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The glass door shower handle is a standard feature of frameless shower doors. It is designed to open and close the pivoting door without a lever or a hand grip. Framed shower doors usually use a bracket that slides into a hole in the frame. While frameless glass doors often have predrilled holes for mounting hardware, some have multiple mounting options. Depending on the size of the glass door, it may be easier to use a hammer and nails to remove the old handle.
Safety glass is also an important consideration when installing a glass door. Tempered glass undergoes a fast cooling process that makes it much safer than annealed glass. It is easier to break and is less sharp than annealed. However, the safety benefits of tempered are worth a few extra bucks. Choose a handle that matches your bathroom's style and decor, and you'll have a functional, stylish shower.
Glass door shower handles have a variety of types and styles. For example, frameless glass enclosures are made of clear tempered-glass, and they are the most expensive of all. But if you'd rather install a shower handle, you can choose a different style and make sure it matches the rest of the bathroom. You can even add a mirror if you'd prefer a glass door instead of a frameless one.