Glass Door Options Homeowners Choose

As more homeowners seek out new ways to make their home more open and fluid, glass doors are on the rise. Glass doors can be placed throughout the home, from the kitchen cabinets to the back-entry way but knowing which glass door option is right for you can be a challenge. It’s always a good idea to have a professional glass contractor come out and take a look at the area you want to install a glass door before you decide on anything, but these are some of the most popular options for glass doors homeowners choose that may be the perfect fit for your home!

Full Glass Front Door

If you’re looking to energize and brighten your main living space, a full glass front door might be the way to go. With a glass front door, you can enjoy a great view of the outside without dealing with a breeze or unwanted insects entering the home. This option is the most popular among homeowners who live in a more private area. If you live in a heavily populated suburban area, a glass front door might not maintain the level of privacy you’re looking for. If you want the benefits of a glass door without losing your privacy, consider replacing a side or back door instead of the main front door.

Glass Shower Doors / Bathtub Enclosures

Realtors often say that bathrooms and kitchens sell houses and it’s true! If you’re looking to turn your bathroom into a sanctuary while adding great equity to your home, frameless glass shower doors are the way to go. A frameless glass shower will bring an elegant and modern look into your bathroom in no time. Consider tiling the inside of your shower to bring the entire room together. Another long-term advantage of glass showers is their durability. The watertight seals from the glass installation prevent leaks and the lack of metal fixtures means very little maintenance over time. The glass used in these designs is thick and tough, so it’s sure to withstand many years of use.

Sliding Partition Glass Doors

This is one of the more classic glass door options for homeowners, but it’s still growing in popularity. Sliding glass doors allow light to fill the living room, kitchen, or other main living space. An experienced glass contractor can even custom design a size that works for your home if you’re afraid the conventional style won’t work for you. If your home already has a sliding glass door, upgrading to a newer version is a great way to reduce utility bills and improve the long-lasting durability of the doors. Glass doors are an investment in any home. You aren’t only improving your living space but adding equity to your home that will last for years to come!

Contact Atlas Glass & Mirror today for a quote on your residential or commercial glass doors, that will not only transform your interior into an elegant space but increase your home’s value.