Frameless sliding shower doors – Unlike the sliding glass doors of the conventional shower that move along a closed track in a frame, frameless sliding glass doors shower made without the frame. This offers a much more streamlined look around your office and shower and makes cleaning the tub or shower too easy since no clue where water can accumulate and debris can be trapped. The installation of these shower doors is a bit more complicated than their counterparts framed but is well within the means of the owner-it-yourself.
Frameless sliding shower doors, measured from the top edge of the bath or shower to the wall on either side of the tub or shower, to match the height of the shower doors. Mark this measurement on the wall with a pencil. Take the supports for the head of the sliding doors and place it against the wall at the marked location. Mark the location of the mounting holes of the bracket bolts on the wall.
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Frameless sliding shower doors, drill holes in the marked locations and mount insert wall anchors. Use the anchors provided with doors or recommended by the manufacturer. Since the anchors support the track, which supports the doors themselves, it is important to bear weight. Mount the brackets on the wall anchors with the hardware provided. Snap the head assembly on the wall brackets. Place the glass doors on the track. Glue the doorposts provided with doors on the walls on either side.