Tub and Shower Doors

Provide us with the opening size and height of your tub or shower on our FREE ONLINE ESTIMATE FORM and we can get you a quick quote for any of our products.

Tub Sliders sit atop your existing tub, and both doors slide or bypass each other. The width of the frame is cut to fit the existing opening and typically ranges from 55 to 60 inches wide. The height can be customized to fit above the shower head.

Shower Sliders sit atop the curb and function as do the tub sliders listed above.

Why frameless? These glass doors are made of heavy glass 3/8″ to 1/2″ thick. There is no metal around the glass and shower opening, and they are easy to clean. The only metal is the hinges mounted on the wall and the door handle – that’s it. This look fits well in any bathroom, rustic or modern.

This is the best shower door value, and is designed to last a long time!

Why semi-frameless? Thin glass 3/16″ can be upgraded to 1/4″. These glass doors have less metal than do framed glass doors, but metal supports the bottom of the door and surrounds your shower opening. These doors are right in the middle, both in appearance and in pricing.

Why framed? The thin 3/16″ glass is completely supported by metal. This is a more budget-friendly alternative to our frameless doors, while still adding an elegant touch of glass to your bathroom.

Provide us with the opening size and height of your tub or shower on our FREE ONLINE ESTIMATE FORM and we can get you a quick quote for any of our products.

Tub Sliders sit atop your existing tub, and both doors slide or bypass each other. The width of the frame is cut to fit the existing opening and typically ranges from 55 to 60 inches wide. The height can be customized to fit above the shower head.

Shower Sliders sit atop the curb and function as do the tub sliders listed above.

Why frameless? These glass doors are made of heavy glass 3/8″ to 1/2″ thick. There is no metal around the glass and shower opening, and they are easy to clean. The only metal is the hinges mounted on the wall and the door handle – that’s it. This look fits well in any bathroom, rustic or modern.

This is the best shower door value, and is designed to last a long time!

Why semi-frameless? Thin glass 3/16″ can be upgraded to 1/4″. These glass doors have less metal than do framed glass doors, but metal supports the bottom of the door and surrounds your shower opening. These doors are right in the middle, both in appearance and in pricing.

Why framed? The thin 3/16″ glass is completely supported by metal. This is a more budget-friendly alternative to our frameless doors, while still adding an elegant touch of glass to your bathroom.