Shower Door Installation
For a custom shower door installation that provides a lot of bang for your buck, you can’t beat Cunano Builders Corp. Before installing a shower door, our team of installers will talk about what you’re looking for in a shower. For example, while a simple shower curtain is sufficient for keeping water off the bathroom floor, a custom shower door provides added functionality and elegance.
Shower doors come in many types of configurations, styles and sizes to match any budget. But before beginning any custom shower door installations, we’ll discuss what you need in your existing space. Should your shower offer a balance between privacy and access or are you looking to create a key decorative element that reflects your personal style?
Our professional shower door installers will walk through all the options and take precise measurements of your shower. Since the doors are custom built, you can feel confident that you’re getting a one-of-a-kind, beautiful solution that fits your bathroom’s appearance without the hassle and cost of a full remodel.
Shower Door Replacement
Replacing just the door can make a big difference in the overall appearance of your shower, one of the most important parts of a bathroom. Replacing your old shower door with a new piece can save on the large cost of ripping out your entire shower’s base and walls. A replacement glass door can make a bathroom look larger, a frameless door adds design simplicity, while a sliding or pivot shower door provides the functionality you desire. Get your shower door easily replaced with The Home Depot’s professional installers today!
A shower enclosure is any door, frame and base combination that contains your shower to a certain surface area. Typically, shower enclosures have sliding, pivot or hinged doors and come in a variety of shapes like rectangular or curved. Updating your bathroom with a custom shower enclosure is a great way to take your shower to the next level of bathroom design. Instead of going through the hassle of replacing and installing yourself, let our professional shower door experts do it for you!
Repairing Shower Doors Yourself?
While there may be small, maintenance-like repairs you can do yourself, repairing a shower door with serious problems may not be the best idea. In fact, based on added value to your bathroom, replacing the door entirely may provide the smartest financial benefit in the long run. Cunano Builders Corp is a reputable, local company nearby that can provide licensed and insured contractors that can professionally replace your old shower door, measure, and install a brand-new one. Sign up for a free consultation today to learn more.
The cost of having a new shower door installed will vary based on a number of factors, including the size of the door, labor costs in your area, and the materials and glass finish you choose. Our doors are customized to fit your home and space, giving you the perfect style for your shower and budget. The Home Depot also offers financing options that help you pay for your project over time.
Measurements can be very tricky and must be exact for your shower door to properly function with no issues. Our team of installation professionals is available to take these measurements for you. This includes the height, width, and thickness of the shower door, as well as the surrounds and space your door will need to open and close. Our installers take custom measurements to fit your unique space and ensure accuracy.
Frameless shower doors look great but require precise installation, which we think is best left to the pros. Our local installers are licensed, experienced professionals who will correctly install your shower door to prevent leaks as much as possible. However, frameless shower enclosures are not designed to withstand a direct water spray at the door and transom. Additionally, you may experience a small amount of water on your bathroom floor as you open and close any shower door.
We recommend you simply squeegee your shower door after every use to prevent buildup. You may also use glass cleaner on spots that don’t come clean easily.