Arizona Frameless Shower Doors, and frameless shower enclosures, can offer a clean, elegant, and modern addition to any bathroom.
Through the use of clean-cut frameless lines, and our high-quality expert craftsmanship, we can customize your frameless shower doors to match any design or specifications you may need!
“We were very pleased with this company.
They came promptly to give an estimate, scheduled promptly, and then they actually came on time to do the job (they even called and asked if they could come earlier, which was great!). The workers were polite and very efficient, cleaned up after themselves, explained everything and answered our questions … and they did a beautiful job!
We love our shower doors and would highly recommend them to anyone!”
– Carl B.
Frameless Shower Doors: This style of door or enclosure, comprises of very thick, tempered glass. Because this glass is extremely sturdy and durable, there is no need to frame each piece individually as other enclosure types require. Usually, the only “metal elements” you will find on a frameless shower door or enclosure is on the hinges, and of course the handles.
Semi-Frameless Shower Doors: This door/enclosure style, can feature a “mix” of both framed and frameless glass. The glass used in this type of door is usually a bit thicker than in a typical “framed shower”, and usually the door of the enclosure itself is frameless.
Frameless glass shower doors have seen a huge rise in their popularity over the last decade, and with very good reason. Frameless doors provide a modern and clean aesthetic, which can be much more difficult to achieve with a traditional “framed” enclosure option.
For a custom frameless glass shower door (usually the best option when all things are considered), you’re likely looking at spending between $900 and $2,000+ for a door and panel, with the average coming in around $1,100-$1,200.
The installation cost, which is separate in most cases, is usually about $300.
Semi-frameless shower doors have a very wide price range as well, usually running around $600-$2,200 (depending on the scop of the project).
While semi-frameless doors & enclosures are still used, most modern bathroom designs are opting for the frameless style. Frameless shower doors help to showcase the bathroom space, offer a more “open concept” aesthetic, and offer far greater possibilities when it comes to design and customization.
No. Frameless shower doors do not “leak”. While there are very small “gaps” near the hinges, and sometimes on the sides of the door, it is highly unlikely that water will leak though these gaps unless water pressure is directly and consistently pointed at these seams.
We have installed thousands of frameless enclosures over the past 40 years, and “leaking” is not a concern. However, if we see that water may be an issue (for example, if your tile/floor slopes the wrong way, or the direction/placement of a shower head is pointed directly at the seams of the frameless enclosure) we will bring it to your attention at time of measurement, and help suggest possible solutions before moving forward.
Since frameless glass shower door enclosures do not have thick framing, they are (aesthetically speaking) a far superior option to any other shower solutions currently available. They allow for your bathroom colors, tiles, flooring, lighting fixtures, and other bathroom aesthetics to be better highlighted.
Additionally, frameless glass shower doors are easier to clean, because they don’t have that metal framing, only glass and minimal perimeter support. For these reasons, the frameless option tends to last longer than one with a frame.