Everyone knows that kitchens and baths sell houses. But once a homeowner moves in, marrying functionality and design can be a challenge in those two spaces. “In the past the purpose of a shower door was just to keep the water from splashing out,” says Russell Dagenais, marketing director for Fleurco Products Inc., a manufacturer of glass doors in Montreal, Quebec. “Now bathroom design can be both aesthetically and ergonomically pleasing.”

More choices mean it is more important than ever for homeowners to talk to an expert. A family business, Custom Glass Works of North Carolina specializes in designing, repairing, installing, and maintaining glass and mirror products for its clients in the Charlotte area.

O wner Georgia Droppelman explains, “Asking the right questions will get a solution that’s best for each homeowner.” Before installing a shower enclosure, Droppelman asks, “How tall are the individuals that will be using the shower? Where will the faucets be placed? How often will it be used? Could privacy be an issue? How long are you planning to live in the home?…”

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To see their selection of glass and hardware options, visit Custom Glass Works at 2000-F W. Morehead Street or call 704-597-0290 or visit www.customglassofnc.com.

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