Service is always superior. Pioneer is able to quickly provide a more than reasonable estimate of services and keeps us informed throughout each of our projects. They are able to quickly adapt to our needs and offer solutions to many of our complex projects. Their service level and commitment to customers is something you rarely find any more.
Always a good job with a polite, knowledgeable staff. They always call ahead so you know when to expect them – usually within 30 minutes. None of this “we’ll be there between 9 and 3” stuff. I know I will use them again when the need arises.
I love [Pioneer’s] attention to details, quality and time management. As a shop owner myself, I send my customers to them for everything auto glass. Never have I seen a bad job from them. They always go above and beyond.
With Two Options, You Can Get the French Door Shower Look and Add Some Pizzazz to Your Bathroom! Grid-style shower glass has grown enormously in the last few years. This look embodies the divided light concept found in factory windows. Capable of blending with industrial, farmhouse, and even traditional design concepts, this type of… Read more »
Pioneer Glass can help create the shower you desire. LEARN HOW PRODUCT LINE THE ENCLOSUREEnclosures influence the cost, design, and structure of your new shower experience. The three main types of enclosures are frameless, semi-frameless, and framed showers. LEARN THE DIFFERENCES THE GLASS There are so many options for glass, it’s hard to know where to… Read more »
HEADERS Some shower enclosures require a top header for stability – they do not spoil the look of the shower. Headers are generally used when a glass panel is attached to an adjoining glass door. As the door moves, the glass panel is being asked to carry the weight of the shower door. A header… Read more »
SHOWERGUIDE THE ENCLOSURE THEGLASS THEDOOR THEACCESSORIES LINE OFPRODUCTS When it comes time to determine the type of shower door for your enclosure, there are a few key things to keep in mind. SPACE Swing doors must have clearance to toilets and sinks. Sliding doors will not open sufficiently to work in small shower stalls. Knowing… Read more »