Shower Door Options for your Westbury Bathroom Remodel

Bathroom remodels provide homeowners with a relaxing retreat within their homes, offering a spa-like space to unwind after a long day.

Updated bathrooms provide homeowners the chance to turn their bathroom amenities into functional features that can be utilized daily. Shower doors are a bathroom remodeling feature that can be overlooked, but are as important as any other design decision in a bathroom renovation.

Whether you’re remodeling your bathroom or designing it for your new home construction, the contracting experts at Center Island Contracting have ideas for your shower doors that can make your bathroom functional and stylish.

Frameless Shower Doors

Frameless shower doors don’t have a frame so they’re almost entirely glass. They offer more of a modern and updated look, they’re easier to maintain and the glass is thicker because there’s no frame in place to support it.

Framed Shower Doors

Framed shower doors are one of the most common types of shower door options. Some might consider them outdated, but they’re a tried and true shower door option. They’re also more affordable and easier to install if you prefer those advantages over the look.

Semi-Frameless Shower Doors

Semi-frameless shower doors provide the best of both worlds, combining frameless and framed shower doors. It’s more sleek and modern compared to a framed shower door, but offers more support than a frameless shower door.

Hinged Shower Doors

Hinged shower doors can be framed or frameless, swinging both outward and inward. Swinging outward can limit space in the bathroom, so those with bathrooms that lack square footage might opt for a different shower door option.

Steam Shower Doors

Steam shower doors span floor to ceiling. The shower enclosure should be airtight so that steam can’t leave the shower, making it a spa-like shower that mimics a mini steam room. All edges have to be sealed tight to achieve this.

Sliding Shower Doors

Sliding shower doors can both framed or frameless, just as hinged shower doors. They’re also referred to as a bypass door. This shower door option is a space saver and are one of the most commonly used shower doors.

Center Island Contracting is your local contractor of choice for new home construction and home remodels on the north shore of Nassau county, Long Island in towns like Oyster Bay, Manhasset, Plainview, Jericho, etc. Our qualified team is here to help you renovate the home of your dreams. With the knowledge about local and New York State laws, our staff can answer all your questions and streamline the entire process. Email us or call (516) 481-4707.

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