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Sliding Showerdoor

Thick glass panels have no frames.


showerdoorDifferent options are available according to your test and budget. The unique design features make this your first choice. Sliding doors combine well with larger showers and enclosures. The door slides along the length of the enclosure, so is space saving. Sliding Doors can also be used alone or with panels. If you are looking for reliable sliding door, then you have reached the right place. We have a huge choice available that offer a variety of styles, sizes and glass thickness.


The door you select should match the height and width of your shower’s opening. If the enclosure area is new, do not take any measurements until the enclosure is complete and the walls are finished. Material on the wall, such as backer board with fiberglass, acrylic or tile, can reduce the wall-to-wall width by as much as one inch on each side.

Accurate measuring is essential to ensure a proper fit—always measure twice for accuracy. Follow these steps to determine the measurements for thesliding shower doors.

Measure the Opening Width

Determine the distance from wall to wall at the top and bottom of the opening. The measurement should be to the nearest 1/16th of an inch. If these differ, select a door using the larger width for a sliding door or the smaller width when selecting a pivot door.

Measure the Opening Height

Determine the distance from the top of the tub edge or shower base to the top of the wall unit or tile wall where you want the door to be located. Measure vertically at both sides. The measurement should be to the nearest 1/16th of an inch. Select a door with a height less than or equal to the smallest of these measurements.