What Makes US Different

✔︎ Reviews – We have over 70 + 5 star reviews between Google, Home Advisor, Angies List, FB, etc. Best rated company in town. Check out our reviews!

✔︎ Licensed – Not all companies are licensed. It is illegal to install shower enclosures without a license in Lee and Collier County. Estero Shower & Glass is licensed through the State of Florida. License # SCC131151713

✔︎ Fully Insured – Not all companies follow the law. This puts customers at risk of serious financial and or legal trouble. We are required to carry several types of insurance to protect our customers and employees: mainly liability and workers compensation. Ask to see the proof of insurance.

✔︎ Warranty – We have the best warranty: 3 years parts and labor!

✔︎ Background Checks – All of our employees undergo background checks to insure you are dealing with honest and safe people in your homes.

✔︎ Debt – We have no debt. Our core belief is that being debt free in business makes the company stronger and more stable.

✔︎ Prescreened through Home Advisor – Winning Best of Home Advisor in 2017.

✔︎ On Time – We’re serious. We give all our appointments 1-2 hour windows. If we are not there between that time, we will call. It’s common courtesy.

What’s so special about us? Estero Shower Glass & Window started with the plan to be a different kind of contractor. A contractor that does what he says, and shows up on time. What an idea! With so many fly-by-night contractors that come and go, we hope to stick out by being honest and earning your trust.

We are a fast growing company located in Bonita Springs. We specialize in residential glass products for remodeling and renovating purposes. We sell our products to the general public as well as contractors. We specialize in Frameless Shower Doors.

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About the Owners

Brian and Rosa live in Bonita Springs and together have 20 years of experience in the glass and construction industry. Brian grew up in the suburbs of Detroit and moved to Bonita Springs in 2007 where he met Rosa. Spending several years working for local companies, Brian decided to gain his contractors license through the state of Florida. Rosa oversees the books and administrative side of the business. Together they have a daughter and enjoy traveling and doing humanitarian work. Brian has been to Kenya with Harvesters International to help film video about digging wells for tribes that lack clean drinking water. Rosa has traveled several times to Costa Rica working with low income families and single mothers to help people climb out of poverty.