Shower glass comes in a wide variety of lengths, widths, thicknesses and finishes to suit just about every structural and design need. Shower glass is made for sustained and repeated use, so it’s usually a fairly strong safety glass. 3/8” and ½” glass are standard thicknesses for shower doors. For aesthetic purposes though, thicker glass may be used for a more impressive look. Just remember that these panels are usually fairly large, so your shower installer will need to make sure that the hardware used is strong enough to support the glass.
You may like the classic look of clear glass for your home’s shower. Or perhaps you need something with a bit more privacy. Using textured glass can provide this added privacy. Textures include but are not limited to:
Shower glass comes in a variety of tints to suit your design needs. Different amounts of ingredients are used in the glass manufacturing process to produce different tints. Tints range from completely clear, to bronze, grey and green with varying levels of each. These tints can be helpful if you are attempting to fuse the look of the shower with other colors existent in the rest of the bathroom.
If you’d like more privacy from one side of a shower than another, or if you like the look of two different colors of glass, glass panels in different finishes and colors can be mixed and matched to produce the perfect combination to fit your needs.
When you’re ready to fix your home’s shower glass, trust the professionals at Glass.com to help you find a local shower glass repair professional in your area.
To ensure you receive the best quality shower glass repair that fits your needs and budget, we offer free online quotes from nearby dealers in your community. Once you’ve found a shower glass specialist that meets your expectations, you can then schedule a secure, no obligation quote to quickly and reliably begin your shower glass repair or replacement needs.
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