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What exactly should you expect when you get this type of door? Well you might be considering the advantage that using this type of door actually does not require you to provide a whole lot of clearance space. This means that a sliding shower door is ideal for cramped places. Most people today make use of shower curtains in order to cover up the shower area. Why? Because they believe that it gives them just as much privacy and because they just want to save a few bucks. Anyone whos watched the movie "psycho" and practically any other horror movie that has a shower scene must know that the "privacy" provided by the shower curtain is overrated.
It literally can transform small bathroom space into a modern spacious atmosphere that any homeowner and their guests can enjoy. Regular sliding doors can be framed or frameless depending upon your needs. The frameless shower has a metal header and a framed perimeter; however the individual door panels are not framed. The framed sliders have a metal frame around each door panel. So when you are considering a bathroom remodel and begin to think about replacing or adding doors it is important to consider all of your options. Hydroslide systems were created for standing shower stalls and above bath tubs and can be custom fitted for a wide range of bathrooms and bathrooms designs. They offer designs with fixed panels or both sides at 90-180 degrees. As a homeowner you also have the option of a floor to "near" ceiling sliding doors with glass panels. The Hydroslide definitely offers the "all glass" look in shower doors. Any homeowner that wants the luxury of an all glass look with the convenience of a sliding shower door should consider the Hydroslide door.
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The first and most important thing you have to take into account is how bright your shower stall will be if you use frosted glass. It takes away a fair amount of light and that is something that can end up creating a fairly claustrophobic environment in your shower enclosure. If there is a light right above your shower you will most likely be fine with frosted glass as well. If there is not you might have to consider using clear glass. There is also a possibility to use a combination of frosted and clear glass. This combination usually consists of frosted glass up to around head height and continues with clear glass above it. This way a lot of light can enter your shower stall and you still experience some privacy.