Frameless Shower Doors
There is no shortage of glass bath and shower enclosures available to the South Florida area, and Joe Roth Glass has experience with virtually all of them. We are here to help you in choosing, installing and maintaining the right enclosure for your taste, budget, and bath or shower space. Contact us today to arrange for a free in house estimate and start the process of revitalizing your home’s bath or shower.
Sliding Door Enclosures
Sliding door enclosures are available in all manner of hardware and glass configurations to meet your needs and taste. Primary among the choices to make is the level of framing around your enclosure and its doors.
Fully framed enclosures employ framing around the enclosure opening as well the glass panels. These enclosures are a more affordable, yet versatile option with a wide range of glass types and hardware finishes available to customize your project.
Semi framed sliding door systems similarly utilize framing around the enclosure, but do without framing along the door panels’ height.
Frameless sliding door enclosures offer a sleek, all glass look by utilizing one of a number of available hardware sliding systems, some of which are detailed below:
Frameless “Barn Style” Sliding Doors
These sliding door systems use an innovative track system with a low profile header bar. It can be used for both bath and shower enclosures and includes a single sliding door panel and one or more fixed panels. We are authorized and experienced installers of both C. R. Laurence and Alumax systems.
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Frameless Bypass Sliding Doors
Bypass systems are among the most popular for frameless bath or shower enclosures. The traditional bypassed door panels create an all glass, minimal hardware appearance.
Shower Door Enclosures
Many shower door systems open like typical doors. They range in design from single door panels to glass doors with one or more fixed glass panels, and may also include adjacent glass panels at 90 degrees or so called “Neo Angle” configurations. The variety of glass types and hardware finishes available makes these enclosures eminently customizable, space and budget allowing.
Frameless Fixed Panels
So called splash guards, may offer a simpler and more economical alternative to a hinged or sliding door system. Curved glass panels may also be installed as part of a frameless bath or shower enclosure.
Frameless glass panels may also be integrated elsewhere in the house or office, as a partition or decorative backsplash.
Fixed glass panels within stainless steel framing make attractive and secure partitions and stair rails.
Sandblasted or acid-etched panels are great ways to further personalize your glass installation. Add a custom design to your bath or shower door or increase the privacy of your enclosure.