Glass Shower Doors Custom Made For South Carolina
If you’re looking for a custom shower glass solution, then you need to start thinking about what goes into that solution. Luckily, we at Century Glass are the experts when it comes to shower doors and enclosures. That means we aren’t just trying to sell you a shower door—we will work with you to determine your best options, aesthetically and structurally.
Selecting the Custom Shower Doors of Your Dreams
Shower doors come in a lot of shapes, sizes, and styles, so knowing the differences can help you better realize your dream bathroom.
- Frameless Shower Doors are clean and elegant without visible hardware or mounting brackets getting in the way. Frameless doors look like they float in the air and allow for more natural light to pass through the shower area giving the illusion of a larger bathroom.
- Next in line is our semi-frameless doors. Semi-frameless shower doors are a nice touch to any bathroom. Semi-frameless doors are just as elegant as frameless, but typically cost less.
- Framed shower doors are your most traditional style, found in most bathrooms. This style is great for enclosed showers or shower/tub combos.
Regardless of the model we also provide ADA-compliant showers and enclosures. These doors adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act to provide accessibility for those with disabilities. We go the extra mile to ensure that all our ADA installations are compliant, and we can make our existing frameless and semi-frameless models integrate with ADA regulations and the needs of our customers. This includes access of wheelchairs or other accommodations for other disabilities.
Shower Door and Enclosure FAQ
How long does a shower door installation take?
For custom doors, the installation depends on the model installed, the bathroom, and the current shower unit. Since we provide free quotes, there is no risk in working with us to determine the specifics of your job and your home’s needs.
Do frameless shower doors have visible hardware?
Frameless shower doors have some visible hardware (just no frames) that are kept minimal in order not to distract from the glass itself. Frameless doors come in either clip set or u-channel set depending on your preference and the design of your shower door.
What is the difference between frameless and semi-frameless shower doors?
The primary difference is that a frameless shower door will have minimal framing (only where necessary, typically for a sliding door track or for glass mounted on the floor). Semi-frameless will have a frame, but door glass and corners will be exposed. Both are elegant shower solutions, but frameless enclosures typically cost more (although not much) and are easier to repair.
What is DFI Diamon-Fusion Glass Coating?
Similar to a non-stick cooking pan, shower glass treated with Diamon-Fusion forms an ultra-thin, protective barrier that repels both water and oil contaminants from sticking to the glass. The result is an easier to clean surface that reduces cleaning time by up to 90%.