Please select one of the diagrams below that most closely resembles the layout of your shower.
A single shower door will accommodate most openings, please keep in mind that single shower doors would accommodate openings that range between 24" to 33" wide.
Inline shower doors are used in situations where the opening to the shower area is in a single straight line and normally wider than 33". In these cases we use a single glass shower door combined with a glass wall (panel) commonly referred to as a "side light". So for example if your wall to wall opening is 48", we would use a single door that is 28" and a single fixed glass panel that is 20" wide. Larger openings can have multiple side panels.
This is most commonly used in the corner of the bathroom: two glass walls meet at a 90 degree angle to form a square or a rectangle shower enclosure with respect to tiled walls. The door size can vary between 24" to 33" and the rest of the enclosure is made of glass panels that can sit on the floor or a knee wall next to the tub.
The Neo Angle shower enclosures are corner enclosures that have a panel on each side of the door at a 45 deg angle. The door attaches to one of the panels with a 45 deg (135 deg) glass to glass hinge.
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