Loading, Please Wait...

CST: 21/07/2019 18:11:25   

Rex Glass offers a first of its kind shower enclosure with an all glass header

117 Days ago

The Invisislide, a Modern, Unique Solution

PITTSBURGH, March 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Rex Glass & Mirror introduces new, one of kind shower enclosure, the Invisislide.  Featuring double sliding doors and the only all low iron glass, tempered, laminated header, the Invisislide requires almost no metal.  The Invisislide is a stunning product that has a place in any home.

Whether you wish for unencumbered vistas of your property or simply desire a sleek all glass look in your shower, the Invisislide will exceed your expectations. An attractive, standard towel bar, recessed pull combination, in chrome, brushed nickel, or oil rubbed bronze, allows users seamless access to their shower.  The header includes three pieces of 3/8” low iron glass, tempered and laminated using a structural interlayer between each piece of glass.  This unique header system allows for the metal matching rollers to move smoothly when opening and closing either door. 

The elite construction elements allow for customization for almost any space.  The Invisislide is available for installation on bathtubs as well as in tiled showers.  A return panel can even be added if the space requires it. Bypassing, sliding shower doors have been a functional option for homeowners for decades.  There is no compromise on style.

The Invisislide is the newest and most innovative shower enclosure on the market.  Its versatility, style and function puts it in a class all its own. 

Rex Glass & Mirror is a family owned and operated business specializing in custom glass and mirror projects, operating in Western Pennsylvania.

Contact:
Sandy Rectenwald
Phone Number: +1 412 921-7777
Email: sandy@rexglass.com 

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/cc3a2f33-b77f-418a-b9e0-3a010a54f39a

 

Is your business listed correctly on America’s largest city directory network of 1,000 portals?