Bathtub Door Type
Bathtub Sliding Doors
Bathtub sliding doors offer space-saving benefits and enhance the aesthetics of a bathroom. They provide easy accessibility and effectively contain water within the tub area, reducing cleanup and slip hazards. Overall, they are a practical and convenient choice for maximizing bathroom functionality.
Bathtub Hinged Doors
Bathtub hinged doors offer easy accessibility and a wide opening, allowing for convenient entry and exit from the bathtub. They provide enhanced ventilation in the bathroom, promoting better air circulation. Additionally, hinged doors facilitate easier cleaning and maintenance compared to sliding doors.
Frame VS Frameless
Frame: Durability, cost-effectiveness, water tightness.
Frameless: Aesthetics, easy cleaning, design flexibility.
1/4 inch: Suitable for smaller shower enclosures or if budget is a concern.
5/16 inch: Falls between 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch, providing a slightly thicker option.
3/8 inch: A popular choice offering a good balance of safety, durability, and aesthetic appeal for most shower enclosure sizes.
Clear VS Frost Glass
Clear Glass: Offers maximum visibility, creates a bright and open atmosphere.
Frosted Glass: Provides privacy while allowing natural light, hides water spots and smudges, easier to maintain and clean.
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Fantastic purchase! I installed it myself and it came out perfect. It’s so pretty. It’s incredibly sturdy and high quality for a reasonable price. Couldn’t be happier and I’ll use again!
I recently purchased a fixed shower door and I must say, it has completely transformed my bathroom! The sleek design and transparent glass brought a modern, chic look that makes the bathroom visually pop.
Totally great item, it was exactly what I was looking for. Quality is top notch shipping was fast thought that was Taylor yeah
Arrived super fast, very well packaged. Super simple to install even by yourself as I did. Hardware for wall rails are junk (as other people mentioned) but I installed vertical 2x4s before Durock so used my own screws. Just note you'll most likely need to cut bottom & top rails but very simple especially if you use a miter saw. Anyone with half a brain can do this. Works excellent and live the look. Do a good job caulking, matters the most!