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Shower Enclosures FAQ

Creative Space Shower Doors and More Shower Doors and Enclosures FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the difference between a framed shower door and a frameless shower door?


  • Framed shower doors are the most common option, as they are the traditional route and typically low cost. Frameless doors provide a modern and sleek look, with a 1/4 inch gap around the door.
  • You need to consider what works best for shower size and bathroom overall measurements.


How do I clean my shower enclosure?


    • Clean spots on the doors and walls often.
    • Dry shower after use on a regular basis.
    • Apply glass cleaner to the surfaces that need it.
    • Clean the shower glass with quality glass cleaners.


Can I get a towel bar installed on my shower door?

Yes you can. Ask our expert staff about recommendations.

What shower door accessories can be installed with my new shower enclosure?

Handles, Knobs, Towelbars, Hooks and most other accessories can be installed for your new shower enclosure.

Can a Creative Space Shower Doors & More designer help me with the design process?

Yes. If you have a design idea in mind for your shower or bath, we can walk you through the process and help your vision come to life. Or, if you need someone to look at your bathroom space and recommend designs and products, we can do that too. Give one of our design experts a chance to give your shower a wonderful new modern feel.

Is there a Creative Space Shower Doors & More showroom I can visit for ideas and advice?

Yes, our showroom is located at 226-R Russell St. on Route 9 in Hadley, MA. At our showroom you’ll find window treatments, storage and closets, shower doors & more!

My walls in the bathroom are uneven, will that be a problem?

No, we can design shower enclosures to fit into the space of your bathroom, however, shower doors must be up against a vertical wall or glass in order to prevent leakage.

Should I install a curb on the bottom of my shower enclosure?

It’s not required to have a curb on the bottom of the shower’s door enclosure. We do recommend including a curb as it helps prevent leakage and mold from developing.