Custom Frameless Shower Enclosures

At Dick’s Rancho Glass, we specialize in installing custom frameless glass shower enclosures. Everything from a single frameless shower door to a multi-panel steam shower with operable transom, we can fabricate and install custom glass and hardware to complement your bathroom design.

Come in to one of our glass showrooms–we will be pleased to show you how the new shower glass can enhance your style.


When choosing your shower enclosure glass, Dick’s Rancho Glass ensures that the right type of glass is installed for your needs and that you will have a flawless surface for many years.

The frameless shower gives a modern and open look to your bathroom by removing most of the metal frame around the shower glass. Most frameless units use a 3/8 “or 1/2” glass. With design options that are too numerous to list, frameless shower structures can add simple elegance or sophisticated architectural appeal to a bathroom.

Check out our frameless glass shower brochure.

Configuration Options:

Our expert glaziers have decades of experience installing frameless shower enclosures of all different configurations. Here are some examples of the different configurations that are possible:

Shower Door Drawing DPROAB
Shower Door Drawing Neo
Shower Door Drawing DrNP

See our extensive gallery of frameless shower enclosures for real examples of frameless showers installed by Dick’s Rancho Glass.


Concerned about costs? Don’t be: Bathroom upgrades offer one of the greatest returns of investment on your home and frameless glass shower doors actually work out to be less expensive than framed shower doors, in the long run. They are more durable than framed shower doors and can easily be cleaned to like-new condition. Thus, they hold their look and value for years. So, whether you plan to sell your home in the near future or years down the line, you can likely expect a partial return on investment* on your frameless glass shower enclosure.

As these frameless showers have increasingly been recognized as a stylish, innovative trend in home design, architects have begun incorporating them into their new construction projects, and homeowners have been updating their existing bathrooms to keep up.

*According to Remodeling Magazine’s 2017 Cost vs. Value Report, the Pacific region average rate of return is 75 percent. Translated, that means that if you spend $10,000 to update your bathroom, you can recoup, on average, $7,500 when you sell your house.

See more details in shower glass styles and shower pull handles and hardware styles.

For more frameless shower options and to see our quality in person, we invite you to visit one of our two glass showrooms:
Dick’s Rancho Glass Sacramento at 2900 ROUTIER ROAD
Dick’s Rancho Glass Fair Oaks at 5349 SAN JUAN AVE.