I have two competing contractors to install shower glass. One suggest
mitering the corner where two panels of glass meet at the 90 degree
angle. The other says that it's not a good idea because it won't look
What do you think?
I'd like to see how it looked, a sample would be nice. Doesnt seem like it
would be a big deal to have him make up a sample. Wondering how strong a
joint it would be, probably the same. Guess I'm just use to seeing a butt
joint in this application. How much more for the miter?
"You can lead them to LINUX
but you can\'t make them THINK"
For terminal klutzes like me, frameless glass shower stalls (or even
doors) are out of the question, period. I realize the tempered glass
makes gravel, not knives, when you break it. But those panels cost a
fortune to replace, and take weeks to get installed. I don't want the
glass to be a structural element, I just want it to ride in its nice
shock-absorbing gasket, repelling water.
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