Pioneer Glass can help create the shower you desire. 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.
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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 helps… 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.
SHOWERGUIDE THE ENCLOSURE THEGLASS THEDOOR THEACCESSORIES LINE OFPRODUCTS
The popularity of gorgeous shower glass continues to grow, and those who wish to have a corner- or neo-angle (three-sided) shower enclosure do not need to make compromises in beauty.
For a dramatic looking shower, you can add a chipped edge to your heavy glass shower enclosure. A “Chipped Edge” refers to the scalloped edge work on the glass.
Pioneer will provide top-quality etching to help your shower door stand out.
You may not think a simple change could significantly change the look and feel of the unit, but the S-curve adds a dash of personality and pizzazz.
Thin glass shower enclosures allow your bathroom to look spacious, crisp, and modern.
Experience the ultimate in luxury with premium art glass shower enclosures.
Build the shower of your dreams with heavy glass enclosures, configurable for nearly every space
The remarkable new 3/8″ clear glass TruFit enclosure is easy to install in as little as an hour, has lots of adjustment, and can even go on a fiberglass unit.
Similar to our Cardinal Series, without the metal jamb between the door and glass.
The Cardinal S-Curve is a popular option for adding flair and style to a simple slider.
The Skyline series is a bold new take on the sliding door enclosure.
Insulated glass units are traditionally clear and serve the purpose they were designed – energy. We sell a ton of traditional clear double-pane glass units for double hung, picture, arched, and casement windows. But every so often, a customer will ask for something a little different.
The Euro series is tremendously customizable, coming with five trim levels.
Fully framed enclosures with metal al the way around the glass. Fast installation time.
High quality. Reasonable prices. Doesn’t get much better than that, does it? The Cardinal Series are semi-frameless enclosures.
A premium aluminum shower enclosure, the Apollo Series is an elegant, high-end enclosure.
A listing of all heavy glass shower enclosure hardware.
There are many different types of glass you can get in your shower enclosure. There’s pattern glass, colored glass, cast glass pattern, and heavy glass.
Examples of color finish options for a shower enclosure.
Examples of hardware options for a shower enclosure.
Pioneer prides itself on supplying satisfied customers with Cardinal Shower Enclosures.
Today, bathroom appearance is much more important than in the past – and corner showers are used a design element.
Custom mirrors and floor to ceiling glass mirror walls add sleek style and elegance at an affordable price.
As a durable, high-performance product, it delivers sensational protection against anything the world can possibly throw at you.
Woodstock used to be a part of Massachusetts until 1749, when it switched allegiances to Connecticut. Henry C. Bowen, a wealthy native, helped found the Republican Party and founded an anti-slavery newspaper. Many influential Americans summered with Bowen in Woodstock, particularly around his Fourth of July celebrations. Several U.S. Presidents visited to speak on July… Read more »
Thompson, CT is within Pioneer Glass’ service area. Thompson boasts the highest-banked race track in New England and is where the World Series of Auto Racing shows up. It is also the site of one of the worst train wrecks in American history which occurred in 1891 – and is the only one to involve… Read more »