SLIDING SHOWER DOORS IN NYC
Sliding shower doors are one of the most stunning functional enclosure doors in the market.
WHAT ARE SLIDING SHOWER DOORS?
As its name suggests, a sliding shower door operates by sliding back and forth with the usage of rollers and a long door width. One side of the door slides inside the other part, providing a wide entrance.
This type of shower door can serve as a perfect space-saving option. Lots of sliding shower doors include quick-release bottom runners. There are also many sliding doors that include easy-clean glass.
OUR WORKS ON SLIDING SHOWER DOORS
Here are the to things to consider about the sliding shower doors.
- Sliding shower doors are taller than sliding tub doors, affording walk-in access as in order to enter the shower, you don’t have to step over the tub apron.
- Sliding shower doors use a roller system attached to the glass and riding in a top track, and uses a bottom track to keep the doors aligned and tracking in good order.
- Each shower door is designed for an effective usage to contain water in 48-inch or 60-inch shower.
SLIDING SHOWER DOORS PROJECTS
GlasscoNY has over 10 years of experience in sliding shower doors. We have developed our own professional approach regarding the design to development and installation of sliding shower doors. Our commitment to perfection has served our customers for years, breeding recurring business and bringing new customers here in New York City and surrounding cities in New York.
We regularly research the market to keep the track of the latest innovative selections in glass and hardware, at the same time keeping the prices at competitive levels. We also appreciate your time, that’s why we approach each job with rapid response to make sure our customers meet their deadlines and come in on budget.
No matter what your shower door needs are. From a singular shower door installation to multi-family and hotel renovations, our highly experienced team is ready to help assure your next project surpasses expectations.
All glass shower doors can shatter, some without any impact. However, the glass used is usually designed to break into pieces that are less likely to cut if they hit you.