Common Questions

  1. What forms of payment do you accept?

    We accept VISA, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Checks & Cash.

  2. Can I replace a framed enclosure with a frameless shower enclosure without changing my tile?

    Yes, but there will be remaining holes in your tile that will need to be filled. We try to place the new hardware over any existing holes, but this isn’t always possible.

  3. Do you charge for an estimate?

    There is no charge for an estimate and we can generally visit your home within 2-3 days from when you contact us. After our visit we will send you an estimate, usually via email.

  4. Can I save time by ordering my frameless shower enclosure before the tile is installed?

    No – enclosures are custom made and require that we take measurements of the finished opening to insure correct fit.

  5. How long does it take for the fabrication of my shower ?

    It depends on the configuration being purchased; most custom enclosures take 10 working days from measure to installation.

  6. Once the shower enclosure is installed, can I use it right away?

    You will need to wait 24 hours to allow the silicone to cure and set properly.

  7. What is the minimum/maximum frameless shower door width?

    The minimum opening to pass building inspection is 24”; the average door size 28” wide; the maximum size is 36” wide for standard hardware. Industrial hardware is available for openings up to 39″.

  8. Do you warranty your products?

    We offer a one year warranty on any defects in materials and workmanship. This warranty does not apply to broken glass. In addition, most shower hardware have a limited life time warranty.

  9. Do frameless shower enclosures leak?

    No, we do not guarantee our frameless shower enclosures not to leak. We apply seals to the door and seal fixed panels with with silicone to minimize water leaks.

  10. Should I install a framed or framless shower door?

    Budget, construction, and personal design preference are things you should consider. Usually a frameless door is more expensive, but not always. It depends on the configuration and type of metal used on a frame. If water leakage is a major concern you may want to focus on a framed unit. The typical life of a framed shower is 5 years before corrosion develops. The typical life of a frameless shower is 25 years.

  11. Can you refer me a reputable contractor?

    Absolutely. We work with the best new home & remodeling contractors.

  12. What is the best way to care for my shower?

    The best tool to keep a shower door clean is a squeegee. If you want your clear glass to stay clear, use a squeegee after every shower—it will make a world of difference.