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Frameless Shower Doors and Glass Shower Enclosures

Frameless Shower Doors Are Attractive and Easy to Maintain

Grossman’s installs custom or standard frameless shower doors and enclosures of any configuration - with returns or kneewalls, euroslide doors, neoangles, tub and shower sliding doors and more.

If you need a custom enclosure for a remodel, Grossman’s Shower and Mirror will listen to you and design an enclosure that will suit your desires and your space. We will help you conceptualize and plan the shower and bathroom you need and envisioned.

Grossman’s has designed, measured and installed framed, semi-frameless and gorgeous custom frameless shower doors in hundreds of homes in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.

With every job, Grossman’s consistently delivers quality materials and craftsmanship. They measure and install your shower, tub door or enclosure when it is convenient for you. They promise – and deliver – superior craftsmanship, distinctive designs, and project completion turnarounds that other shower door companies simply cannot.

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Shower Door and Shower Enclosure Configurations

Bath screen: glass screen or splash that runs two-thirds of the tub
By-pass doors:
doors that slide pass each other, usually on some type of framing or track, also called sliding doors
Euroslide
: frameless sliding door suspended from by rollers from the top, also called hydroslide, or Serenity®
Hydroslide
: frameless sliding door suspended from by rollers from the top, also called euroslide or Serenity®
Kneewall:
a partial wall or buttress (also called sidewall)
Neo angle:
three-sided shower, whose door is at a 45º angle to the side panels
Panel and door:
panel attached to sidewall and door, door hinged to sidewall or panel
Panel, door, panel:
panel attached to a door, door attached to another panel; door can be hinged to either panel
Panel, door, full return:
shower door is usually attached to a sidewall with a full return panel on a 90º angle
Panel and door, inline return:
shower door is typically attached to a sidewall and a notched panel
Panel, door, kneewall return:
shower door is usually attached to a sidewall, and a panel, panel is notched (like an inline) and attached to a return
Pivot door:
door that swings out, using pivot hinges top and bottom
Return: the return is the piece of glass that is "returning" to the wall
Serenity®
: frameless sliding door suspended from by rollers from the top, also called hydroslide, or euroslide
Shower door slider:
same configuration as a tub slider, with the doors reaching the floor
Single door:
one door attached to a sidewall
Sliding doors:
doors that slide pass each other, usually on some type of framing or track, also called by-pass
Steam shower:
the shower ceiling is tiled, the shower glass touches the ceiling trapping the steam inside the shower
Transom:
glass panel, usually above the door, that can be opened to vent steam
Tub enclosure:
tub with two doors, usually by-pass doors
Tub slider:
doors that slide pass each other, usually on framing or track (by-pass)

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