Glass shower and tub enclosures from Tri State Glass, Inc. are available in framed and frameless configurations and can be outfitted with a nearly endless variety of glass textures, colors, and shower door hardware.
The team of shower enclosure designers at Tri State Glass is eager to work with your general contractor for new construction or renovations.
If you plan on managing your bathroom renovation project yourself, we welcome the chance to be involved in your design process and are ready to answer any questions you may have about the materials, configuration options, hardware, or styles available to ensure your shower enclosure or tub enclosure is uniquely yours.
There is no doubt that a frameless glass shower enclosure will make a statement in your bathroom, but where to start? If you would like to start planning your new glass shower enclosure before contacting Tri State Glass for a quote, there are three key elements to consider:
- The Shape
- The Size
- The Aesthetic Appeal
The Shape of Your Shower Enclosure
The shape of your shower enclosure will have a huge impact on how your shower enclosure fits into your room. Will this enclosure be floor to ceiling, serve as a partial bathtub surround, or be located in the center of the bathroom?
These are important factors to consider when beginning to design a shower or tub enclosure for your space.
The Size of Your Shower Enclosure
The size of your new glass shower enclosure will affect its usability. As an example, if you plan on an enclosure more than 6 foot in length or width, you may want to plan on additional shower heads or other water features. In this case, the addition of shower heads must be complete before we can get started.
Other factors affecting the size of your shower enclosure are more obvious.
If you plan for a floor to ceiling enclosure, have you planned for proper ventilation?
Will the shower enclosure fit around other fixtures in the room?
The Aesthetic Appeal of Your Shower Enclosure
The most enjoyable part of designing your new shower enclosure is choosing the options. We want you to be happy with your new shower or tub enclosure and most of this will come from your own personal touch.
Below are a few of the options to consider when personalizing your glass shower enclosure:
- Patterns and textures in the glass
- Subtle or vibrant colors in the glass
- Hardware styles and finishes for the shower door
- Framed or frameless