Elmont Glass Company is a custom manufacturer of shower doors and units. Shower doors are made one of two ways: framed and frameless.
A framed shower unit is a more traditional, economical option for your bathroom, because the unit is made with thinner glass. Please see below for options.
Here are some options for a framed finish for your glass:
Polished Aluminum, Brite Dip, Polished Brass, Polished Black, Satin Silver, Satin Gold, Satin Black, Satin Blue, Satin Red, Dark Pewter, Brushed Silver, Brushed Nickel, Brushed Gold, White Powder Coat, and Almond Powder Coat.
You can also choose from many types of glass for a framed units are:
Obscure, Clear, Rain, Smooth Rough, Grey Tint, Bronze Tint, Green Tint, Blue Tint, Grey Reflective, Bronze Reflective, Reeded, and Crossreeded.
Frameless are a more contemporary choice for your shower by eliminating a majority of the metal framework around the glass. Frameless units are mostly made with 3/8” tempered glass. However 1/2" glass is also available.
Below are some choices for a frameless shower unit:
Polished Brass, Polished Nickel, Chrome, Satin Chrome, Brushed Chrome, Brushed Brass, Brushed Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, White and Antique Brass.
Choices of glass for frameless units in 3/8”:
Clear, Rain, Grey Tint, Bronze Tint, Starphire, Matelux and Reeded.
Choices of glass for frameless units 1/2”:
Clear, Grey Tint, Bronze Tint, Starphire, and Acid Etched.
Our sales team can you help you choose which glass and finish is right for you. We will work with you to make your shower unit match your bathroom design. Call us today!
(project completed for the Four Seasons Hotel in NYC)
Clear Mirror: Clear glass with a silver backing clear glass is used for standard mirror applications. The thickest a mirror can be is 1/4".
Beveled Mirror: A mirror which has a angled edge. It gives a more decorative feel to the mirror.
Ultra Clear Mirror: Clear mirror without the slightly greenish tint, making it appropriate for situations in which maximum clarity is needed.
Tinted Mirror: Mirror which has a colored tint on it.
Antique Mirror: Coatings or tints are applied to give the mirror look an aged look.
Retro Vanity Mirror
as seen in Architectural Digest Magazine
Concave Mirror: Glass is curved inward, and then coated, creating enlarged reflections.
Convex Mirror: The glass curves outward, creating reduced reflections.
There are numerous types of mirror we can manufacture for your application -- tempered mirror, laminated mirror, two-way mirror, just to name a few -- in any size and shape. Call us today to discuss the many possibilities!
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