Most frameless models are custom glass shower doors, which means you aren’t limited to mass-produced shower doors at a standard size. This adds more flexibility to your shower installation. In fact, customisation is one of the important factors in purchasing a frameless shower door. They come in any size. This allows your designer complete flexibility in designing the size of your shower space. If you want an expansive spa shower or need a smaller corner walk-in, a frameless glass shower door can be made to fit either scenario.
Easier to clean. The bathroom is generally not a favourite place to clean and showers and bathtubs can be particularly cumbersome. With a frameless glass door, you can squeegee the door and typically get in and out easier to clean the floor and walls.
Those old-fashioned shower glass frames made bathrooms look small, and all those creases were a breeding ground for mould and mildew.
Allow the flow of light. The bathroom is one of those areas where light flow is pretty important in performing your daily routine. When you are in a dark shower it can make finding the shampoo, soap, and razors a bit difficult. With a frameless glass shower door, natural and artificial light can flow into the space to help improve visibility.