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An inline frameless shower is comprised of a shower opening that has three walls and one "inline" opening space. Any combination of glass doors and panels used to enclose the shower space will be fixed side-by-side (or at 180 degrees).
A double sliding shower door combination is the most common inline shower opening, especially for contractor-grade bathrooms. However, the homeowner has many choices today to customize an inline frameless shower enclosure.
When planning your shower design, keep in mind that Building Code Requirement IRC P 2708.1 (2000 edition) states that all hinged shower doors must open outwards. Hinged shower doors that swing inwards only are not permitted by code.
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Glass is cut to size and all sides are polished to a smooth high polish finish and if side hinges are being used, a mickey mouse cut is carefully cut into glass to hold the hinges and glass together. Depending on the size and location of the handle, a pull knob or a grab bar with various holes are drilled into the glass to provide for anchorage. See all available glass works options.
We know that any remodeling project can seem a bit daunting, so we've put together some pointers for making the planning process easier and ensuring the installation process goes as quickly and smoothly as possible.
The ClearShield System is the perfect solution to protect your brand new glass shower or glass bath enclosure. ClearShield not only protects, but maintains your glass, for that beautiful dazzle.
With ClearShield, your glass stays looking new, resists stains, dirt, and discoloration, resulting in a glass shower that's easier to clean.