Glass Trends in 2016
(Wednesday, February 17, 2016)

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The possibilities are endless with glass. It is a blank canvas that can be modified to fit your unique design goals. This new trend has proven to be timeless and will upgrade your entire bathroom. Don’t wait to see it in your neighbor’s house, be the trendsetter!  

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4 Beautiful Shower Options
(Tuesday, February 02, 2016)

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Do you pull back musty curtains to your shower every morning or maybe your just want to update your bathroom? Not only will you get personal value out of an upgrade, but it could help the resale value of your home.
Here are some options that will give you an idea for an elegant new option:

First Base

Sliding shower doors are usually the first step up from curtains. Practically you will need at least 60 inches because sliding doors have two separate panels that require a wide opening. If you are limited in space this could be a great option because they don’t open into the shower or outside of it. 

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To Frame or Not to Frame: Glass Shower Doors are the Question
(Friday, September 18, 2015)

Frameless Shower Doors

There are a variety of possibilities when it comes to today's glass shower doors and enclosures. The main question most homeowners face when choosing a glass shower door for a bathroom project is whether it will be framed versus frameless.

Framed glass shower doors typically  have the glass enclosed in metal, such as brass or aluminum, while frameless shower doors typically are almost all-glass with a small amount of hardware. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, making the choice sometimes a tough one. 

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How to Choose the Best Glass Shower Door
(Friday, July 17, 2015)

Frameless Shower Doors

When choosing a glass shower door for your new bathroom or remodeling project, the possibilities are endless. You must choose framed or frameless; the type of glass to utilize; the type of metal for any hardware used (whether framed or frameless); and more.

There is much to consider, and following are a few items you will want to keep in mind as you make this important choice. 

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