Glass Shower Doors & Enclosures
FGD | OSS glass shower doors are available in both frameless and semi-frameless options, with bypass, swinging, and sliding glass shower door styles.
Custom decorative glass, sizing, glass shower layout, and glass thickness is available based on your glass shower enclosure needs.
Complete the look with custom glass shower hardware finishes and handles.
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Shower Door Options
Choose from a variety of shower door styles to meet the needs and dimensions of your bathroom:
The door is the only glass element of the entire shower. Doors may open on the left or right and you can customize with hardware of your choice.
Door and Panel Combinations
For wider shower opening, the door and panel is a good choice. Doors can open on the left or right and the panel may consist of a full or half sheet of glass, depending on the structure of your shower stall.
Full panels can be used to cover a shower, while half panels are a good option for a tub enclosure. A mechanism at the top ensures smooth, soundless door movement.
This category includes 90-degree angle doors to cover a corner shower or neo-angle doors to fit diamond-shaped stalls.
Framed vs. Frameless Showers
Frameless shower doors have become a popular option today, due to their sleek, modern design without the traditional metal framing. Framed and frameless glass showers both offer pros and cons, here are a few to help project managers and designers make the right choice for their project bathrooms.
Some of the advantages of frameless doors include aesthetics, easy cleaning, and the ability to customize the door to the shower space.
Drawbacks include cost (frameless doors can be slightly more expensive depending on your project needs), potentially higher risk of leaking if not installed correctly, and a greater likelihood of shattering in extreme scenarios. By weighing both the advantages and disadvantages of this style, you can choose a door that meets your design, project, and budget.
Glass Shower Tips
In addition to selecting the right shape of the shower door to fit your project’s bathroom space, you will be faced with the following options:
- Glass Type: Choose from clear, textured, or patterned glass.
- Hardware: The right hardware can accentuate your doors beautifully, whether you choose brass, oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel, or sleek chrome.
- Accessories: Chosen for convenience as well as aesthetics, accessories might include a towel bar as well as a variety of handle options
A new shower door can produce a completely different look to your bathroom project overall. To learn more about your choices in shower doors, hardware and accessories, contact the experts at FGD Glass Solutions. We are ready to help you take your bathroom project to the next beautiful level.
Glass Shower Points of Interest
|• Glass showers are fabricated specifically for each project||• Glass shower doors thicknesses range from 3/16″ to 3/4″|
|• Shower hardware crafted from stainless steel and aluminum for years of durability||• Shower handle options are available with a matching towel bar or as a handle/towel bar combo|
|• Glass shower doors are offered in low-iron and standard clear||• All glass shower doors are compatible with any of our decorative glass patterns and services|
|• Glass showers fit openings from 48″ – 60″||• 25 glass shower unit minimum|
|• Custom glass shower layouts available|
Left to Right
Custom Finishes Available
Left to Right/Top to Bottom
Square Mitered Pull
D Pull Combo
Square Mitered Pull Combo
Towel Bar Sizes
Left to Right/Top to Bottom
Tempered and Laminated Versions of Standard Clear, Low Iron, and Acid Etched
Shower Kit Parts
Header: This is the top bar that the glass panels slide across.
Sliders: These or more pieces have wheels that slide across the header hardware. They are attached to the glass panels and lock around the header.
Handle and Towel Bar: Handles are offered in a variety of styles and will match the rest of your hardware finish. You can choose between a handle, handle and optional matching towel bar, or a handle/towel bar combo.
Mounting Hardware: These pieces attach your retaining glass panels to your wall structure. Options include a square mount, beveled edge mount, or a U-Channel mount. These pieces also match your hardware finish.
Design Your Own Glass Shower Enclosure
Design the perfect shower for your project with our Glass Shower Builder. Every job is unique, so why settle for a generic shower?
Stop designing and planning around an object. Instead, design your pieces to fit exactly into your space just like you imagine.