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In a shower, whether it’s a stand-alone shower or a bathtub with a
shower, water has to stay in the shower area. A glass door is a much
more attractive option than a standard curtain. A glass shower door can
let light in more efficiently and is better at keeping water in the
shower. When choosing a shower door, homeowners also have a variety of
options concerning handles, towel bars, and even the type of glass
frameless doors may seem like a safety risk, the thick, tempered glass
is very durable and difficult to break. Frameless doors give the
bathroom a more open feeling and are easier to clean, because there is
no frame to collect dirt and grime.
Framed. In framed doors, the
glass is often sealed into the frame and is relatively water-tight.
Heavy glass is not required because of the extra support from the
frame, so framed doors typically are less expensive. Framed door
designs include sliding, bi-fold, and swinging doors.