Best Quality and Durable Shower Doors in Essex County, NJ (New Jersey)
Vlad’s Mirror & Glass is highly specialized in providing the best in bathtub enclosure services and shower doors in Union County NJ (New Jersey). Whether you want to remodel your bathroom or need a replacement system and need a brand new installation or require extensive repairs to an existing shower, Vlad’s Mirror & Glass is the best choice.
Vlad’s Mirror & Glass have experience installing, replacing, and repairing any type of shower door enclosure available on the market. Customers also are very familiar and love us because it can provide service for complex installations that other companies may not have the necessary experience to handle.
Types of Shower Door & Bathtub Enclosure Glass Types:
- Clear Glass is the most common type of glass customers ask for. It’s very attractive and amazing looking because older shower glass enclosures are usually corroded from water damage.
- Low-Iron Glass is very similar to ‘Clear Glass’ except you can have a completely transparent with a clear view without any of the green tintings that is associated with ‘Clear Glass’.
- ‘Frosted glass’ is the perfect pick for those who need extra privacy or just feel safer knowing you can’t be seen. It’s not just privacy-friendly.
- Rain Glass provides a more contemporary style in mind. It provides a neat and decorative pattern.
Types of Shower Door Systems Vlad’s Mirror & Glass Offer:
- Framed Shower Enclosures are very user-friendly showers in the market. These are very durable, traditional, and affordable. Its fixtures are very strong and durable to withstand most shower floor damage through the years.
- Frameless Shower Enclosures are made of a material such as steel or cast iron, which is rust and corrode free, and they are easy to clean.
- ‘Bypass Shower Doors’ are commonly installed for shower stalls and bathtub enclosures.
- Bi-Fold Shower Doors shower enclosure systems are somewhat rarer in the household and genuine beauty in terms of function. These doors are typically installed in a ‘semi-frameless’ enclosure.