by Nancy DeZarn
Custom glass shower doors can turn your bathroom into a veritable spa within your home. Dulles Glass has the experience and professional staff to help turn your dream bathroom project into reality. Our custom shower doors are cut to the precise specifications you need, fabricated on-site, delivered to you, and installed by us. In short, once you decide on the look and functionality you want, we will make it happen for you. The first step is to decide on the style of glass shower doors by visiting one of our glass shower door showrooms in Silver Spring, MD or Manassas, VA.
Our glass experts are happy to help you pick the best value and look for your bathroom remodel. You can also peruse our gallery of glass shower door options. In addition, we can also consult with you in person at your home or business. With our no-obligation in-home consultation, we can inspect your space, take shower door measurements, and discuss the details of your project with you in the comfort of your own home. For those who reside in the Washington DC region, you can schedule a free glass shower door consultation.
You can choose clear and HDglass™, as well as frosted, rain, bronze and gray-tinted glass, so the color and clarity of the glass will suit your design style. Our HDglass offers the highest clarity because it is made with reduced iron-content glass, while the standard clear glass is more budget-friendly. Frosted and rain glass provide added opacity—making it hard to see in but easily transmitting light. If you have dark colors or an old-fashioned bathroom, you may want bronze or gray glass to both add some privacy and blend in with your bathroom décor at the same time.
If you have a shower space in between two walls, you should consider a single frameless shower door or a door and panel shower door. If your shower is in a corner, you should take a look at our neo angle shower and corner shower designs. For the functionality, our sliding glass shower doors can help overcome the design challenges of small bathrooms. Finally, if your shower area is inside your bathtub, you might want to get a frameless bathtub screen, sliding glass bathtub doors, or swinging bathtub doors. Most of our doors can slide open and shut from the left and right sides of your shower or tub, and our swinging shower and bathtub doors can also be ordered to open from the left or the right. If you like the idea of letting some steam out of your shower area on occasion, be sure to order a design that includes a transom at the top. No matter the size or shape of your shower or bathtub area, we are confident we can find the best design for you.