a custom made door important?
A custom fabricated shower or bath enclosure will ensure a proper fit, an easier
installation and it will help prevent leakage. Not to mention that
you design the door you want based on the style and metal/glass
of door(s) are available?
The style of door depends on the opening size and materials used
in fabricating your shower/tub opening. We offer three basic types
of enclosures: framed enclosures, semi-frameless enclosures and heavy glass enclosures. Each is offered
in several styles based on the opening size & configuration
of your shower/tub.
metal and glass options do I have?
Your possibilities are endless. With over 20 glass options and 16
different metal color choices, you can combine both to create a bath or shower enclosure that will compliment your bathroom décor.
the most commonly used glass?
Clear glass is the most popular selection made today. It allows
you to showcase your shower and create the illusion of a larger
bath, allowing the eye to travel thru the glass into the shower
area. Clear glass works particularly well with the frameless and
heavy glass enclosures, giving the door more of a “frameless”
appearance. A wide variety of pattern glasses are also available
to add a decorative touch to the bathroom. Pattern glass will obscure
your view into the shower hiding soaps, shampoos, toys and build
Can I install the shower
All our bath and shower doors are measured and fabricated by experienced craftsman.
A properly measured and fabricated bath or shower enclosure should install relatively
easy, depending on the door style, difficulty of the layout and
design. While a single door or sliding tub enclosure will be less
difficult to install than a corner enclosure, we still recommend
using an experienced installer. Bath and shower doors installed by Wisconsin Shower
Door come with a 1-year warranty against leakage and 5 year warranty
I keep my shower door clean?
Manufacturers tend to shy away from answering "What is the
best cleaning product?" That is because there is no good answer.
Bathroom cleaners tend to be corrosive and toxic substances.
To ensure a long lasting finish, wipe down your bath or
shower enclosure after every use. This can be done with a squeegee
or a towel. Many cleaners labeled "for use in bathrooms"
can damage the metal finish or scratch the glass of an enclosure.
The key is to understand the type of cleaners to use and to avoid.
A short list of cleaning agents that should be
avoided, because they either damage the metal or scratch the enclosure,
- Vinegar or vinegar based products
- Bleach or bleach based products
- Abrasive or soft abrasive powders and liquids
- Steel or Teflon pads
When using a cleaner, be sure that
any overspray falling on the metal of your enclosure is rinsed off
thoroughly and dried.
Once the bath or shower enclosure has been thoroughly
cleaned, Invisible Shield surface protectant should be applied.
It works well on glass, porcelain, ceramics, fiberglass, chrome,
stainless steel, formica, marble, anodized aluminum, and other hard
to maintain surfaces throughout the home. Invisible Shield is long
lasting, and repeated use of the product will not discolor surfaces
and will not crack, peel, or build up.
With minimum maintenance and proper
cleaning, your bath or shower enclosure will provide you with years of beautiful
products are offered?
We are one of largest Southeastern Wisconsin custom fabricators
of flat glass. Glass is available in 1/8” thru 3/4”
with a polished or beveled edge. We can fabricate to your exact
size and/or pattern, or choose from one of our stock or standard
items. Vanity, dressing or decorative mirrors are available in a
variety of styles & sizes. We also carry a line of cleaning
products to help you keep your glass and mirrors streak free.
Where is Wisconsin Shower Doors' located and how
do I get there ?
We are located in Southeastern Wisconsin at :
· N85 W13780 Leon Road, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
· Our Phone number is (262) 251-0088
· Our Fax number is (262) 251-0718
· Our Showroom hours are Monday through Friday 8 am - 5 pm
· To find out how to get to Wisconsin Shower Door. Click
Here Directions Page.