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Whether you are building a new home, or updating your existing home, there are many things to consider before making your fixture selections, including your shower type, size, material, and color.  You are not just limited to a plain white, solid piece shower unit, and you don’t have to spend money on tile to make your shower beautiful.  Explore your options with a consultant when you visit our showroom, we’ll have many different examples to show you.


Installation Options

  • One Piece Shower Units – Since these units don’t fit through most doorways, they’re mostly used for new construction and are installed before framing on the house is finished.  Most contractors prefer this type of unit because it’s easy to install, and there are also many size options available, including a combination tub option.
  • Shower Bases – Shower bases are available in cast iron, acrylic, fiberglass, or Vikrel, and offered in many different colors. Easily pair with tile, stone, or wall panels to finish the look of your shower space.
  • Multi-Piece Shower Units – These units ship in smaller, multiple pieces and then assembled in your bathroom.  There are multiple material options, and many size and color available.

Material Options

  • Fiberglass – Fiberglass showers are made of molded fiberglass with a solid gel coating on top. They are less expensive than acrylic, but more susceptible to scratching and staining over time.
  • Acrylic – Made of a durable, nonporous plastic material that resists soap scum, hard-water build up, and mold. Acrylic is tougher than fiberglass and tends to last longer because the color is molded all the way through the surface.  Although it is more expensive that fiberglass, it is still more affordable than other types of showers.
  • Solid Surface –  This type of material is made of recycled plastics, and resin. Available in many colors and textures, smooth or simulated tile walls, with or without borders, and any they can also be custom made to fit any shower space perfectly.

 Shower Doors

  • Sliding – If you’re limited on space or budget, sliding doors are the way to go. By far the most common style for Tub & Shower units, and available in many glass styles and finishes to match your bathroom faucets.
  • Pivoting – Pivot doors are becoming more and more common as popularity of custom tile showers grow. Designed to fit many different widths and heights with with multiple configurations.
  • Frameless – If you’re more in to a minimalist look when it comes to your bathroom, a framless shower door is a must for you.  Less is more when it comes to these high-end looking shower doors. Add clear glass to your door and show off that tile shower that you love.