Shower Doors

Wiping down the counters, getting into the tiny crevices on the faucets and making that mirror sparkle is the easy stuff. The most dreaded task, scrubbing the shower, is the one that takes the most time and requires the most arm power. It’s not just dirt and grime. It’s residual hair products. It’s hard water stains. It’s a combination of soap, humidity, heat and cleaning agents that make glass look dull over time.… Read More


Showers have come a long way over the past several decades. In times past, a simple curtain would partition a shower from the rest of the bathroom. Eventually, the glass-framed shower door was introduced, followed by glass shower stalls. The metal frames, generally aluminum, held it all together with some screws, glue and plastic molding.… Read More