Frameless shower doors with hinged doors are the most popular type of shower doors used in the new house. It can be a single door or in combination with fixed stationary glass panels and make a shower door enclosure.
Hinged door systems are reliable and easy to work with. These type of glass doors require least maintenance and care and has a long lifetime. This will reduce possible costs for maintenance.
Hinged glass doors are fitted to many shower openings. This type of mechanism can be used for openings up to 36” glass door and in 72” opening double doors in combination. Most hinged doors have the ability to swing 180 degrees in out or can be limited based on your needs.
Low cost, simplest design of hinged shower doors includes two hinges and a door handle or knob. Less number of parts mean less fabrication on the glass and that will result in a low-cost shower door.
Wall Mount Standard Hinge, is the most used type hinge in frameless shower doors. This type hinge will mount the glass directly to a wall and provide strong support for glass to swing 180 degrees. There is a verity of finishes and models of this type of hinges. The hinges come with Self-Centering Reversible 5 Degree Pivot Pin, but it can be adjustable in some models.
Wall Mount Offset Hinge, this type of hinges work similar to standard wall mount hinges, but with an advantage. Offset hinges have mounting screws only one side. This allows the glass to site ion the edge of the wall, and save more space for the inside of the shower.
Glass-to-Glass Standard Hinge, By hinging the glass door on a fixed panel shower wall, the shower door can be placed where you need it to be. This type of hinge will be used when the door can’t be hinged to the wall or customers prefer to enter the shower from the wall side. And it can be used in showers that entrance must be from the middle of the shower.