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Automated Door Systems are systems that power doors to open automatically, usually by sensing an approaching person.

Automated doors come with a variety of options, they can be swinging doors or sliding doors. They can have weight sensors under the floor in the approach to the door or they can have motion sensors placed above the doors to sense approaching users. They can be glass, they can be aluminum, they can even be wooden or plastic.

What makes an Automated Door System by definition is that the way the door opens is automated and not controlled manually. Automated Doors can have a number of uses and applications, such as in hospitals, shopping centers, airports, and offices – wherever you want an automatic door experience.

No matter whether you want swinging door automation or sliding door automation, Glass R Us can provide the solution. Easy to install, made from the highest quality materials, and built to last.

Balustrades are panels that provide a barrier or fence, sometimes with supporting posts (balusters). They are typically used on balconies, staircases, terraces, or decking areas.

They can be made from several materials, including wood, chrome, and stainless steel, but it is the glass balustrade – frameless in particular – that the majority of homeowners are now opting for. While their primary purpose is usually as a safety barrier, glass balustrades are increasingly used to add sophistication and a contemporary style, both indoors and outdoors.



Well-chosen and fitted glass balustrades look stunning. They create a sleek look; their clean lines and transparent borders allowing uninterrupted views of your room or garden.


glass can be used as an effective windbreaker on a balcony or decking area without impeding your view of the garden.


Glass balustrades can be fully framed, partially framed, or frameless. You can choose from a range of glass colors and types, such as tempered, textured, curved, frosted, or patterned. They are available with or without a handrail and can be fixed using posts or a channel


Unlike wood or other materials, glass is easy to clean and maintain. You simply need a glass cleaner and cloth to keep it looking fantastic all year round. Even if you should damage or scratch your glass balustrade, polishing can restore it to its original beauty, which is a major advantage over metal or wood alternatives.


Modern glass is extremely resilient. While wood requires regular staining and can corrode over time, glass ages slowly and any slight changes are barely noticeable to the naked eye. Glass balustrades can last for decades, retaining the beauty they had when they were first installed.

Safe: As well as being strong, today’s technology makes it possible to make an extremely safe glass. Thick, tempered safety glass can withstand any conditions and is very difficult to break. Even in the unlikely event that it did break, it would not shatter into sharp shards.

The frameless glass partition is a modern substitute for the conventional drywall structure. In small spaces, the glass wall is indispensable for creating the maximum opening in the limited area. Another huge advantage of glass partitions for homes and office spaces is their ability to transmit natural light, which in turn saves you money and contributes to the hospitable and light ambiance in the building.

The possibility of combining with sliding or swinging glass doors offers you a choice and allows to take into consideration the configuration of the space. In addition, door hardware varies and can correspond to the needs of the customer – from the minimalistic ceiling or wall mounted sliding tracks to heavier door rails providing extra safety. Moreover, one of the chief advantages is the price range. This cost-efficient solution will be within the budget of small businesses, larger corporations, and studio apartment owners. Glass partitioning looks luxurious but surprisingly does not cost a fortune.



Clear and unobstructed view
Absence of visible boundaries
Unsurpassed visual appearance
The versatility of implementation options
A wide selection of hardware finishes available

Shower enclosures come in three shapes: quadrant, square, and rectangle. Shower doors may be left-handed or right-handed. While most shower enclosures have a tray at the bottom, there are styles that make use of floor tiles. Although a shower enclosure is defined as one or more panels enclosing a shower area, some models do not have doors.

There are plenty of shower enclosure designs and configurations to choose from. Your decision will depend on the size and design of your bathroom as well as your style preference.




The quadrant shower enclosure is designed to fit right into the corner of your bathroom or en suite. Its curved frontage is ideal for tight spaces and offers a cool, modern look.

If your bathroom has limited space, then a quadrant shower enclosure is a great choice. The sliding shower doors provide you with more room to customize. Quadrants are the most popular choice for average-size homes.


If space permits, square shower enclosures offer a stylish and modern look. Because the shape is a perfect square with no curves, you have more options when it comes to doors and frames.


If space is not an issue, go big! Rectangle shower enclosures are ideal for those who demand plenty of freedom in the bath.


Framed enclosures are traditional and economical, and they sometimes sacrifice aesthetics for functionality. Instead of brass or bronze frames, why not try a chrome finish for a sleek look.


Frameless shower enclosures are a staple in contemporary bathrooms. The minimalist look allows light to pass through for a spacious and airy feel.

The shower door is made of a single glass panel that pivots out into the room. The glass is easy to clean and maintain – even more so if it has a baked finish that repels soap scum and water spots.


Hinged shower doors are minimally styled for an open and airy feel. They are similar to pivot doors except the door is held by hinged joints instead of pivoting pins. This provides a much wider entrance space for those with accessibility needs. A chrome handle bar completes the ultra-modern designer look.


If your bath space does not have room for a swing door, a sliding enclosure is your best choice. Sliding doors are customizable to any shower design, with plenty of space for bathroom fixtures.


Frosted glass is a favorite option for those who value privacy. However, textured glass is now becoming a popular alternative with its zen-like appeal. Water that’s dripping down the glass enhances those textured lines, creating a spa environment. Textured glass also makes the shower look bigger.


In homes where the bathroom is really small, a common solution is to combine the tub and the shower. The tempered hinged glass keeps water inside while allowing you to reach the fixtures.