We provide glass hardware, supplies, and other accessories to glaziers and installers. We’ve seen the kinds of problems that can arise on a worksite, so we stepped in to help. Installing inline frameless shower doors shouldn't be a schedule-disrupting event. Now, you can make sure that all of your shower door installations go as smoothly as possible and you maximize your profits.
A shower enclosure with glass panels that you install without metal frames shouldn’t be a big deal. But scrabbling for hardware, finding pieces with mismatched colors, or leaving the site to get what you need can derail your workflow. We get it. There’s not much hardware involved, but everything still needs to be all in one place. Frameless shower doors are part of the popular minimalist trend. We aim to keep delays minimal, too.
Frameless Shower Doors: Looks Simple, But It's A Pro’s Job!
A traditional in-line frameless shower door has one fixed panel and a wall-mounted swinging door. You’ll typically use three glass clips to secure the fixed panel, have two hinges for the swinging door, and a pull handle. That’s six pieces of hardware, not counting screws or anchors.
You’ve probably experienced ordering the hardware for this kind of job bit by bit, and somehow never being left with a full set at the bottom of your bins. When you’re at the job site, you might have come up short on hardware. Maybe the new guy forgot how to count, or thought you only needed two clamps per shower. Or, perhaps someone didn’t notice the difference between chrome and brushed nickel when picking out the set for you.
We understand how annoying that can be.
Leave all of that bother behind. IGT Glass Hardware has pioneered The Box, the all-in-one shower hardware kit that ensures you’ll never scramble for parts again. With The Box, you can see every piece of hardware at once, settled neatly in one compact (recycled!) cardboard package.
Imagine your client watching you install their shower door, eager to see how good the bathroom will look when you’re finished. Would you rather dig through the piles of mess supplies...or whip out The Box?
Your client will surely be more impressed with the tidy, organized appearance of a boxed kit of hardware, thus reflecting on your company's professionalism. It makes you look prepared, efficient, and on top of your game. Making a great impression on your client leads to better satisfaction, more referrals, and a better industry reputation.
What Colors Does The Box Have?
At first, the hardware in The Box only came in our two most popular finishes: chrome and brushed nickel. We then extended the finish options to Chrome, Brushed Nickel, Matte Black, Polished Gun Metal and Gold Brush. A gold-tone finish option is coming soon! Stay tuned!5e92