1. Shower enclosures come in a variety of sizes and can be customized to fit your space. Most manufacturers offer a Measuring Guide that shows how to measure your application for their specific product line.
2. Door options for glass showers include both swing and sliding enclosures. Consider the space limitations of the bathroom before selecting a door that swings outward.
3. Glass options are available as well, including the 1/4” thick glass with polished edges, as well as 5/16", 3/8" and 1/2" heavy glass in a variety of patterns and styles. Privacy glass patterns are also an option, available in obscure, rain, fluted, silk and other patterns that limit visibility.
4. Know your terms. "Frameless" showers will have minimal amount of framing around the door and panels for support. "Semi frame- less" may have framing around the entire opening but not around the actual door panel itself. This will vary from model to model. All shower doors require a minimal amount of framing or hardware to ensure support.
5. Frame finishes also come in several options. Homeowners and interior designers usually select the shower door finish to match faucets or fixtures.
5 TIPS FOR SELECTING A GLASS SHOWER DOOR