Shower Doors

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In the busy, modern world we live in it is very easy to get caught up in the demands of daily life. To relax and revitalize after a hard day's work it is sometimes the simple pleasures that invigorate the mind and body most, like a refreshing shower. As something we do every day, it is only natural that we would want the ritual of showering to be done in comfort and style, which is what frameless shower doors provide.


Bathrooms come in all sizes and themes, but the simplistic manner of frameless shower doors is so versatile that they fit well with any pre-existing decor. Their streamlined design makes the room feel larger and gives a modern, elegant touch to any bathroom, by removing the harsh appearance of metal framework and lines and replacing them with a seamless, light-filtering look that is the proud focal point of any bathroom. The advantages do not stop at appearance however; since these shower doors eliminate the metal frame of traditional sliding panels, cleaning time and cost of maintenance is reduced. The doors are designed with a silicone edging that ensures a watertight seal so that, when closed, the shower is completely waterproof.


Frameless shower enclosures are fast becoming a virtual standard in many areas outside the home and can be found in places such as luxury hotels and modern gyms, steam rooms and spas, valued for the sense of luxury it gives their customers. With the help of Aluview, you can take this luxury home with you.


Aluview has been at the forefront of this industry, being the first company in South Africa to offer frameless shower enclosures. Their designs are customised to fit specific client requirements, providing quality no matter the model of the shower enclosure. Contact Aluview at to give your home the functional and stunning addition of frameless shower doors.


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This article was published on 2010/09/15