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What are some companies that install glass doors?

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Some companies that install glass doors are Lowe's, SterlingPlumbing.com, The Home Depot, FramelessShowerDoors.com and ChampionWindow.com. Lowe's offers home installation services to its customers. Before setting an installation date, a company representative performs a home visit and assesses the time and costs of the project. Lowe's then provides a quote and schedules an installation date. As of October 2015, the company stocked glass shower doors from Style Selections and Pittsburgh Corning.

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The Home Depot offers framed or frameless glass shower doors, as well as pivot doors and sliding models. They can customize glass doors with frosted or etched glass. The company provides free in-home installation consultations to customers. The Home Depot also obtains any building permits and helps to coordinate inspections. An electronic project-tracking service allows homeowners to follow the updated progress of an installation project online.

FramelessShowerDoors.com customizes and installs glass doors. Representatives from the company perform in-home estimates and help homeowners choose designs that complement their homes. They take measurements during this consultation to ensure that the custom doors fit properly and do not leak. The company also offers remote installation assistance for homeowners who wish to perform the installation themselves.

ChampionWindow.com manufactures and installs doors, including glass storm doors in full view, venting full-view, mid-view and high-view designs. Its doors are certified to be energy efficient and use UV-resistant glass. All of its storm doors include heavy-duty weather stripping; its Premium Series doors offer beveling and retractable screens. Before installations, a company representative schedules a home visit to take measurements for the factory and estimate the costs of installation. Door installations and clean-up are then performed by a team of technicians.

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