STRAIGHT-IN-LINE SHOWER DOORS
WHAT ARE STRAIGHT-IN-LINE SHOWER DOORS?
Straight-in-line shower doors consist of a glass door panel, which is connected to one or more glass panels at a 180 degree angle. This creates an inline or straight line design. Straight-in-line shower doors are perfect for alcove fittings and corner installations.
OUR WORKS ON STRAIGHT-IN-LINE SHOWER DOORS
Here are the things to consider about the straight-in-line shower doors.
- Straight-in-line shower doors are attractive for enabling plenty of light into the shower.
- In-line doors help the shower feel more open and bright than a single-door design.
- Due to the 180-degree configuration of an inline door, this type of shower door comes with lots of design limitations.
- In-line shower doors can only be installed in bathrooms with three existing walls surrounding the shower. These also can be used for a corner shower, square or rectangular shower.
STRAIGHT-IN-LINE SHOWER DOORS PROJECTS
GlasscoNY has over 10 years of experience in straight-in-line shower doors. We have created our own professional approach regarding the design to development and installation of straight-in-line 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 continuously research the market to provide the latest innovative selections in glass and hardware, at the same time keeping the prices at competitive levels. We also appreciate your time and approach each job with a fast 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.
There is no one standard size for a straight-in-line shower door. Standard sizes start at 24 inches and go up to 60 inches for bypass and French doors.
The average cost to install a glass block wall in a bathroom is about $700. Most homeowners pay between $550 to $1,300. Installing this type of wall is an economical way to allow light into your bathroom without sacrificing privacy.
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.