Shower doors add privacy to any shower area and help stop water from damaging the walls or floor. Shower doors are typically found in homes, hotels, and motels.
Door Frame Finish
Double Sliding Shower Doors
Double sliding shower doors allow both doors to slide past each other for entry or exit from either side of the shower. Shower doors provide privacy and keep water from leaving the shower area and damaging walls and floors.
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Neo-angle shower doors fit around shower floors located in the corners of bathrooms. The neo-angle shower enclosure consists of two 36" or 38" solid glass panels that adjoin to walls. A third panel with the door connects to the other two panels at a 45° angle.
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S-cut sliding shower doors are curved slightly on one side resembling an "s" curve and slide past each other for entering or exiting each side of the shower. These curved doors meet at the "s" curve when closed, provide privacy, and keep water from leaving the shower area and damaging walls and floors.
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