The One hinge Frameless Shower Door or tub door offers classic style with a modern touch. It will transform your bathroom with a beautiful balance of functionality, elegance and sophistication. A variety of finishes and glass options will match any bathroom decorate. Choose The One Frameless Shower Doors for the ultimate solution to your shower project.
Premium 3/8 in. (10 mm) tempered glass
Chrome, Brushed Stainless, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Satin Black and Brushed Bronze hardware finishes available
Fully frameless glass design
Up to 3/4 in. (19 mm) in width adjustment
Up to 1/2 in. (12 mm) out-of-plumb adjustment
Reversible for right or left door opening
Self closing pivot hinges
Various model configurations available
Custom fabricated to fit specific opening
Many door pulls and towel bars to choose from
Minimum threshold depth of 1 in. (25 mm) required
Materials: ANSI certified tempered glass, stainless steel hinges and aluminum channels
Studs or reinforcement behind finished walls required for installation
These models added flexibility with reversible doors. Our doors can be fitted either way up so they can open left to right or right to left, giving you greater flexibility in your bathroom design.
The leak-free frameless shower door starts with the correct construction of the shower. The floor should be slightly inclined towards the center to prevent water from accumulating in the shower room or leaking from the shower room. Consider a rain shower head that directs water to the floor instead of spraying it to the wall.
The semi-frameless shower door has one or two or three sides and is wrapped in metal like a frame door. Part of the door is frameless, but not the entire door.
In the frameless design, the door itself does not have a metal frame. It may be attached to the metal frame of the door, but the door is a piece of glass without a frame.
As long as they are installed correctly, they are safe, as can be said of any shower door. Proper installation ensures that the shower wall can support the door and that the rails and anchor points are aligned correctly.
Installing frameless shower doors requires more work and expertise than framed or semi-frameless models. Before starting the installation, the measurement and angle must be accurate to prevent gaps. Include an extra 1/16 inch in your measurement to account for the metal shank of the tape measure. You need to be as precise as possible.
The rest of the installation requires spacers, drill bits, and at least two hands to hold the door, hold the door in place, and connect it to the hardware. Depending on the design of the bathroom, masonry bits or other special power tools may be required.
Most shower doors are 28 inches-30 inches wide, but since we produce all customized products, you can choose. The height of the door may limit the width, but the width of the door must be less than 36 inches.