Sleek Custom Sliding Shower Door

Sleek and fashionable sliding/bypass shower doors improve the bathroom, available in framed and frameless options, adding beauty to your area. In-depth customization is welcome.



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Sliding Shower Door

Explore Sliding Shower Door Models

Explore our premium sliding shower doors, which include single, and double sliding shower doors, corner entry showers, quadrant sliding shower doors, and so on.
Thickness (mm):8mm/10mm
Thickness (mm):6mm
Thickness (mm):10mm
Thickness (mm):8mm-10mm
Thickness (mm):8mm/10mm
Thickness (mm):8mm/10mm

Design Overview

1. Tough Stainless Steel Headers

High-quality stainless steel 304 headers and rollers prevent rust, chips, or scratches, as well as stabilize the overall shower door structure.

2. Low-noise Rollers

Low noise (about 40dB) and smooth roller designs are available. Our rollers use 304 stainless steel and high-density POM to ensure durability.

3. Multifunctional Handles

Sliding shower doors are equipped with handles, both inside and outside the shower room. They can also serve as bars for hanging clothes and towels.

4. Auto Magnetic Opening & Closing

A broad range of magnetic PVC seals can be customized based on your doors’ needs, making every sliding is low-noise and functional.

Trustworthy Features that Promote Business

Effective Use of Space

Different from the pivot or hinged shower doors, sliding shower doors are designed to open and close in a vertical line, effectively making use of a smaller space.

Modern & Seamless Apperance

Sling shower doors are favored by many clients for their seamless design, which is more compatible with modern interior design, making the room feel bigger and brighter. Framed types are also available if you have more traditional customers.

Flexible Panel Designs

Different from the pivot or hinged shower doors, sliding shower doors are designed to open and close in a vertical line, effectively making use of a smaller space.

Stable & Strong Structure

Stainless steel header of the shower doors ensure both structural stability and functional feasibility.

Key Advantages of Sliding Shower Door

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Sliding shower doors do not require the extra space for door swing, so they are a great option for smaller bathrooms or shower spaces as it can save bathroom space.
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Sliding shower doors are accessible and easy to use, particularly for individuals with mobility impairments or seniors.
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Sliding shower doors come in a variety of styles and designs, appealing to a broad range of tastes and preferences. They can add to the overall aesthetic appeal of a bathroom.


Sliding shower doors are durable, scratch-resistant, and easy to maintain, meaning they remain functional long after installation and are easy to clean.

Other Types of Sliding Shower Door

Sliding Bathtub Door

1. Designed specifically for bathtubs, providing a sliding mechanism to access the tub area.
2. Offer a space-saving solution, as the doors slide rather than swing open.
3. Can enhance the appearance of the bathroom while providing a functional barrier.

Frameless Sliding Shower Door

1. Provide a modern and elegant look without visible frames or hardware.
2. Made of thick tempered glass, which is sturdy and easy to clean.
3. Offer a sleek and minimalist aesthetic, creating a spacious and open feel in the shower area.

Framed Sliding Shower Door

1. Constructed with a visible frame made of aluminum or other materials.
2. Provide structural support and stability with the frame acting as a border around the glass panels.
3. Generally more affordable compared to frameless sliding shower doors.

How to Keep Sliding Shower Door Clean & Shiny

1. Mix a cleaning solution: Mix equal parts of white vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

2. Spray the solution on the door: Spray the cleaning solution on the inside and outside of the sliding shower door, making sure to cover all areas.

3. Let the solution sit: Let the cleaning solution sit on the door for a few minutes to allow it to break down any soap scum or hard water stains.

4. Scrub the door: Use a non-abrasive scrubber or sponge to scrub the sliding shower door, paying special attention to any areas with buildup.

5. Rinse the door: Rinse the door thoroughly with warm water, making sure to remove all the cleaning solution.

6. Dry the door: Use a squeegee or a microfiber cloth to dry the door, making sure to remove all the water droplets.

7. Polish the door: Use a glass cleaner or a mixture of water and rubbing alcohol to polish the door and make it shine.

Sliding Shower Door vs. Hinged Shower Door

FeatureSliding Shower DoorHinged Shower Door
StyleModern and sleek, with a minimalist lookTraditional and classic, with a more ornate look
CleaningEasier to clean as there are no hinges or tracks to cleanMore difficult to clean as there are hinges and tracks to clean
InstallationEasier to install as there are fewer moving partsMore difficult to install as there are more moving parts
CostGenerally less expensive than hinged shower doorsGenerally more expensive than sliding shower doors

How to Measure for a Sliding Shower Door

1. Measure the width and height

Use a tape measure to measure the distance between the walls at the top and bottom of the shower opening, along with the height from the top of the shower sill or threshold to the top of the wall. Measure in multiple places for both width and height, and use the smallest measurement respectively.

2. Check for level and plumb

Use a level to check the walls where the door will be installed and ensure they are plumb and level. If the walls are out of plumb or level, adjustments may be required during installation.

3. Account for hardware and frame

Consider the size of the frame and hardware, which will be added to the overall dimensions of the sliding shower door. Ensure the measurements account for these components to prevent issues during installation.

4. Double-check before ordering

Before ordering from a sliding shower door manufacturer, double-check the measurements to ensure accuracy.