Showers

Add value to your home for years to come

A Great-Looking Shower is the Perfect Way to Accent Your Bathroom’s Decor

Let us help plan your new luxury bathroom, whether it’s a simple enclosure or a more spacious room-sized shower area. We offer distinctive designs, innovative features, and a wide selection of inventory to realize your dream bathroom.

Contact us today to discover all of your options to take your shower from ordinary to extraordinary. Call 808-833-1111 or email us at customerservice@akamaiglass.com or text message us today at 808-306-7222!

We are licensed and insured.

Let us help with your special project with high quality mirrors and other glass!

Call

808-833-1111

Text

808-306-7222

FAX

808-834-6177

Email

CustomerService@AkamaiGlass.com

License C-23775

Akamai Glass shower door
Akamai Glass shower door
Akamai Glass shower door
Akamai Glass shower door

Know What to Measure for Your Enclosure

We can measure your bathroom’s dimensions and draw a sketch, leaving a 24 inch clearance in front of the enclosure for safety.

For simple sliding tub enclosures we’ll need measurements across the top and the height from the tub to the top of the tile.

With a simple hinged shower door, we will measure both width and opening height. Federal building codes require the door to open outward.

If you are looking for a luxurious hotel-like quality, then a heavy glass shower is your best bet. Please give us a call at 808-833-1111 or text us at 808-306-7222 or email CustomerService@AkamaiGlass.com and we’ll help to plan and budget in advance. The latest colors and designs are at your feet.

Keep These Things in Mind When Planning for Your New Enclosure

  • Look at your plumbing fixtures’ material and color so we can match them for you
  • Consider your options for glass thickness and pattern, such as clear, rain, or obscure
  • Think about which direction the door will open, to the left or to the right
  • Is there a place to hang your towel within 12 inches or do you need a towel bar?
  • Do you need to think about handicap accessibility?
  • Do you want a framed door or a frame-less door that uses thicker glass for support?