Frameless Shower Door Enclosures

Frameless shower door enclosures minimize the amount of metal used to hold the system panels and door in place. By minimizing the use of metal framing you can create a showcase for your tile or stone.

Birmingham Glass Works, LLC measures and fabricates all heavy glass enclosures specifically for your shower, insuring the best possible fit and design.

There could be framing on the sidewalls, bottom, and top depending on the style of the door.



Glass thickness:

3/8" or 1/2" tempered glass.

Glass pattern:

Clear, aquaview, niagara and satin etch. Ask about our specialty glass options.

Hardware color:

There are more than 20 color options available. Our most common colors are Oil Rubbed Bronze, Brushed Nickel and Chrome. Recent favorites include Unlacquered Brass, Polished Nickel and Brushed Bronze.

Height of unit:

Our most popular height is 76". Since every door is custom made, we are able to accommodate your specific needs.

Handle type:

There are countless options and combinations for handles in both 6" and 8" dimensions as well as towel bars and robe hooks on one or both sides of your glass.

Process Duration:

Turn around time for a frameless shower door is 7-10 business days. Specialty glass/doors may take longer based on availability of the products requested.


All Birmingham Glass Works products carry our one year labor and material workmanship warranty:

Birmingham Glass Works, LLC warrants all of its products for a period of one year from the date of installation against the defects in the materials and workmanship. This warranty is limited to repair or replacement of defective parts at the option of Birmingham Glass Works, LLC. This warranty is void if the product shows any signs of physical or chemical abuse or there is evidence of tampering. Birmingham Glass Works, LLC is not responsible for any damages or injury to person or property except for replacement or repair of defective shower door unit itself. The size of the shower opening and the location of the water source both play a role in the amount of water that may exit your shower enclosure.