In the photos, you will notice the dramatic difference when a framed enclosure is swapped out for a new frameless shower design.

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